Tracey Roxburgh

Queenstown: Building in a fast-growing town

Queenstown: Building in a fast-growing town Queenstown will soon need to make some significant decisions about its future.

 

'Olive Leaf' to 'complement' church

'Olive Leaf' to 'complement' church

A donation-funded Gaudi-inspired building is envisaged for beside a historic church in Arrowtown.

'Top of the Lake' crew return

'Top of the Lake' crew return

Queenstown locals will again have their 15 seconds of fame as filming for Top of the Lake Season Two: China Girl moves to the resort.

Forest plan for update before harvest decision

An updated Coronet Forest Management Plan, which will be subject to a special consultative process, will be produced before any decision is made to harvest the existing forest early.

VW wine bid declined

A Dunedin businessman has failed in his bid to get permission to sell wine from a converted VW Kombi.

Marking 75 years of women in police

Marking 75 years of women in police

They Segwayed, luged, flew through the air (twice), ice-skated, jet-boated, mounted road bikes and hopped on a horse, and they smiled the entire time.

Public weigh in on sewerage scheme

Glenorchy's proposed sewerage system took over the public forum at yesterday's full Queenstown Lakes District Council meeting.

Lost heel scuppers queen's gallop (+ video)

Lost heel scuppers queen's gallop (+ video)

Visitors to Queenstown were left slack-jawed yesterday as eight of the most unlikely ladies strutted their stuff through The Mall before the 25th annual Queenstown Winter Festival Drag Race.

Queens to put pride, ankles on the line

There will be high heels - and handbags - at noon tomorrow in Queenstown during the 25th annual running of the Queens.

Women police torch relay unique

Queenstown will this week host one of its most adventurous relays, honouring women in the resort's police force.