Central Lakes Trust

Parish centre floor to be repaired

Parish centre floor to be repaired

Work is soon to begin on the floor of one of most used community rooms in Queenstown for the first time in its 107-year history.

Funds for celebration events doubled

Funds for celebration events doubled

A pot of gold containing $400,000 has been given to community organisations and schools which have organised events to celebrate the 150th anniversary of gold being discovered in Central Otago and the Queenstown Lakes districts next year and in 2013.

Grants made ahead of 150th

Grants made ahead of 150th

Some Wakatipu schools and organisations got an early Christmas present this week, with the Central Lakes Trust (CLT) approving more than $95,000 in grants ahead of the region's sesquicentenary next year.

Community House receives $600,000

During the past six months, the Central Lakes Trust has granted nearly $1.9 million to community and charitable projects.

$100,000 boost for arts

Arts was the biggest winner in the latest round of Central Lakes Trust grants.

Trust grants help youth charities

Trust grants help youth charities

Youth trusts were the big winners after the latest round of grants announced this week by the Central Lakes Trust.

Four new faces voted on trust

A mayoress, a former mayor, a Cromwell businessman and a Cromwell horticulture lecturer are the new faces on the Central Lakes Trust.

Big rise in numbers vying for Central Lakes Trust seats

Twenty-two people are standing for the Central Lakes Trust, up from eight three years ago.

Central mayor standing for fourth term

Central mayor standing for fourth term

Central Otago Mayor Malcolm Macpherson says he has some unfinished business to complete so is seeking a fourth term in the role.

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