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Posted 28 March, 2024

Cancer is a sneaky beast but every year (in fact it seems like every week at the moment!) treatments get more effective and less toxic.

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Posted 26 March, 2024

It feels as if I’m sending my column in every day but apparently it’s only every week - I guess it’s old age making me think life is flying past far too fast.

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Posted 20 March, 2024

We firmly believe in the benefits of our young people engaging in the arts.

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Posted 19 March, 2024

Frankton Food Rescue Riders may sound like the latest action movie heroes, and well, they are, but theirs is a much more vital role.

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Posted 12 March, 2024

Three Gen-Z teenage digital natives with a passion to enlighten the older generation on all things tech are launching a series of free weekly workshops for the tech-illiterate at Frankton from March 13.

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Posted 11 March, 2024

Sustainable Queenstown’s Slow Fashion Campaign is back!

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Posted 29 February, 2024

Renowned Queenstown sports chiropractor Neki Patel is now one of just nine chiropractors worldwide to sit on the International Federation of Sports Chiropractic (FICS) executive board and heads to a three-day board meeting in Portugal this July.

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Posted 28 February, 2024

Southland on the move – Infrastructure and resource management in the fast lane

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Posted 27 February, 2024

The NZOpen is here again and the very best thing about it is that we can have yoga on the lawn tennis courts at Millbrook instead of in the cramped little fitness room.

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Posted 26 February, 2024

As part of the Aotearoa Bike Challenge, Queenstown women have been telling us why they’re on their bikes.

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Posted 21 February, 2024

Between them they can boast an impressive line-up of academic, sporting, cultural and humanitarian abilities and accomplishments, but they’re a humble bunch too, so Wakatipu High School’s five new student leaders are instead focused on everybody else.

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Posted 20 February, 2024

It’s been my experience in my more than two decades of volunteering, that if you are feeling stuck, underappreciated, or have been told you are not ready to lead that big project or land that coveted promotion at work, it’s time to look outside of your role.

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Posted 13 February, 2024

If you want to know the benefits of “Buddying” ask Big Buddy Siobhan Adcock and her Buddy George Robbie.

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Posted 5 February, 2024

Volunteer South invites anyone involved in recruiting volunteers to join them in February for their Volunteer Engagement workshop.

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Posted 29 January, 2024

After a six-year hiatus, Aspiring Conversations returns to our beautiful backyard from 4-7 April, hosting 14 events across three venues to stimulate the mind and feed the soul.

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Posted 29 January, 2024

The Hill family has donated $90,000 to support the preservation of native wildlife and biodiversity in the region.

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Posted 17 January, 2024

They may be relatively remote from the main urban areas but that hasn’t stopped the Glenorchy community from leading the charge in the southern region with its hugely successful door-to-door community composting programme.

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Posted 7 December, 2023

Desde mi llegada a “Kiwilandia” he atravesado por torbellinos emocionales, desde la euforia al descubrir un país nuevo hasta la tristeza por sentirme distante de mis metas y seres queridos.

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Posted 6 December, 2023

Calling all creatures great and small. Kelvin Heights’ ‘Wildlife Savers’ are armed and ready to rescue - their carefully designed, home crafted posters now delivered to mailboxes throughout their neighbourhood.

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