Carlos Herrmann has watched futsal in New Zealand rise from
what he said was a couple of hundred players five years ago
to thousands now.
Steps towards the long-awaited $16.7 million Wanaka sports
facility were made yesterday by the newly-elected Queenstown
Lakes District Council.
Seven minutes behind a screen is all that is needed to
transform your average person into a larger-than-life
A local cause will benefit when competitors bare their
art-adorned skin during Queenstown's first tattoo show next
Thunder Jet and sister operation Queenstown Water Taxis are
on a list of the top 50 fastest-growing businesses in New
Zealand, as ranked in the Deloitte Fast 50 indexIt is the
only tourism company to have made the index for 2013.
The new kid on the block, which has been waiting patiently at
the docks since its arrival on Lake Wakatipu in August, is
unable to be launched for its maiden cruise this morning as
It will not be easy for a new building to fill the gap left
in Shotover St - made more obvious on Thursday night when
contractors began to demolish the scorched World Bar - but
planning is under way.
Coronet Peak made a dramatic finish for stage four of the
Tour of Southland yesterday, dragging elite cyclists up the
8km climb from the Arthurs Point Rd turnoff to the NZSki base
Higher standards would result from multiple jet-boat
operators on the Lower Shotover River, a witness for
Queenstown Water Taxis told commissioners yesterday.
Business is booming on Queenstown's waterways - especially
from the point of view of Queenstown Lakes District Council
staff, commissioners and lawyers.
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