Queenstown's Mayor Glyn Lewers joins host Brent Harbour for a discussion about the fiscal hurdles facing QLDC and strategies to overcome them.
New Zealand Open tournament director Michael Gladding chats with host Brent Harbour on this edition of The Outlet Queenstown podcast.
Wakatipu Community Foundation has a new chair as it targets the ambitious goal of becoming a billion dollar fund.
The Lightfoot Initiatives' Amanda Robinson discusses the Aotearoa Bike Challenge, her own experience with cycling, and the potential that lies in pedal-powered commuting for a greener tomorrow.
Ayrburn will celebrate the Chinese New Year over the next fortnight, bookended by two not-to-be-missed noodle markets.
Queenstown Lakes mayor Glyn Lewers says the council faces penning the “toughest Long Term Plan in its history”, as it struggles with the $800 million blowback of Three Waters.
Brent Harbour talks to mountaineer Lydia Bradey, who in 1988 became the first woman in the world to climb Mt Everest without supplementary oxygen.
Host Brent Harbour talks to Elessa and Krista from Plunket about their community work and programmes, plus they have a fundraising event coming up where your kids can meet Santa in his natural North Pole environment.
Zac Coombs plays the role of Neil Diamond in The Sweet Caroline Tour: A Tribute to Neil Diamond, which is a dream come true.
In this Podcast, host Brent Harbour, talks to Annika from Country Lane, which is nestled on a farm just 5 minutes from Queenstown Airport
Host Brent Harbour catches up with Mark 'Willy' Williams, CEO of Queenstown Trails, the charitable trust responsible for the planning and development of more than 200km of trails in the Whakatipu Basin.
Wao's Monique Kelly talks about this year's festival, which features six days of workshops, kōrero, films, tours and community events later this month, all about creating tangible, long-term social and environmental change.
Wānaka mountaineer Guy Cotter put pandemic lockdowns and travel restrictions to good use by writing his memoir: ‘Everest Mountain Guide – The remarkable story of a Kiwi mountaineer’.
Celebrated Kiwi violinist Benjamin Baker talks about his role as artistic director for the At the World’s Edge Music Festival, bring held in Queenstown from 7-20 Oct.
It's Mental Health Awareness Week. In this episode of the Outlet Podcast Queenstown, host Brent Harbour talks to Headlight CEO Anna Dorsey about the work the charitable trust is doing to support communities to foster mental wellbeing.
Outlet Podcast host Brent Harbour talks to cancer survivor Jake Bailey, who's in Queenstown this week giving free speeches on resilience, ahead of mental health awareness week
Outlet Queenstown podcast host Brent Harbour talks to Samantha Kirk, Chief Operating Officer of the Three Lakes Cultural Trust, on the launch of their fantastic new website Te Wāhi Toi
In this episode, Outlet Queenstown host Brent Harbour catches up with Shaping Our Future's John Glover to talk about over tourism.
In this episode of The Outlet Podcast, host Brent Harbour talks to Amanda Robinson, of the Lightfoot Initiative. They chat about about how Lightfoot came to be, its mission to reimagine transport use and how it advocates for the community.
In a world-first, SYNTHONY is taking to the snow for one breath-taking show at Coronet Peak in Queenstown next Saturday. Orchestra Director Ryan Youens tells all to The Outlet Queenstown Podcast. Listen here or direct on the Queenstown App.
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