Thursday, September 28, 2023

Two meaty talks

Queenstown's Catalyst Trust is hosting talks on New Zealanders’ perceptions on the economy, and on Asia, tonight, and on Sunday. Tonight, at The Rees Hotel...

Bodybuilders earn NZ call-up

Two Queenstown bodybuilders are representing New Zealand at Oceania champs in Melbourne, Australia, next month. Audrey ‘Drey’ Tendron, 33, and Megan Duncan, 32, belong to...

Something different’s brewing at roastery

A new Queenstown coffee roastery is boasting it’ll have New Zealand’s first ‘‘very environmentally-friendly’’ Probat electric roaster. While waiting for it to arrive, Ryder Specialty...

Salon receives 21st makeover

New era for Blue Kanu

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‘No need for foreign buyer cap’

The Labour government minister responsible for policy settings around foreign buyers argues National’s election policy allowing overseas people to buy $2million-plus residential properties —...

Allen wins big

Homes hit the mark

Salsa Festival to bring the passion

It's time to shake your feathered tails with the third annual Queenstown Salsa Festival, starting tonight. Whakatipu-based Latin dance school Pasion Salsa is again behind...

Bringing colonial villains and vagabonds to life

The band might be called Unsung Heroes, but most of the subjects of their storytelling performances are anything but heroic. It’s the stories of villains,...

Classical maestros’ gallery recital

A chamber music group comprising three distinguished musicians hopes it’ll strike a chord with Queenstowners tomorrow. The Argyle Trio — performing at Thomas Brown Gallery...

Resort gig’s sweet as for these kids

Celebrated DJ/production duo Sweet Mix Kids are looking forward to coming back to their Whakatipu ‘‘second home’’ for gigs this week. Sandon Ihaia and Chris...

Sartorial splendour

Seasoned Queenstown thespian Marty Newell has a touch of nerves. The MediaWorks account manager reckons he’s got to get his lines right in Remarkable Theatre’s...


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