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Posted 11 June, 2024

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Posted 11 June, 2024

Natalie Ferguson and Kristen Lunman’s first mission was to put investing at everyone’s finger tips.

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Posted 11 June, 2024

Work begins on Monday to demolish 516 Ladies Mile.

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Posted 11 June, 2024

Mark Harris, managing director of Queenstown-based New Zealand Sotheby’s International Realty, with his post-budget opinion on the property sector

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Posted 11 June, 2024

Retirement villages have become big business locally, ranging from comfortable and modern to luxurious holiday resort style, with price tags from around $1 million to $8.5million depending on what retirees can afford.

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Posted 10 June, 2024

Arrowtown-raised Holly Arrowsmith is making waves in the country music world. She recently picked up her second APRA Best Country Music Song award, re-establishing her in the ranks of past winners Tami Neilson, Reb Fountain and Jenny Mitchell.

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Posted 10 June, 2024

An ill-equipped Belgian tourist has been located near the Milford Track four days after separating from his party while crossing Dore Pass.

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Posted 10 June, 2024

Canadian mountain guide Ken Wylie, who survived a deadly avalanche in the Selkirk Mountains in 2003, is the guest on this week's Outlet Podcast, ahead of his appearance at the Southern Hemisphere Alpine Conference (SHAC) in Wānaka later this week

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Posted 10 June, 2024

The Remarks' new Shadow Basin chairlift is almost ready to roll. The $23 million six-seater Doppelmayr chairlift has been installed at the NZSki Queenstown skifield in an epic project over the summer months.

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Posted 7 June, 2024

"Trumpian in nature" and "one of the worst pieces of legislation that has been put to this government in decades". That's how Queenstown's deputy mayor Quentin Smith describes the Government's Fast-Track Approvals Bill.

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Posted 7 June, 2024

Entries are now open for the new Queenstown Arts Society Members Exhibition, Winter Tale.

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Posted 7 June, 2024

Waka Kotahi has completed work on the $7 million five-legged Mt Iron roundabout.

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Posted 7 June, 2024

Deodorant you can make in 2 minutes that lasts you 6 months, crackers that cost next to nothing but feel fancy as, and bikkies to please your bubs as well as your bank account- we’ve got all these life hacks and more at this year’s Low Waste Living Workshops!

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Posted 6 June, 2024

It's still a hard 'no' from the Coalition Government on any form of Queenstown Lakes bed tax.

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Posted 6 June, 2024

Make it, sew it, bake it, grow it. That’s the motto for the newly-formed Makers Market at Country Lane. They are providing a creative hub for all things handmade and showcase some of the great artisans in our region. On every second Sunday in winter, you’re sure to find some treasures.

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Posted 6 June, 2024

Un ambiente acogedor y amistoso fue lo primero que sentí al ingresar a Happiness House, el centro de soporte comunitario en Queenstown que, ya con 30 años de existencia, sigue enfocado en ayudar a quienes lo necesiten.

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Posted 6 June, 2024

HackOff 2024 brings together awesome chefs from Queenstown to battle their Wānaka counterparts with the sole aim to save you food and money.

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Posted 6 June, 2024

We Love Whakatipu's Cath Gilmour on why QLDC selling its Queenstown Airport shares would be a "serious mistake, sacrificing long-term community control to short-term political expediency".

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Posted 6 June, 2024

Despite hundreds of millions of dollars of investment into retirement villages in Queenstown Lakes, many older, long-time residents “face eviction from this district” because there’s nowhere affordable and suitable for them to live, Queenstown Lakes Community Housing Trust CEO Julie Scott says.

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Posted 6 June, 2024

Some unruly visitors in town over the long weekend had Police busy, breaking up fights, chasing down burglars and getting drunk drivers off our roads.

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