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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...
In 1967 Skyline had been running VWvans up to Bob’s Peak for four years. The tourists were having a fun, albeit bumpy, ride but the repairs and maintenance costs on the vans were taking a serious toll on the fledgling...

New driving force

By PHILIP CHANDLER A new president’s been handed the steering wheel of the Queenstown Car Club. Anthony Te Tau, 34, has taken over from motorsport legend Stuart Maclean, who co-founded the club in 1972. A mechanic with Macaulay Motors, Te Tau was...
By MATTHEW MCKEW Growing the membership and adding to the successful Tucker Beach project are the two key aims of the new Rotary Club of Queenstown president. Lee-Ann Lines moved back to her home town two-and-a-half years ago from Auckland, where...

Stalwarts honoured

The Lake County A&P Society has four new life members who, between them, have been involved for almost 95 years. At Saturday's Lake Hayes A&P Show, the 105th time it's been held, Jan Tomes, Jenette Boyd, Debbie MacColl and Grant Stalker...
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