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New Edge­wa­ter GM

Edge­wa­ter Ho­tel fi­nan­cial con­troller Mike Bar­ton will take on the role of gen­eral man­ager later this month. He takes over from Leigh Stock. Bar­ton said ‘‘it is an ex­cit­ing time to come into the role and lead the im­ple­men­ta­tion of these projects to drive fur­ther growth for the ho­tel. We have a great team of staff who are pas­sion­ate about Edge­wa­ter, and the tourism in­dus­try en­vi­ron­ment is much more pos­i­tive than it has been in re­cent years.’’

Groomers get ready

Tre­ble Cone’s two new Pis­tenBully 400 winch groom­ing ma­chines ar­rived at the moun­tain last week. Mar­ket­ing and sales man­ager Nick No­ble said the ma­chines would mean more ter­rain could be groomed more of­ten. The ski­field plans to open on June 26.

Di­rec­tor sought

Rus­sell McGe­orge is step­ping down as the di­rec­tor of Wanaka Waste­busters and the hunt is on to find a re­place­ment. Friends of Wanaka Waste­busters mem­ber Dom Stayne said the ideal can­di­date to step into the po­si­tion would have pre­vi­ous board ex­pe­ri­ence. The job car­ried no re­mu­ner­a­tion and was an op­por­tu­nity for a com­mu­ni­ty­minded per­son to con­trib­ute to the Waste­busters oper­a­tion. For more info email: foww­

Cen­tral Otago choir per­for­mance

The Cen­tral Otago Re­gional Choir and con­duc­tor John Buchanan will pre­form at the St An­drews Pres­by­te­rian Church in Wanaka on Fri­day night as part of show cel­e­brat­ing and hon­our­ing women. The Moth­ers in Mu­sic per­for­mance will be held at 7.30pm. Tick­ets were $20 and were avail­able from Wanaka Paper Plus or at the door.

Premises al­most com­plete

Bay­leys Wanaka, As­pir­ing Law and Re­vive Beauty Sa­lon will be housed at the the same premises on Ard­more St from May 17.

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