Olivia Caldwell

Shy raptors getting home improvements

Shy raptors getting home improvements

The Kiwi Birdlife Park morepork enclosure is undergoing an upgrade to bring the shy bird into view for to visitors.

Scott tipped to take fifth Alpine Classic title

Scott tipped to take fifth Alpine Classic title

The Alpine Classic's race director is predicting a fifth win for Pure Black Racing Team cyclist Scott Little on Saturday in the race from Queenstown to Wanaka and back.

Claim party drug not like cocaine

Claim party drug not like cocaine

A powdered drug mimicking cocaine is being sold in Queenstown, but one pill-store owner claims the packaging is just a marketing ploy and the product is harmless.

Central contenders told to get on track for races

Central contenders told to get on track for races

Organisers for tomorrow's Moonshine Trail mountain bike races would like to see more Central Otago contenders enter the event, which is in its sixth year.

Greek flavour for takeaways

Greek flavour for takeaways

A Kiwi twist on a Greek favourite is what owners of Queenstown's newest takeaway arrival are labelling their Greek outlet, Souvalucky.

Entrepreneurs to be entertained at elite club meeting

It is an elite club worth a total of $US138 billion ($NZ164 billion) worldwide, and next week 400 of its members will visit Queenstown to share the secret of becoming an entrepreneurial success.

Concert draws bigger crowd than Highlanders

Concert draws bigger crowd than Highlanders

Organisers of the Gibbston Valley Winery Concert at the weekend are already planning another for next year after a successful day on Saturday, which brought an estimated 14,000 people through the gates.

More creations for Art2Wear

More creations for Art2Wear

Arrowtown Autumn Festivals Art2Wear competition has attracted an impressive 28 entries from locals and afar this year.

Plenty of reminiscing by thousands of fans

Plenty of reminiscing by thousands of fans

Residents and visitors were spoilt for choice and faced with big decisions on the weekend with two of the Queenstown Lakes region's favourite spectating pastimes going head to head - this time around, rugby was not the winner.

Driving club has much to offer

Driving club has much to offer

The Queenstown Car Club is welcoming more members to its growing group and the club's director says it is a good opportunity for learning drivers to join in a safe environment.