17 years and counting

The Cromwell Memorial Hall.

12:44 PM  A Central Otago hall project has taken 17 years and cost $478,000 but you wouldn't know it.

Mayor cuts ties with 'unlawful' group

Central Otago mayor Tim Cadogan above Clyde.

Central Otago Mayor Tim Cadogan says he has "no choice" but to remove himself from a business group.

No more Brownies for Qtown?

Nadine Molloy, Jasmine Molloy, 10, and Belinda Ricketts fear Queenstown's Brownies will close down if no new leaders ...

Queenstown girl guiding group needs leaders or they will shut down.

JazzFest's community focus

Queentown JazzFest celebrates 40 birthday on Labour Weekend with over 100 jazz musicians performing.

Queenstown JazzFest brings jazz to resort's streets for community during Labour Weekend.

Nanny Assis at JazzFest

The Nanny Assis Band are opening Queenstown JazzFest on Friday with a concert at the Memorial Center.  Brazilian jazz ...

Brazilian jazz musician Nanny Assis on the left, Kevin Field on keyboard, and Maggie Gould on vocals. 

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In The South

17 years and counting

The Cromwell Memorial Hall.

12:44 PM  A Central Otago hall project has taken 17 years and cost $478,000 but you wouldn't know it.

Mayor cuts ties with 'unlawful' group

Central Otago Mayor Tim Cadogan says he has "no choice" but to remove himself from a business group.

Cromwell winemaker wins business award

Town growth stretches St John

Reviews

A Streetcar Named Desire

Cast of A Streetcar Named Desire after the show at Repertory Invercargill.

It was funny, it was serious and it was down right outrageous.

Review: Mamma Mia wows in Gore

Gore Musical Theatre's production of Mamma Mia runs until August 19

Gore Musical Theatre's Mamma Mia should come with a warning.

Review: Rhys Darby in Invercargill

Comedian Rhys Darby brought his unique and strange brand of entertainment to Invercargill on Saturday.

The LA-based comedian left some Invercargillites speechless and others with a belly full of laughs.

Review:

Dorothy McGregor with her son Todd at the launch of her new book in Invercargill.

When we think of pioneer women we see passive petticoated mothers, crossing swollen rivers with a swag of children and dour bearded men.

London Grammar's same ol' thing

London Grammar, Truth is a Beautiful Thing.

REVIEW: Moody beats and airy keyboards aren't enough to make an album memorable.

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