Tracey Roxburgh

Crowds turn out around region for Anzac services

Crowds turn out around region for Anzac services

Crowds have been turning out on a cool, clear morning to pay their respects to the fallen at Anzac services around the region. 

‘Caught in the moment’

‘Caught in the moment’

This photo, Tui Tiri Tiri Matangi, is one of about 500 which will be on display in Queenstown this weekend during the Photographic Society of New Zealand's 64th annual convention.

China partnership ‘momentous step’

China partnership ‘momentous step’

A ground-breaking agreement between the Winter Games NZ Trust and the Chinese Ski Association could be worth millions of dollars to the Central Otago economy.

Consents issue tests council

Consents issue tests council

Cries for help to process building consents in the Queenstown Lakes District have gone unanswered, forcing the council to hire outside building contractors to stay on top of the workload.

Fall festival packs in events

Fall festival packs in events

Almost 30 events will be packed into the five-day 2016 Arrowtown Autumn Festival, which begins on Thursday.

Airport numbers continue forward march

More than 1.5 million passengers moved through Queenstown Airport in the 12 months to March, the airport's latest statistics show.

Events industry forums start

The first of two forums focusing on the events industry will be held in Queenstown this week, run by Shaping Our Future, following forums held in 2011.

Ride of Respect this weekend

Hundreds of motorcyclists throughout New Zealand will take part in the second annual Ride of Respect this weekend, part of the 2016 Anzac Day commemorations.

'Leading thinkers' speak

'Leading thinkers' speak

Teenager Mark Gardyne, of Southland, speaks to about 300 ticket-holders who attended TEDxQueenstown yesterday.

Track to reopen

The Dart Track, closed since January last year, will be reopened this summer and work is scheduled to begin on a new section of track at the end of winter.