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Fatal motor vehicle crash in Queenstown

Press Release – New Zealand Police

Fatal motor vehicle crash in Queenstown

A 74 year old woman has died as a result of the motor vehicle crash this afternoon on SH6, Frankton-Ladies Mile Highway in Queenstown. Read more »

Police attending serious motor vehicle crash in Queenstown

Press Release – New Zealand Police

“Police attending serious motor vehicle crash in Queenstown”

Queenstown Police are in attendance at a serious motor vehicle crash on SH6, the Frankton-Ladies Mile Highway. Read more »

Treble Cone’s Busiest Ever Start to a Snow Season

Press Release – Treble Cone

Friday 31 July, 2015

Treble Cone’s Busiest Ever Start to a Snow Season

The South Island’s largest ski area – Treble Cone (Wanaka, New Zealand) has enjoyed its busiest ever start to a snow season and has set new records for both its ‘busiest week overall’ and ‘busiest July ever’. Read more »

Appointments to the New Zealand Film Commission

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Hon Maggie Barry
Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage

31 July 2015
Appointments to the New Zealand Film Commission

Dame Patsy Reddy has been reappointed as Chair of the New Zealand Film Commission, Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Maggie Barry announced today. Read more »

Niwa: Regional predictions for the next three month

Press Release – NIWA

Regional predictions for the next three months:

NIWA Outlook: August-October 2015

Overview

El Niño conditions continued to strengthen during July 2015. Read more »

Otago selects leading historian as next Head of Humanities

Press Release – University of Otago

Otago selects leading historian as its next Head of Humanities
The University of Otago has selected Professor Tony Ballantyne as its next Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Humanities). Professor Ballantyne is currently Head of Otago’s Department of History and Art History and Director of the Centre for Research on Colonial Culture. Read more »

Creative New Zealand announces 2015 investment funding

Press Release – Creative New Zealand

31 July 2015

Creative New Zealand announces 2015 investment funding
The Arts Council has committed a further $10.5 million to 26 arts organisations in its latest multi-year investment funding round. Read more »

Veuve Clicquot paints Queenstown ‘Clicquot Yellow’

Press Release – Veuve Clicquot

Veuve Clicquot paints Queenstown ‘Clicquot Yellow’

CLICQUOT IN THE SNOW | 30 JULY – 2 AUG
The highly anticipated Clicquot in the Snow program returned to Australasia’s biggest winter playground on July 30. Read more »

Unconventional take on watercolour awarded hefty prize

Press Release – Auckland University

Unconventional take on watercolour awarded hefty prize

An installation with an unconventional take on watercolour has won an Elam School of Fine Arts student a hefty $10,000 prize.
Kathryn Tulloch, from Mt Eden, was awarded the Henrietta and Lola Anne Tunbridge Scholarship last night, at a packed ceremony held at Projectspace Gallery. Read more »

Extra Jetstar route welcomed by Chamber

Press Release – Wellington Employers’ Chamber of Commerce

Wellington Employers’ Chamber of Commerce

Media Statement
Thursday 30th July 2015
Extra Jetstar route welcomed by Chamber Read more »

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