Tracey Roxburgh

Sharing services on agenda

The Queenstown Lakes District Council will be asked to contribute to and work with other councils on sharing services across Otago at an extraordinary meeting tomorrow.

End of a thorny debate

Queenstown Lakes District Council has finally agreed on a official name for what has been known as the eastern access road.

KJet ordered to pay $62K for failed appeal

One of Queenstown's leading jet-boat companies has been ordered to pay more than $62,000 to a competitor following an Environment Court costs decision.

More talks on aviation changes

More consultation will be done with general aviation operators in Queenstown before the Civil Aviation Authority reclassifies the airspace.

Mayor suggests return of power lines fund

It may be time for the Queenstown Lakes District Council and Delta to reinstate a forgotten fund used to put power lines underground, Mayor Vanessa van Uden says.

First titles hopefully next year

First titles hopefully next year

An Australian-based developer hopes the first titles in Queenstown's largest subdivision in recent years could be issued within the first half of next year.

Hundreds of new homes in Wakatipu

Hundreds of new homes in Wakatipu

Up to 2164 new homes are on the way for the Wakatipu.

Lawyers prepare cases over town centre zone

Lawyers prepare cases over town centre zone

In an "unusual'' situation, lawyers are preparing to do battle in two separate courts, arguing over different aspects of the Queenstown Lakes District Council's Plan Change 50, which seeks to extend the Queenstown town centre zone.

Sportsground proposed

A sports field could be on the way for Queenstown's Shotover Country development.

Permanent name for eastern access road on agenda

The Queenstown Lakes District Council will this week be asked to confirm the eastern access road (EAR) be permanently renamed Hawthorne Dr - a name ruled out by the council four months ago.