Tracey Roxburgh

Two sets of lights for congested tight spots

Two sets of lights for congested tight spots

Queenstown is getting two sets of traffic lights, to be installed early next year.

Arrowtown benefits from village SHA

A Queenstown Lakes District Council planner recommends a planned retirement village in Arrowtown be put forward as a special housing area (SHA).

Store vision realised at new site

Store vision realised at new site

The smiles said it all. Thirteen years after the process to open a Mitre 10 Mega in Queenstown began, and four years after a resource consent application was lodged, the tills have started ringing at the multimillion-dollar shop in Shotover Park.

Rugby: More smiles than tackles as veterans strut their stuff

Rugby: More smiles than tackles as veterans strut their stuff

If there was ever any doubt this wasn't your normal rugby tournament, that was cleared up within minutes of arriving at the Queenstown Events Centre yesterday.

Fire prompts 'fatalities' warning

Fire prompts 'fatalities' warning

Had a fire in a Queenstown house happened earlier in the morning, there could have been ''multiple fatalities'', the Fire Service says.

Rugby: Vintage version rum sort of game

Rugby: Vintage version rum sort of game

Scores won't be kept, a championship trophy won't be awarded and most of the players are more likely to do themselves an injury off the paddock.

$1 million fuel stop open today from 5am

$1 million fuel stop open today from 5am

It's been a major undertaking, but, after an eight-year wait, petrol will start flowing in Arrowtown from today.

Consent granted for polo facility

The sport of polo is coming to Queenstown.

Up for sports award

A Queenstown health and fitness instructor has been named as a finalist in the New Zealand Exercise Industry Awards.

Appeal for care with fireworks

Appeal for care with fireworks

Firefighters across the region are bracing as people stock up on fireworks this week.