travelling

As a self-professed misfit, I’ve always questioned the status quo. I don’t do this to be contentious, but because I believe that’s the path to creating a better world around us. Last week, when we heard news about the opening of...
By PHILIP CHANDLER A Queenstowner's made a great impression on reality dating TV show, The Bachelor New Zealand. Before her elimination on Tuesday, Lana Ennis was among the final three bachelorettes vying for the affections of Sol3 Mio singer Moses Mackay. This...

Album honed by busking

By PHILIP CHANDLER An album released on Friday by a Queenstown ‘folktronica’ duo has been largely honed by feedback from busking on local streets. The duo, Choice — Claire Forrester, from Ireland, and Paul Marcham, from England — originally met in...
By PHILIP CHANDLER A star Queenstown Rovers footballer nicknamed ‘the king’ has hung up his boots after 12 years. A centre forward or striker, Carlos Herrman, 36, says he’s retiring as ‘‘I’m just getting a bit old and just physically it’s...

Coach set to lead by example

By MATTHEW MCKEW A Queenstown fighter’s out to impress in the quarter-finals of the Turf Wars Apex Muay Thai Warrior tourney today in Auckland. Fight Science head coach Rob Horrocks is ranked 4th in New Zealand for the 64kg weight category...
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