Tracey Roxburgh

Operators get more time

Operators get more time

Adventure tourism operators have been given a lifeline and a Government agency has relented.

Funding is a wish come true

Funding is a wish come true

The New Zealand Open's wish has been granted.

Frantic first-home buyers snap up sections

Frantic first-home buyers snap up sections

First-home buyers have snatched up 35 sections at a Queenstown subdivision within an hour of the plots being put on the market, its developer says.

Golf: Cricketers likely to be targeted

There may be a ''cricket focus'' on the celebrity amateurs in next year's New Zealand Open which will have a purse of $1 million, one of the richest in the country's history.

Resort to get new Doc visitor centre

Resort to get new Doc visitor centre

The Department of Conservation's Queenstown Visitor Centre is moving to Stanley St.

Pink Ribbon organiser seeks record

Pink Ribbon organiser seeks record

After a record-breaking effort for the annual Pink Ribbon appeal last year, the organiser of the 2014 Arrowtown appeal is aiming for a record again this weekend.

Waiting list for housing gets longer

Waiting list for housing gets longer

More than 260 eligible households are on the Queenstown Lakes Community Housing Trust waiting list for housing assistance, which is of concern to trustees.

Revolution for education

Revolution for education

The future of education is under construction in Queenstown and with the first charges for Wakatipu's newest school, Shotover Primary, due to start at the school in just four months, Tracey Roxburgh gets a lesson in 21st-century learning.

Primary example of green design

Shotover Primary School is the Ministry of Education's latest example of a ''Modern Learning Environment''.

Collaborative approach central to new school's focus

Collaborative approach central to new school's focus

As Tony Wagner says, the world no longer cares about how much you know.