Action has been taken against 15 Queenstown businesses - most
in the food and beverage sector - found to be in breach of
employment and immigration laws.
The net is tightening on gun-toting vandals who extensively
damaged a public hut in the Mavora Lakes over Labour Weekend.
Two children are pictured with their arms around a couple;
bright eyes, beaming smiles.
Child Youth and Family says it is ''disappointed'' a Central
Otago couple have gone public with its battle against the
department's Home for Life programme.
The Central Otago couple left ''devastated'' after Child
Youth and Family removed two children from their Home for
Life programme were among almost 10,000 people who made
submissions on amendments to the Vulnerable Children Bill.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council's plan to extend the
town centre was ''too rushed'', too complicated and lacked a
strategic framework, submitters said yesterday.
The NZ Southern Knights Under-14 ice hockey team made history
this month, as the first junior team to win an international
tournament outside New Zealand.
Wakatipu children are being given the chance to wish
Queenstown a merry Christmas during this year's Christmas
Anyone with a motorcycle of more than 250cc is being
encouraged to join the White Ribbon Ride in Queenstown this
Most businesses were ''miles off'' understanding impending
changes under the Government's Health and Safety Reform Bill,
the co-founder of an online safety management system says.
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