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  • Course pro’s labour of love

    HE might be new in the role, but Ben Taylor’s no stranger to The Hills Golf Club, or its course.

  • NZ-first sushi train

    THERE’S a new high-speed transport option in Queenstown’s CBD, designed for sushi delivery.

  • On yer bike for Matariki

    A MYSTERY twilight bike ride’s being held tomorrow around Queenstown’s Frankton to celebrate New Zealand’s first Matariki holiday.

  • Neutral stance

    QUEENSTOWN mayor Jim Boult (right) says he’s not endorsing any of the people who’ve put their hand up to take his job on.

  • One plucky joiner

    OLD skateboards have been given a new purpose by one Arrowtown woodworker.

  • WHAKATIPU WATCH

    Two roles sought

  • One way to wake you up

    ABOUT 20 brave, if not foolhardy, folk took to Lake Whakatipu last Sunday for the Southern Lakes Swimming Club’s annual winter solstice swim, some not even bothering with wetsuits. Ironically, though, at eight to 10 degrees the water temperature was higher than the air temp. The club started these swims seven to eight years ago.— PHILIP CHANDLER

  • New CBD player

    FOR Flo & Frankie director and founder Chrissy Conyngham, last week saw a dream come true.

  • Two top-10s ‘exceptional’

    TWO young Queenstown distance runners produced head-turning performances at last weekend’s New Zealand secondary schools cross country champs in Nelson.

  • ‘Mana-enhancing’

    SEVENTY Arrowtown School kapa haka performers are due to take centre stage in the village tomorrow afternoon.

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