Tracey Roxburgh

Objection to Skyline variations

Objection to Skyline variations

A zipline company's 11th hour appeal has stymied Skyline Enterprises plans for a competing business in the same area - for now, at least.

Ice hockey: Transtasman under-14 tournament planned

Queenstown is set to host its first international ice hockey tournament in October, when seven teams from New Zealand and Australia contest the 2015 peewee championship.

Quake fears over Queenstown council building

Quake fears over Queenstown council building

Queenstown's primary council building could potentially suffer a ''brittle collapse'' - similar to Canterbury's CTV building - in a major earthquake, councillors were told yesterday.

House fire: 'I was only out for 20 minutes'

House fire: 'I was only out for 20 minutes'

David Jacobs had been away from his Arrowtown home only about 20 minutes last night before returning to find three fire crews dousing it in water.

Deadline draws near for cabin owners

Deadline draws near for cabin owners

Several cabin owners at Queenstown's Lakeview site have just over a month to make contact with the resort's council, or face possible legal action.

Funding certainty advised

Funding certainty advised

Queenstown's council will decide this week whether $26.7million of external funding should be ''locked in'' before the resort's planned convention centre goes further.

Finding base for council may mean musical chairs

Investigations into finding a future Queenstown base for the Queenstown Lakes District Council will continue, and it is possible staff will have to move twice in the coming years.

Forums on future vision for town

Two public forums being held in Arrowtown this week aim to develop a 30 year vision for the village.

Police seeking robbery information

Police seeking robbery information

Police want to speak to a person who came into contact with two males charged with aggravated robbery following an incident at Henry's Liquor store in the resort last Wednesday.

Eager buyers carefully vetted

Eager buyers carefully vetted At 7.30pm on August 12, 83 empty lots were released to market in Queenstown. Within minutes none were left.