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The difference between plastics and plastic recycling

The difference between plasticsAND PLASTIC RECYCLING What do laundry baskets, broken plastic toys and drainage pipes have in common? They’re all made of plastic but none of them belong in your mixed recycling bin. If you’re having trouble telling your plastics from your plastic recycling, read on. Know your numbers…

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36 Hour Video Challenge FOR Queenstown Businesses

36 Hour Video ChallengeFOR QUEENSTOWN BUSINESSES Queenstown-based video production company, Shotover Media, is embarking on the challenge of shooting 36 promotional videos, in 36 hours for 36 local businesses this month (August). This is offering the local business community the chance to upgrade any digital marketing material with high quality…

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Pet Page | Rosie’s Survivor Story

Gorgeous pup Rosie was rushed to the clinic one Saturday morning as her owners were very worried about how quiet she was. We immediately discovered the reason for her lethargy was due to severe anaemia. The little pup was losing blood and close to death.  We needed to act fast,…

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BACK IN THE DAY WITH LAKES DISTRICT MUSEUM

Queenstown Lakes District Holidaymakers Through The Ages – the Late Victorians In this edition we’re beginning a look back in time at holidaymakers through the different eras of tourism locally. Adventurous tourists have been visiting the Wakatipu and the Queenstown Lakes District since the very early days of settlement. McKay’s…

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QUEENSTOWN WRITERS FEAST ON FESTIVAL

Queenstown WritersFEAST ON FESTIVAL In something of a coup for Queenstown, the Queenstown Writers Festival organisers have scored two of New Zealand’s greatest writers and legends in the field of New Zealand literature for this year’s Queenstown Writers Festival. Witi Ihimaera, Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit and…

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NEW HOTELS DEFY ECONOMIC ODDS

NEW HOTELSDEFY ECONOMIC ODDS Holiday Inn Express and Suites Queenstown general manager Jason Sabin, is pretty pleased with the positive response since the new central Queenstown hotel opened during the July school holidays. On the hotel’s first Saturday night open, all but three of the available rooms had been sold,…

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Breastfeeding – It takes a village

BreastfeedingIT TAKES A VILLAGE Social isolation is not necessarily a new phenomenon for mums of new babies in the Wakatipu, but a band of beautiful volunteers has been getting alongside new mums helping give them the confidence and support they need. With World Breastfeeding Week kicking off on August 1,…

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FOOD ON Q PREMIUM

FOOD ON Q PREMIUMGETTING GREAT DEALS TO LOCAL Food On Q has been feeding the Wakatipu great restaurant meals on two speedy wheels for three years now with huge success and its latest progression to Food On Q Premium has the punters excited. Director Danny Sykes started out in 2017…

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SAKE SECRETS DISCOVERED MANY MILES FROM HOME

SAKE SECRETS DISCOVEREDMANY MILES FROM HOME While other Kiwis are now out exploring their own backyard and reconnecting with ‘home’, Queenstown’s Japanese population is also reconnecting with the things of ‘home’, but from the other side of the world. Queenstown’s international gold award-winning sake brewery Zenkuro Sake has had something…

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August Feature

High flyersA BIRD’S EYE VIEW Josh Dunn and Ben Ruffell are a couple of high-flyers. The local business partners have an ever-changing bird’s eye view of the Wakatipu’s most stunning scenery from their mobile ‘office window’ – 120 metres up. Skilled drone pilot Josh and camera operator Ben, who both…

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