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Community resilience goes live

KPCA GetsReady database -  sign up: It was not the emergency we have had in mind when discussing building the Peninsula’s emergency response capabilities, but COVID-19 demonstrated, amongst many... read more →

The Fox is up and Flying

Observant walkers of Jardine Park will have noticed the construction of the Flying Fox on the rise behind our Community Orchard, since we emerged from lockdown. The local children have... read more →

Jardine Park Landscaping

A feedback session on the draft Landscaping Plan for Jardine Park, unveiled at the AGM (see the blog of 17 March), has been reinstated for next Wednesday at 10:00 a.m.... read more →

Ferry back on the Lake

Starting tomorrow at 7:30 am from Bayview, in response to commuter demand, Queenstown Ferries are up and running with a new schedule for Alert Level 2! Thanks to the 293... read more →

Ferry Service – resumption?

There is a prospect of a resumption of the ferry service when we step down to COVID-19 Alert Level 2.  Obviously, the level of service will depend on demand; and... read more →

Ferry Service trial

Remember that successful petition we ran over the summer about retaining our Ferry Service? The Otago Regional Council agreed to run a trial service by supporting the existing ferry following... read more →

Courtesy is the answer

Yesterday's blog, about our request to Council to restrict use of the Peninsula Track to walkers, caused a bit of a stir when shared via our FaceBook page. Thanks for... read more →

Dual Use Track?

Use of the Peninsula Track during lockdown has led to the conclusion that it is not working as a dual use track in these difficult times. We have written to... read more →

Jardine Park drop-in sessions

In light of the PM's announcement today - that we are now at Level two of the COVID-19 alert system - we are cancelling the drop-in sessions on the Jardine... read more →