Slopestyle riders soared high as the sun set in Queenstown on
Thursday and spectators craned their necks to watch backflips
and other tricks.
It has been decided to remove selected trees from the
The decision on whether to allow a food outlet to operate
from a kiosk housed in a public toilet block could prove to
be Queenstown's snowstorm ahead of the Winter Festival.
Cars have made way for flatspins, can-cans and supermans
which will be performed tomorrow night before a crowd
expected to number 5000.
A public toilet at Millbrook Corner in Arrowtown is expected
to be ready for the next summer sporting season.
Why not make a film shared with others part of your week
during the colder months?
A ''problematic'' dilemma sees rental car companies hiring
cars to tourists who can have little driving experience,
little understanding of New Zealand's roads or who make
blunders such as stopping in the middle of the road to take
The 75-year-old English woman who stole a quilt which was on
display at the Lakes District Museum on Monday, told police
she put it in a rubbish bin after taking it.
New Zealand's honorary consul for the Czech Republic has
handed over ''half his kingdom'' to Glenorchy's Vladka
Cruise on TSS Earnslaw was the perfect setting for
children to enjoy themselves as part of a Child Cancer
Foundation event - and the rain did not dampen spirits of
those on board.
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