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“The ISPS Handa New Zealand Open is an event that we believe is important to New Zealand and (especially) to the Queenstown region.
We’re delighted to have had Southern PR work alongside us these past five years, helping us grow the awareness of our event both locally and nationally, and they’ve done a fine job. Their commitment to our event has been huge, and is much appreciated.”
ISPS Handa New Zealand Open Tournament Director Michael Glading
Posted on April 18, 2018
Media Release from Treble Cone
Winter arrived with recent snow down to low levels and freezing overnight temperatures.
And the good news is that snow lovers are in luck, thanks to Wanaka’s Treble Cone ski area.
The South Island’s largest ski resort has extended its earlybird season pass sale to give die-hard local supporters, and lovers of Treble Cone from around the country, one last chance to unlock unlimited skiing and snowboarding at discounted rates for the 2018 season.[READ MORE]
Posted on April 04, 2018
Media Release from Treble Cone Ski Area
A seasoned snow sports veteran with over 15 years’ experience in local and international ski areas, Toby starts in his new role at the end of this month.
The Queenstown born-and-bred local is renowned for his passion for the industry, delivering exceptional customer experiences and operational excellence.[READ MORE]
Posted on March 29, 2018
Media Release – The Quiet Forest
A fledgling tui called Malcolm and a bush devoid of birdsong seem unlikely motivators for a book.
And a retired Professor of Rheumatology would not be number one pick as the author of a book about aerial 1080 poisoning.
Dunedin-born author Fiona McQueen admits her subject choice is somewhat unusual for an author who describes herself neither as anti-government nor a “raving Greenie”.[READ MORE]