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The weathers cooling down now across Central Otago, and so we turn from the outdoors to inside to concentrate on updating our wee non-profit job site. Hopefully you will see some new features in the very near future that will benefit your next hire including: Applications available via LinkedIn and Facebook Easy Registration with Social

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Hotel provides site for ‘& Bar’

The Speight’s bar that sailed from Dunedin to London for the 2007 Rugby World Cup has a new home. The bar, officially known as the Speight’s ”& Bar”, is being set up out the back of the Luggate Hotel, near Wanaka. Made up of two 12m shipping containers and designed in the style of the

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Wanaka building consents boom

Wanaka’s building boom is set to continue, creating job opportunities in the Queenstown Lakes District Council’s building consent processing and inspection teams. There were 712 total building consents issued for Wanaka in 2017, at an estimated value of $258 million, according to council data released to Stuff on February 28. That’s a 45.6 per cent

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Golf course plan for Cardrona

Golfers could soon be teeing-off in the Cardrona Valley if a proposed ”alpine links” golf course goes ahead.  Mt Cardrona Station Ltd has requested a plan change which would allow a 12-hole golf course to be built about 2km north of Cardrona township. Plan change 52, as it is known, will be discussed at a

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Place to get together

The Wanaka Recreation Centre sits in the empty Three Parks subdivision in Wanaka. The $13.9million recreation centre, which  has two indoor courts, was opened in July,  almost 10 years after it was first discussed. The facility  incorporates a conference room for meetings. Artificial turf for hockey, tennis and netball is to be installed  before the

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Luggate due for a growth spurt

An indication of how big the village of Luggate will be in a few years is provided by this recent aerial photo of  earthworks being carried out by Willowridge Developments. Owner Allan Dippie said yesterday  the company was  establishing the infrastructure for its Luggate Heights development of a small number of big residential sections, on

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