Queenstown's Jo Stirling was laughed at and ridiculed by male builders when she said she aspired to the trade, but three years into her apprenticeship no-one's laughing any more.
Queenstown's electricity supply is vulnerable, according to local officials.
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We love seeing Neighbourly members mentioned in the news - and we've seen a few in the last few months. From a Neighbourly group that has united the masses right through to a neighbourhood who rallied to deliver a 250kg piano to two blind sisters - there is a lot of good going on in Neighbourly communities around the country. You can read about them right here in our latest blog post.