Sunday, January 29, 2023

Q’town’s champion trailblazer

As the resort this week celebrates the reincarnated Queenstown Bike Festival, trail builder Tom Hey can take pride in how he’s elevated the local...

Fiona’s fizzing

Queenstown triathlete Fiona Gallagher’s buzzing after finishing a better-than-expected fifth-fastest female in her pro debut at last Saturday’s Tauranga Half in Mount Maunganui. In ‘‘stinking...

Ready for an epic Foxhunt

A head for The Hills

Honouring McGazza

New waterfront cafe bound to float your boat

Coffee Afloat isn’t just showboating. Having made the move to Queenstown from Lake Dunstan earlier this month, the floating cafe has big plans to establish...

Habebes now in new hands

Kim’s cleaned up

Move proves its worth

Birdy’s coop is calling

Arthurs Point pad ticks boxes

A property for sale at Queenstown’s Arthurs Point, including a picture framing studio, art gallery and apartment, offers a blank canvas due to its...

Realtor shuts door on career

Filling in Arrowtown’s CBD

$70m sale pending

New agent’s building knowhow

Local talent to roam

Roamers are in for a treat this weekend, as Roam the Valley Wine and Food Festival pairs the best of the region's grapes with...

Promising a remarkable event

Six of New Zealand's top opera stars will perform at one of the world's most dramatic settings in Queenstown next month. The Arrowtown Creative Arts...

Red, red wine in the summer sun

Queenstown will be treated once again to the sweet sounds of live reggae and rock in January, as UB40 returns to the Whakatipu. 'A Summer's...

The journey begins

Emerging from a year of ups and downs, Queenstown's Gina Malcolm's debut single is the beginning of what she hopes is a long road...

Keeping it local

A relaxed, collaborative and spontaneous adventure about sums up the locally-produced, latest music video from New Zealand band Kora. Following the release of their single,...


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