- Sage Publications, Inc.
- Clock ticking for owners
NEARLY three years after Queenstown’s council first sent letters to owners of potentially earthquake-prone buildings, four have been strengthened, one’s been demolished, and work’s under way on three others.
- Locals support cancer patient
IT’S one thing to be diagnosed with breast cancer, but another to be faced with a $120,000 bill because the treatment you need can’t be publicly funded.
- Novice paddlers’ great win
FOUR Whakatipu waka ama crews are making waves at a regional level.
- Signs of hopeReturn to ‘Covid normal’ soon
AUCKLANDERS in Queenstown before Christmas, Australians here early next year, with the rest of the world following on their heels.
- Paving the way for female tradies
BROOKE Thompson was an ‘‘extremely girly girl’’ growing up, and thought she’d end up a doctor or politician.
- Cr ‘Ferg’: ‘Name and shame the joyriders’
QUEENSTOWN’S Jardine Park’s being roughed up by joyriders.
- Another six-month delay for community awards
IN a way, it’s serendipitous.
- Gaelic footy for kicks
QUEENSTOWN’S Gaelic football social league is up and running for another summer.
- Asparagus, feta and quinoa fritters with sriracha dip
- GM of new hotel ‘‘optimistic’’
QUEENSTOWN’S new Holiday Inn Remarkables Park will open early next month.
- Young travellers and the re-imagination of tourismYOURWORD
ILOVE Italy, and have returned no less than five times in the 20-plus years since first visiting as a 24-year-old in the 1990s....
- Moving us towards a regenerative tourism futureYOURWORD
COVID-19 has thrown us into a new world of closed borders, bubbles and health and safety protocols over this past year, and while we’ve all been ‘‘re-imagining’’, ‘‘pivoting’’ and crystal ball-polishing to the best of our ability, the ride will be rocky for some time yet....
- Dining out in hospo-tech world
IT was former Queenstown restaurant Solera Vino that sparked a business idea for Mat Weir....
- Aero club after comeback
NEW Queenstown Airport boss Glen Sowry will have the remnants of the Wakatipu Aero Club on his doorstep soon after he arrives next month....
- Community servant gets a buzz
QUEENSTOWN’S fortunate it attracts many successful people to live here who then contribute so much to the place....
- Good time for comp break
FOR differing reasons, the Arrowtown and Wakatipu Premiers’ rugby coaches are welcoming this weekend’s break in the Central Otago competition, even though 14 players between the two sides will be on rep duty....
- Legend’s fine spell ends
ONE of Queenstown’s favourite characters passed away last Thursday....
- Sexual harm referrals spike during latest lockdown
REFERRALS for sexual harm and family violence have skyrocketed in Queenstown over the most recent lockdown....
- Taking a step up at Sotheby’s
SHE’S never even sold for her company, but you’d hardly find someone happier in their real estate career than Queenstowner Clodagh Hall....
- ‘Grateful beyond words’
TEN months ago, Sapumal Wijenayake told Mountain Scene he’d ‘‘lost everything’’....