Tracey Roxburgh

A centrepiece for the community

A centrepiece for the community

In this occasional series on Wakatipu eateries, Queenstown reporter Tracey Roxburgh takes a look at Graze. It took 12 years, but it was worth the wait.

Grant enables community facility to go ahead

Grant enables community facility to go ahead

Christmas came early for the trust behind a new community facility in Arrowtown, when the Lotteries Grants Board last week approved a $400,000 grant, turning a nearly 10-year dream into reality.

Bars making noise about changing rules

Bars making noise about changing rules

Queenstown CBD bars and restaurants want an ‘‘entertainment precinct'' in the resort's heart so alcohol and noise regulations can be relaxed. Tracey Roxburgh reports.

Latest airport worker has a nose for bombs

Latest airport worker has a nose for bombs

When Bruce goes silent and sits down at work, Bryn Thomas' heart starts racing.

First clamp of season

First clamp of season

It took about 72 hours for the first freedom clamp to be applied to a wheel in Queenstown.

New Year fireworks auction lights up

Firefighters are encouraging one person to cause a massive explosion in Queenstown next week.

App for tourists

Ziptrek Ecotours is catering for Aussies with a new audio tour app.

Community guides begin

Community guides begin

Educating visitors and residents will be a key focus for the Queenstown Lakes District Council's community guides, back in action in Queenstown and Wanaka from this week.

Airport total sets record

Airport total sets record

More than 130,000 passengers moved through Queenstown Airport last month - a 21.9% increase, smashing the previous record.

‘We haven’t let him just get away with it’

‘We haven’t let him just get away with it’

Lindsay Richards estimates he has been fleeced out of about $US100,000 ($NZ148,000) by convicted fraudster Kerry Christian.