Local John Frampton cheekily approached mayoral candidate Simon Hayes, saying he had 26 questions for him. “Can we do it alphabetically?” Frampton asked. “Let’s start with ‘A’ for ‘Airport’.”
You might think surfing was a local attraction with Rip Curl now joining other Aussie surfwear labels Quiksilver and Billabong in the CBD retail scene.
Glenorchy publican Henry Mellon celebrated his 60th last Saturday. Colourful former Queenstowner Katrina Kallil, who started Lebanese food shop Habebes in 1987, celebrated the same milestone on the same day in Nelson at a party attended by a number of locals including Louise Kiely, Alison Beaumont, Deb Clark, Georgie Newton and Alexa Forbes.