Archive for September, 2021

SH88, Highway To Port Chalmers, Lane Closure Ahead To The End Of November

Press Release – New Zealand Transport Agency

People who use SH88 to get to and from Port Chalmers, Dunedin, will face delays over the next two months, including overnight. The work will start on Wednesday 6 October and run through to the end of November, says Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency. Read more »

Canterbury Schoolgirl To Compete Against World’s Best Junior Freeride Skiers In Europe

Press Release – Rangi Ruru Girls’ School

Rangi Ruru Girls’ School Year 11 student, Ruby Hewitt, 15, has been named in the New Zealand Freeride Team that will compete in the extreme event in Europe next year. Read more »

Out Now: Reb Fountain — Iris

Press Release – The Label

IRIS is out now via Flying Nun Records on both black and turquoise vinyl, CD and digitally. Read more »

Mix Of Current And Former Champions, Plus Local Clubbies, Will Contest Kartsport Endurance Champs This Weekend

Press Release – KartSport New Zealand

Fourteen three-driver teams will contest the third annual KartSport New Zealand National Endurance Championship supported by Briggs & Stratton race to be contested over four hours at KartSport Wellington’s Gazley Raceway at Kaitoke, Upper Hutt on Saturday October 02. Read more »

From The Office Of The Mayor: Resident Visa Announcement A Welcome Decision

Press Release – Queenstown Lakes District Council

Queenstown Lakes Mayor Jim Boult commended the Government, and in particular the Minister of Immigration Kris Faafoi, on today’s announcement of a one-off resident visa for up to 165,000 migrants. Read more »

Full Steam Ahead For Queenstown Marathon

Press Release – Sotheby’s International Realty

The title partner of the anticipated Queenstown Marathon – New Zealand Sotheby’s International Realty (NZSIR) – has today reaffirmed its commitment to the event, despite the changing NZ COVID-19 Alert Levels. Read more »

Funding Available For Community-led History Projects

Press Release – Ministry For Culture And Heritage

Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage encourages people undertaking community-led history projects to apply for funding through Ngā Kōrero Tuku Iho Piki Ake! Kake Ake! New Zealand Oral History Grants and Whiria te Mahara History Research Grants before applications close on 15 October. Read more »

New Residence Pathway A Relief To Tourism Businesses And Their Staff

Press Release – Tourism Industry Aotearoa

Tourism employers and their valuable workers from overseas will be delighted by the announcement today of a simplified pathway to residence, says Tourism Industry Aotearoa. Read more »

Otago Polytechnic Continues To Play Leading Role In Dunedin Economy

Press Release – Otago Polytechnic

Otago Polytechnic has contributed almost a billion dollars to the Dunedin economy over the past five years. Read more »

Shearing Champs “general Dog’s Body” – For Life

Press Release – Shearing Sports New Zealand

It’ll be all hands on deck at the New Zealand Merino Shears in Central Otago town Alexandra on Friday and Saturday as organisers strive to stage the 60th annual event in the confines of the pandemic Level 2 alert. Read more »

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