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By PHILIP CHANDLER A former Arrowtowner who died last month, at 83, is being remembered as a jovial, community-minded character, retailer, vintage car restorer and devoted family man. Married to Rosemary for 59 years, Colin Jack, who latterly lived in North...

Alpine chalet full of charm

By PHILIP CHANDLER Few Queenstown homes have the charm and character of one currently on the market in Kelvin Heights’ Balmoral Drive. It was built in the early ‘90s by Arrowtown-based architectural designer Erwin ‘Strauss’ Steck in the style of a...
By GUY WILLIAMS An Irishman’s looking at jail time after police found more than 2400 ecstasy pills at his Arthurs Point home. Keith Singleton, 30, was on Tuesday convicted on two charges of dealing the ‘Pink Strawberry’ party pills when he...

Homecoming tour

By MATTHEW MCKEW There've been few things to feel upbeat about in 2020, but one Dunedin-based muso says his new album's got a cheerful vibe. Michael Morris has put the finishing touches to an album largely compiled in the garage of...

Home D for local P supplier

A Queenstown meth addict’s been sentenced to nine months’ home detention for offering to sell the class A drug, and possessing it for supply. He’s also been ordered to pay his ex-landlords $4250, largely to recover the costs for meth...

Show-stopping showhome

By PHILIP CHANDLER The grandest showhome built by the developers of Arrowtown’s Millbrook Resort opens its doors this month. ‘Residences on Dalgleish’ is a collection of five homes designed by Dunedin-based Mason & Wales Architects, fronting the fourth and overlooking the seventh...
No, it's not a mistake. A new Shotover Country house has become a local curiosity after a fence sprung up in front of the garage. The Queenstown property's apparently fallen foul of council regulations. Tenants of the the Risinghurst Terrace property Beck...
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