Thursday, November 30, 2023

Bring on bidding wars

A fundraising auction in Queenstown this weekend is being opened up to all-comers online. The sold-out second annual Awards & Gala for Women’s Refuge Services,...

Stirring choruses & carols

Wine, dinner & humour

Foursome break new ground

Tourney’s charity pitch pays off

Turning Queenstown Golf Club’s flagship Skyline Classic — first held in 1979 — into a charity event has resulted in a big influx of...

The boys are back in town

Hill climb thrills beckoning

Kiss her putt

Hoteliers scratch 15-year itches

A function last month marked 15-year milestones for three Whakatipu hotel bosses. Mark Rose, chief executive of Queenstown’s The Rees, Jim Moore, GM of Queenstown’s...

From Blue to Green

New events hub onstream

Q’town businesses celebrated

Foursome break new ground

Local real estate agents teaming up in pairs is quite common these days, and there are even some threesomes. However, New Zealand Sotheby’s International...

New franchisee, new showhome

Major parcels on the block

Long-serving DJ goes out with a bang

Queenstown's The World Bar’s hosting its annual Worldstock mini-music festival this weekend — a take-off of the famous Woodstock ‘peace & music’ hippie festival...

Big exposure for young songwriters

Mentored by international touring artist Jackie Bristow, six young songwriters — five Queenstown-based and one from Dunedin — are releasing their debut EP in...

Two-hit wonder gigging in Q’town

Queenstown has Cyclone Gabrielle to thank for legendary English singer-songwriter John Otway performing at Sherwood tomorrow. The 71-year-old, who’s developed a cult following over a...

Bagpipes, AI and the future of humanity

Don't be alarmed if you see an Englishman, sporting a mullet, attempting to play the bagpipes atop a hill — or in the middle...

Six hours of free entertainment

A free chance to lap up many of Queenstown’s top performers including singers, dancers and musos comes with tomorrow's ‘Community Carnival’ outside Remarkables Park’s...


Should the Cemetery Rd cabins be bowled?

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