Sunday, December 10, 2023

First wild takahē hatch

Greenstone Valley’s first takahē chicks have been born. Department of Conservation media adviser Trish Grant says the two chicks were discovered on November 29, with...

Donation raises the bar

Big growth for garden tour

An hospitable old church

Time to heed call of The Wild

If local knowledge counts, Arrowtowner Benje Patterson and Queenstowner Maureen Stachowicz should be contenders to win the headline 85km race at The Wild mountain...

An hospitable old church

Queenstown's latest hospo venue, which officially opened on Friday at Frankton’s Country Lane precinct, formerly performed service as a church. Relocated earlier this year from...

Old building set to shine

Peak work, peak cost

Lifestyle village livens up

Residents of Arrowtown’s retirement village are rejoicing in their new ‘home away from home’ — a $13 million lodge which was officially opened at...

Foursome break new ground

New franchisee, new showhome

Major parcels on the block

Break-out show for Q’town dancers

A Queenstown adult dance group’s holding its first showcase tonight at Te Atamira. Remarks Dance Crew, set up by artistic director Audrey ‘Drey’ Tendron just...

New venue for up-and-coming talent

A part-time Queenstowner’s turning his Arthurs Point Rd front lawn into an outdoor music venue for ‘Sunday Summer Sessions’. Architect Tony Koia, who owns the...

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...


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