NZSKI

Chairlift incident brings fine

Chairlift incident brings fine

NZSki Ltd has been fined $27,000 and ordered to pay a total of $47,500 in emotional harm reparation to two people injured at Coronet Peak last August.

NZSki admits health and safety breach

NZSki admits health and safety breach

NZSKI will be sentenced in the Queenstown District Court by Judge David Holderness this morning after yesterday admitting a breach of the Health and Safety in Employment Act 1992, relating to an incident in August last year.

New NZSki chief chosen and will start in August

New NZSki chief chosen and will start in August

A new chief executive has been appointed for NZSki, starting mid-season.

Upbeat ski season outlook

Upbeat ski season outlook

Queenstown's largest employer presented business leaders with a rosy outlook for the 2013 snow sports season last week, with summer projects largely completed, early bookings ''encouraging'' and the resort considered a ''sexy'' winter destination again.

Ski season optimism

NZSki chiefs gave their most upbeat preseason briefing in years to the Wakatipu business community last night.

Software to fine-tune Coronet Peak systems

Software to fine-tune Coronet Peak systems

A new software package to be used at Coronet Peak this season, which opens on June 8, will provide NZSki with data to allow staff to better tune the snow guns - of which there are 213.

Hundreds seek ski jobs

NZSKI has received more than 1400 applications for jobs with the company in the lead-up to the ski season.

Coddington moving on after six years at NZSki

Coddington moving on after six years at NZSki

The launch of a ''global'' business in November awaits NZSki chief executive James Coddington, who yesterday announced his resignation from the company responsible for the Coronet Peak, the Remarkables and Mt Hutt skifields.

Ski area manager role well sought

NZSKI is short-listing and interviewing applicants for the position of Coronet Peak ski area manager, after the departure of long-time NZSki employee Hamish McCrostie in December.

It's onwards and upwards for McCrostie

It's onwards and upwards for McCrostie

Ask Hamish McCrostie about his 32 years with NZSki and its predecessor the Mt Cook Company and pride is a common theme.

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