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Advice for non-profits

Advice for non-profits

Wanaka IT entrepreneur and ‘‘I Have a Dream'' charitable trust chairman Scott Gilmour says non-profit organisations should be more like businesses.

Hundreds venture underground to slip zone

Hundreds venture underground to slip zone

While the sun shone in Central Otago over Easter weekend, hundreds ventured underground to tour one of the tunnels used to prevent potential catastrophe on Lake Dunstan.

Bill might regulate shock herb

Bill might regulate shock herb The natural health ingredient believed to have caused an Oamaru woman to go into anaphylactic shock could be covered by legislation ‘‘currently being planned''.

Arrowtown village plan 'appalling'

Arrowtown village plan 'appalling'

The Arrowtown community appears to be split over plans for a proposed retirement village near the township to be considered a Special Housing Area (SHA).

Cones atop bridge’s arches

Cones atop bridge’s arches

It is unclear who could have placed a series of road cones on the top of the arches of the Balclutha Bridge.

Manager’s licence suspended 28 days

Manager’s licence suspended 28 days

‘‘Licensee fatigue'' could have been to blame for a series of incidents that resulted in a Queenstown bar being shut down for five days, the alcohol licensing regulator says.

Craft brewers get up bottle to supply district, beyond

Craft brewers get up bottle to supply district, beyond

An Alexandra craft brewery's move into bottling is part of its plan to stock Central Otago with its beer, before overflowing into areas outside the district.

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