Tracey Roxburgh

Police seek suspension of certificate

Police have applied to have the certificate of a general manager who sold alcohol to two teenagers last year suspended.

Trees near resort to die

Plans are afoot to stop wilding pines advancing further to the West Coast, which will involve a $1.4 million project in Queenstown this summer, focusing on Ben Lomond.

Bar certificate ruling reserved

Bar certificate ruling reserved

The Powder Room was back before the Alcohol and Regulatory Licensing Authority in Queenstown on Monday, with police seeking the cancellation of a duty manager's certificate.

Licence suspended 48 hours

Licence suspended 48 hours

A Queenstown restaurant and bar has had its licence suspended for 48 hours by the Alcohol and Regulatory Licensing Authority.

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Licensee says drunks should be accountable

Licensee says drunks should be accountable

A Queenstown licensee says ''public drunkenness' should be made an offence.

Quarter century marked

Quarter century marked

Twenty-five candles on a cake were blown out by Wakatipu Kindergarten children on Thursday to mark the centre's quarter century.

Marina development company owes $1.6m

The company behind a failed bid to build the Frankton Marina owes more than $1.6 million, with almost $1.2 million of that owed to unsecured creditors.

Principal of 7 years retiring

Principal of 7 years retiring

After 40 years as an educator, Arrowtown School principal Robin Harris has decided it's time to ''take a few breaths''.

DQ sends message to council

Destination Queenstown members have sent a clear message to the Queenstown Lakes District Council: we will not be moved.