overseas

Q’town chef goes on a roadie

By PHILIP CHANDLER A Queenstown chef who’s worked in top kitchens here and overseas for more than 20 years now has his own — in a food truck. Brad McWhirter and his partner Vanessa Hartnell launched The Lab Kitchen NZ at the...
By TRACEY ROXBURGH Closed borders are providing an extra boost for next month’s Twilight Opera, the stage for which is a recently-designated ‘garden of national interest’ at Dalefield. Produced by the Arrowtown Creative Arts Society (ACAS), with Auckland’s Opera Studio, it’ll...

Free pilot to start

By TRACEY ROXBURGH Queenstowner Mel Haarer isn’t pulling any punches when it comes to describing 2020. It’s been ‘‘a complete shit show, let’s face it’’. But she’s using her experience over the last couple of years, delivering wellbeing workshops to corporate clients,...

Two resort runners run riot

By PHILIP CHANDLER Queenstown's home to New Zealand’s top female and male trail runners following last weekend’s Crater Rim Ultra in Canterbury. Nancy Jiang, 29, took the NZ Trail Running Championship women’s title, completing the 53km course from Diamond Harbour in...
By TRACEY ROXBURGH Ten years to the day of welcoming their first charges, the Arrowtown Preschool team's looking to expand. The Cotter Avenue site marked its milestone birthday on Tuesday, having been built to try to take some of the pressure...
By PHILIP CHANDLER A QUEENSTOWN stem cell company's offering speeded-up testing for the Covid-19 virus spreading the world and locking down New Zealand, and other countries. Regen Cellular, through its network, claims it has access to hundreds of thousands of 15-minute...
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