Tracey Roxburgh

Submissions disappoint

Public debate on the future of the Queenstown Lakes' regional tourism authorities (RTOs) has deflected attention from bigger economic opportunities and threats, the Queenstown Airport Corporation says.

Vandalism of hut with gun disturbing

Vandalism of hut with gun disturbing

Te Anau Police and the Department of Conservation are on the hunt for gun-toting vandals, who they said would be prosecuted ''to the full extent of the law'' after extensively damaging a hut at the Mavora Lakes over Labour Weekend.

Two die as Lakes road toll climbs

Two die as Lakes road toll climbs

A double fatality on the Crown Range Rd yesterday has brought the Queenstown Lakes District's road toll to five in six days.

Two dead after truck crash on Crown Range

Two dead after truck crash  on Crown Range

Two people are confirmed dead after a truck crash about 3pm on the Crown Range Road, between Queenstown and Wanaka.

Fire a 'life-changing' event

Fire a 'life-changing' event

June 9 was a ''life-changing'' day for Sydney couple John Mills and Greg Clark. Last Tuesday was another one.

Brother died 'doing what he loved'

Brother died 'doing what he loved'

Arrowtown resident Mark Railton would be remembered as a genuine good guy who would ''do anything to help'', his brother Grant said.

After a battle, Lucie reste ici

After a battle, Lucie reste ici

After staring down the barrel of deportation, Lucie David now knows she wants to make Queenstown her home. 

After a battle, Lucie reste ici

After a battle, Lucie reste ici

After staring down the barrel of deportation, Lucie David now knows she wants to make Queenstown her home.

Consent for clinic sought

Consent has been lodged with the Queenstown Lakes District Council for a two-chair oral health clinic near Lakes District Hospital.

OIO approves purchase

The Overseas Investment Office has approved the sale of a 1.9ha section at the Closeburn Station subdivision near Queenstown.