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Posted 31 October, 2023

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.

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Posted 10 October, 2023

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.

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Posted 2 October, 2023

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’.

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Posted 27 September, 2023

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.

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Posted 19 September, 2023

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.

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Posted 12 September, 2023

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

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Posted 29 August, 2023

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

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Posted 22 August, 2023

In this episode, Outlet Queenstown host Brent Harbour catches up with Shaping Our Future's John Glover to talk about over tourism.

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Posted 15 August, 2023

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.

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Posted 11 August, 2023

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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Posted 8 August, 2023

In this podcast host Brent Harbour chats to Winter Pride festival director Martin King, who tells us what to expect the 10-day event in Queenstown later this month.

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Posted 28 June, 2023

Interviews with WAO's Julia Blackford on the surprising results of its food resilience survey, and with Southern Lakes Sanctuary's Paul Kavanagh on using technology to enhance conservation efforts, including trialling new techniques like environmental DNA and AI monitoring.

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Posted 8 June, 2023

In this Podcast, host Brent Harbour talks to Glen Thurston, from Turn The Corner, about mental health in the construction industry, and to Hayley Furze, who worked four jobs to finally build and own her own home in Wanaka.

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Posted 18 May, 2023

The Outlet podcast host Brent Harbour talks to Gary from KiwiHarvest on the organisation's vital community work

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