Saturday, April 13, 2024

Monopolising Q’town

Queenstown's about to be immortalised. The Queenstown Business Chamber of Commerce is developing a resort version of the Monopoly board game, due for delivery by...

Fathers, sons and neighbours

Two Queenstown entries in this weekend’s prestigious Otago Rally couldn’t be more close-knit. Not only are the two drivers neighbours, but their respective sons...

The end of an Arrowtown era

Two iconic Arrowtown businesses will close in coming months, in part due to the ongoing ‘‘Covid-19 hangover’’. Wallace & Gibbs group, founded by Delvine Wallace...

Hospo empire adds 1876

Change of scene

Hotel rebrand

Remarkable ‘candy woman’

Go-ahead for luxury hotel

A court decision has opened the door for a long-planned luxury hotel on the main road into Queenstown. Auckland’s Shundi Group has battled through a...

CBD landmark on market

A cloudburst of fresh air and enlightenment

Inspirational Southland-born comedian and broadcaster Emma Lange’s faced down some tough challenges in the last 6 years. But she’s living proof of the power of...

A Polish romance

Autumn is always a visual symphony in the Southern Lakes — now a professional Polish-born classical pianist is about to treat our ears as...

Stop, Luke and listen

Singer-songwriter Luke Hurley’s feeling optimistic, which surprises him. The Auckland-based muso’s preparing for a weekend gig at Arrowtown’s The Fork and Tap and says getting...

If you know, you know

New Zealand’s most enduring and influential contemporary dance company is headed back to Queenstown. Footnote is three quarters through a national tour of an electrifying...

Keeping it fluid

Quirky, colourful, funky and free rockers, Genre Fluid, are bringing their high-energy theatrical music to Arrowtown. The duo, Max Duncan and Bo Ade-Simpson, are currently...

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