The 8th Count dance troupe from Upper Hutt in Wellington performs as part of the Festival of Colour in Wanaka on Saturday.
REVIEW: I was struggling to pick favourites from this, Wanaka’s ninth Festival of Colour. Then came Meremere, writes Nigel Zega.
While they may have left their summer home at the Lake Wanaka marina, two larger-than-life grebes materialised at Wanaka Wastebusters at the weekend.
When the "Kerikeri old girls network" hooked Barnaby Olson up with a job in Turkey, little did he know it would provide him with a perfect traveller’s tale.
REVIEW: Carnivorous Plant Society are billed as playing psychedelic jazz, but that doesn’t cover quite what they do, while Silver Stone Wood Bone offered a beautiful way to start the day, writes Nigel Zega.
A community event to celebrate the autumn apple harvest, and with a focus on preserving surplus produce, brought together more than 70 people in Wanaka at the weekend.
Catching slimy longfin eels slithering in the bottom of a boat and bagging them is the hardest part of Contact Energy eel fisherman Tony Hishon’s job.
REVIEW: Wanaka's week for arts aficionados launched with powerful performances from the Royal NZ Ballet celebrating two new works and from Maori collaborators addressing climate change.
The outgoing Festival of Colour director is calling for a performing arts centre in Wanaka so large theatre shows can be part of future events.
Site preparation for the construction of a new two-storey classroom block at Mount Aspiring College has begun.
Old-fashioned police work has led to the identification of a climber who died more than 40 years ago in Mount Aspiring National Park.
Six projects valued at over $70m are delivering new schools, classrooms and refurbished buildings across the Queenstown-Lakes and are helping to ease the pressure of growing rolls in the area, the Education Minister says.
Human remains found in Mt Aspiring National Park have been identified as those of an Australian man who went missing more than 40 years ago.