Tracey Roxburgh

Ideas wanted for using timber from felled oak

Ideas wanted for using timber from felled oak

Paul Sewter's got wood, but he needs help deciding what to do with it.

Weight lifted from Cassie

Weight lifted from Cassie

Last month, former Queenstown resident Cassie Chow had a dream night.

Council may be forced out of CBD

Council may be forced out of CBD

The Queenstown Lakes District Council looks to be stuck between a rock and a hard place, as its Gorge Rd site is deemed not fit for purpose.

Decision to cross river 'significant factor' in death

Decision to cross river 'significant factor' in death

Deciding to cross a swollen creek on the Milford Track in "biblical" rain was a "significant contributing factor" in the death of 21-year-old Sydney student Yessica Asmin last year, the Mountain Safety Council says.

Cenotaph restoration work thanks

Cenotaph restoration work thanks

The Arrowtown cenotaph has been restored, after a two-year labour of love.

Applicant told to improve attitude

A Queenstown woman who wants a manager's certificate was given six months to adjust her attitude towards one police officer by the Queenstown Lakes District Licensing Committee yesterday.

Consultation on whether to quit QLDC

Consultation on whether to quit QLDC

Kingston residents are again being asked if they want to break away from the Queenstown Lakes District and align with Southland.

Rental car code next month

Rental car code next month

A new code of practice for rental vehicle operators, aimed at improving safety for all drivers in New Zealand, will begin next month.

Hall quake work being considered

Hall quake work being considered

Proposals to strengthen Arrowtown's Athenaeum Hall will be considered by the Queenstown Lakes District Council as part of the forthcoming Long Term Plan deliberations.

It's Arrowtown v council on housing

It's Arrowtown v council on housing

A stoush is brewing in the Wakatipu over Special Housing Areas proposed under the Queenstown Lakes Housing Accord.