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25 May - 10:04 pm NZ
with Carol Stiles, Susan Murray, Cosmo Kentish-Barnes & Duncan Smith
Friday 9pm and Saturday 7am
It's full steam ahead at the Cadrona Snow Park. For more Cadrona Snow Park photos click here
Neil Dickson, Managing Director of Timaru based New Zealand Light Leathers, checks some processed deerskin that’s destined for Italian fashion house Prada.
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Kate Addis from Geraldine based Addmore Elderflower beverages. (5′18″)
Around the country things have warmed up in the North Island and in the South, Otago's sitting pretty with a colossal amount of feed on hand. (6′34″)
Timaru based New Zealand Light Leathers supply spongy deerskin to some of the world's top fashion houses who use it for making garments, gloves and handbags. (12′04″)
In 1970 when the school bus and postal service were being axed from Cardrona Valley near Wanaka, visionary farmer John Lee bulldozed tracks on his farm and started the Cardrona Ski Field. People moved in, the services stayed. He and wife Mary went on to develop a Proving Ground for testing products in sub zero temperatures, a cross country ski field and a skate board park for snow boarders. They also have consent to build a gondola from the valley floor up to a proposed new ski field, Roaring Meg. (26′41″)
Produced by Carol Stiles, Susan Murray and Cosmo Kentish-Barnes
Post: PO Box 489, Hamilton
Phone: 07 858 0715 or 07 858 0729
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