The Arrowtown Autumn festival would not be possible without
its many loyal volunteers.
The proposed Frankton Marina has received a predominantly
positive reaction from submitters to a resource consent
A specialist fire investigator was assessing damage to a
Queenstown hotel kitchen following a fire on Wednesday
A Queenstown Bay skipper is asking the drunks who unlawfully
board his luxury boat an estimated four times a week to
remember the boat is not their property.
Dugald Peters thought to himself if nobody came to his
military-style obstacle course event at Moke Lake ''at least
I'll have an assault course''.
More than $14,000 was raised from an art auction on Friday
evening for the Branches Trust.
Songstars has had pulling power for Jake Channer (left), from
Britain, and Harry James, of Wales.
The biggest development at the Remarkables in its history has
continued through varied summer and autumn weather.
Pupils at St Joseph's School who travel to school by bus are
likely to get shelter from the elements when waiting for the
bus by this winter.
There wasn't much room for walking in the Queenstown Gardens
on Saturday, but there was a lot of room for enjoying some of
the region's finest food and drink.
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