Wanaka IT entrepreneur and ‘‘I Have a Dream'' charitable
trust chairman Scott Gilmour says non-profit organisations
should be more like businesses.
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.
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).
It is unclear who could have placed a series of road cones on
the top of the arches of the Balclutha Bridge.
‘‘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.
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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