39 days ago

A millennial's guide to Queenstown

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from Queenstown News

From backpackers to luxury holidaymakers, there's something for everyone here in Queenstown. And with my fellow 80s babies choosing to spend their paycheques on personal travel and endless avocado toasts, Queenstown has quietly stepped up to the game of becoming a millennial hotspot.

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3 hours ago

Make a bold statement...

The Team from Resene ColorShop Queenstown

Add personality to your floors with this simple diamond design creating using two Resene colours and a clear finish.

Perfect for your hallway or other smaller areas in your home that need brightening up.

Make the most of this weekend with this easy step by step project idea from Resene. Find out how to create this quick and easy project yourself

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11 hours ago

AMI, sharing community kindness!

AMI Insurance - Head office

When a stranger’s beagle went missing in thick bush near Wellington, 39-year-old Whanganui carver Zane Hair volunteered to spend more than a week searching in cold and stormy weather, accompanied by his beloved 14-year-old bulldog Zeke.

After nine days, Benny the beagle was found alive and Zane formed a lasting friendship with Benny’s owner, Matt Newman-Hall. “What Zane did is incredible … I find it really amazing that someone was willing to go that far for a complete stranger,” he says.

To read more about this inspiring act of kindness visit the AMI Hub.

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22 hours ago

Police seek information following thefts from vehicles

The team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Hi neighbours - Queenstown Police are appealing for information regarding thefts from vehicles in Arrowtown.

Stolen goods include a snowboard helmet, sunglasses, shoes and jackets, and were taken overnight around McDonell Road on Tuesday and Wednesday this week.

Police remind motorists to take any valuable items with you. If you have any information, please contact Sergeant Simon Matheson on 03 441 1600 or call anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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