I am officially plastic bagfree. Well almost.
Displays have been in place this week outside Wanaka, Alexandra and Cromwell supermarkets drawing attention to the role of national organisation Supporting Families as part of the nationwide Schizophrenia Awareness Week.
James Pollard is now eligible to compete in the elite class of downhill mountain biking, after ranking third in New Zealand in the senior men's event.
Several Queenstown community groups and organisations have recently received grants from the Queenstown Inner Wheel Club.
Sport Central's new community educator Jill O'Brien is aiming ‘‘to increase the level of physical activity in the Central Otago region''.
A luncheon marking the 25th anniversary of the Alexandra and districts branch of the Red Cross was a momentous occasion of another sort for 14 of its members.
A cyclemotor rally held for the first time in Clyde during the weekend is likely to be held there again in the future.
Luke Anthony is fascinated with birds but there was little time to put his creativity into practice while working in the Nelson Museum and the Canterbury Museum.
Maurice Middleditch carefully makes his way through the stack of paintings leaning against the wall, each one assigned to an upcoming exhibition.
The sun blazed down on Lake Hayes last Saturday as dozens of boating enthusiasts navigated a course in their Seagull outboard motor-powered dinghies.
Armed with packed lunches, drink bottles, sturdy shoes and a sense of adventure, pupils from Queenstown Primary School headed off on their annual pilgrimage up the Skyline earlier this week.
Despite having only opened at the start of the year, Upper Clutha's newest early childhood education centres already need new staff, as rolls have grown rapidly.