Otago Daily Times: Queenstown Lakes

New primary school one option for community consultation

New primary school one option for community consultation

A new primary school for Wanaka will be one of the options considered in community consultation carried out in the town this year by the Ministry of Education.

'Chitty' to go on display at museum

'Chitty' to go on display at museum

''Oh, you pretty Chitty Bang Bang, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, we love you.''

Community good still drives philanthropist

Community good still drives philanthropist

As he prepared for his 70th birthday bash yesterday, Queenstown investor and philanthropist Sir Eion Edgar has good news: ''I'm not slowing down.''

Selling British on virtues of NZ wine

Selling British on virtues of NZ wine

Kiwi Mel Brown moved to the United Kingdom 10 years ago and has been fundamental in importing premium New Zealand wines to Europe with top London-based Kiwi chef Peter Gordon.

Bones found in Kingston probably animal's

Bones discovered in Kingston last night were likely to have belonged to an animal, Queenstown police say.

Skifield plans to open longer

Skifield plans to open longer

The Cardrona Ski Resort is looking ahead to an extra-long winter thanks to $2 million worth of new equipment.

Busy weekend in resort with music, wine, golf

A bumper weekend is on the cards for the Southern Lakes district with two major events expected to attract about 30,000 people.

Most scenic race winner

Challenge Wanaka won the Triathletes' Choice Award for the World's Most Scenic Race at this year's Triathlon Business International Awards in Los Angeles on Wednesday.

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