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CROSSING COOK STRAIGHT

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CROSSING COOK STRAIGHTFOR THE BIG KIWI ‘OE’ The club colours are worn proudly, Tam O’Shanter style, and there’s no tomfoolery…

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BACK IN THE DAY WITH LAKES DISTRICT MUSEUM

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U-Drive Boats In December, 1957, a new venture started on Queenstown Bay. Dick Rout and his wife, Clarice, arrived from…

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PET PAGE | HYPERTHYROIDISM

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Senior cats Archie and Charlie were each brought in for an examination as their owners were concerned about weight loss…

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NO MAN’S LAND

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NO MAN’S LANDGIRL BAND Queenstown teenage girl band No Man’s Land is about to release a second single after the…

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BIG MENTAL HEALTH BOOST FOR WAKATIPU

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BIG MENTAL HEALTH BOOSTFOR WAKATIPU The Wakatipu has always been renowned for its resilience, from right back in the days…

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CROSSING COOK STRAIGHT

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CROSSING COOK STRAIGHTFOR THE BIG KIWI ‘OE’ The big Kiwi ‘OE’ is looking a bit different these days. Keen to…

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June Feature

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Homegrown Mellow’dyBILLIE’S UNIQUE SOUND While other little seven-year-old girls were probably playing dress-ups and Barbies, Billie Comer was composing music.…

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PEARLY IN PINK

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PEARLYIN PINK Pearly McGrath just loves to sing…and it shows. After a professional singing career spanning more than a decade,…

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PET PAGE | BLADDER STONES

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What are bladder stones? Bladder stones (uroliths) are rock-like formations of minerals that develop in the urinary bladder. There may…

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BACK IN THE DAY WITH LAKES DISTRICT MUSEUM

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The Meteor story began in 1950 when a young Frank Haworth, fresh from flying Catalinas in the Pacific, arrived in…

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