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By TRACEY ROXBURGH Entries have opened for the 2021 Real Journeys Queenstown Chamber of Commerce Business Awards, back after a three-year hiatus. Launched at a function at the Mountain Club on Wednesday night, this year’s awards feature new categories to recognise...
By MARK PRICE When she was a ‘‘challenging’’ three years old, Queenstowner Carleen Dalton had a little bit of a run-in with her preschool teachers. It got so bad, her mother Kaye was asked to remove her. And, that led to Dalton’s...
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...
There's a reason Parting Shots aren’t a weekly occurrence. We kinda feel it’s best to wait till you get itchy fingers (aka blind rage) before you put phalanges to keyboard. And by jingos am I there. For nigh on 12 months I’ve...
By TRACEY ROXBURGH An Arrowtown pastor’s set himself a target of being back on the slopes at 100% next season after a ‘‘freak accident’’ at Coronet Peak on July 25 left him with two large metal rods in his hip...
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