Tracey Roxburgh

Service station, subdivision bids

Service station, subdivision bids

Two separate consents have been lodged to establish a new service station and a 45-lot subdivision near Glenda Dr in Frankton, both part of extensive development in Frankton Flats.

Toddler's drowning 'consistent with concerning trend'

Toddler's drowning 'consistent with concerning trend'

August 6, 2013 started as any normal day for the Waples family.

Award-winning photos showcased

Award-winning photos showcased

Almost 50 images from award-winning Otago and Southland photographers have gone on display in Queenstown.

Assets seized over unpaid reparation

Assets seized over unpaid reparation

The Ministry of Justice yesterday confirmed some assets belonging to Richard Anderson had been seized.

Donations pour in

Donations pour in

Queenstown's Honor Mathieson is overwhelmed by the donations of medical supplies and other items for Nepal.

Timely boost for the skifields

Timely boost for the skifields

After warm weather and record-setting sunshine hours for Queenstown last month, snow fell again at the resort's skifields yesterday.

Failure to repay money on time

Failure to repay money on time

The disgraced former organiser of the Pub Charity New Zealand 7s may face further court action after allegedly failing to meet a reparation deadline.

Airport growth approved

Queenstown Airport is seeking building consent to expand its terminal by about a third, with the work, subject to approval, expected to be finished before June.

Seeking medical supplies for Nepal

Seeking medical supplies for Nepal

A Queenstown woman is on a mission to locate about 15kg of medical supplies within the next week, destined for Nepalese hospitals.

Pupils to send letters, prayers, posters to Foleys

Pupils to send letters, prayers, posters to Foleys

The family of slain United States journalist James Foley will receive a box of letters, prayers and posters from pupils at St Joseph's School later this year.