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By PHILIP CHANDLER In several English children’s books and a kids’ TV series, The Wombles are furry creatures who do good. Similarly, The Wombles Golfing Society’s a Queenstown-based group of roving golfers also doing good — raising $10,000 for the Wakatipu...

On a high at 65

By MARK PRICE Covid-19 concerns are likely to put paid to Central Otago-Wakatipu Cycling Club member Brett Strachan’s chances of competing against the world's best 65-to-69-year-olds. Queenstowner Strachan, 65, recently took out the 60.8km road race age group title at the New...

Heart victim stuck

By PHILIP CHANDLER A popular former Queenstown bar manager’s surviving ‘‘hand to mouth’’ in Australia while he waits for a heart transplant. Dean Cavanagh, who’s relying on a mechanical heart in the interim, say he’s down to his last $400 as he...
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...
Biking from the Andes to the Amazon, watching political riots in Bolivia and finding a life-long aversion to scrambled eggs are a few things Queenstowner Honor Mathieson experienced on a global jaunt, she tells Louise Scott Queenstowner Honor Mathieson is...
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