Tracey Roxburgh

Affordable housing call by councillor

Affordable housing call by councillor

The Queenstown Lakes District Council has been urged by Cr Cath Gilmour to put some "skin in the game'' to address the district's affordable housing issues.

Sewerage battle remains unresolved

A 13-year battle for Kingston to get a reticulated water and sewerage scheme shows no sign of ending.

Sewerage battle remains unresolved

A 13-year battle for Kingston to get a reticulated water and sewerage scheme shows no sign of ending.

Action averts error

A Wanaka man may have saved the local council from making a potentially costly error.

Planned wastewater scheme assurance

Concerns Glenorchy's proposed reticulated wastewater scheme is a "fait accompli'' are unfounded, the local council's chief engineer says.

Council against Ayrburn retirement village

Council against Ayrburn retirement village

A proposal to establish a special housing area (SHA) for a 201-unit retirement village near Millbrook has been turned down in favour of a similar development closer to Arrowtown.

Moves for visitor levy converging

Moves for visitor levy converging

A case for a visitor levy for Queenstown is "well advanced'', according to Queenstown Lakes District Council staff, and an economic impact report should be with councillors within a couple of months.

Emotional start to art career

Emotional start to art career

Ben Jae is normally "as cool as a cucumber''.

Speech ticket to Gallipoli?

Speech ticket to Gallipoli?

Two Wakatipu High School pupils say they're "honoured'' to be selected to speak at this year's Anzac Day commemorations.

Sell-out event likely to be bigger next year

Sell-out event likely to be bigger next year

The organisers of Queenstown's inaugural Colour Burst Run couldn't have asked for more yesterday, with perfect conditions greeting the 1100 entrants, who were covered in coloured powder even before the run started.