Tracey Roxburgh

Queenstown policewoman found guilty

Queenstown policewoman found guilty

A Queenstown policewoman accused of racially abusing a taxi driver in the resort last year has been found guilty.

Subway mulling new stores after closure

Subway mulling new stores after closure

Subway is considering opening two new Wakatipu stores, after its sudden exit from Terrace Junction in June.

Gay taunts 'a little bit like racism'

Gay taunts 'a little bit like racism'

A Queenstown man says he is subjected to taunts over his sexuality, which he likens to racism, every time he goes out in the resort at night.

Council to discuss its 'aspirational' housing targets

''Aspirational'' housing targets for the Wakatipu basin under the Government's housing accord with Queenstown will be discussed by the Queenstown Lakes District Council this week.

Drug therapy trial likely

Drug therapy trial likely

A Dunedin researcher hopes to be undertaking clinical trials to help stroke victims within the next two years.

'Ethnic richness' celebrated

'Ethnic richness' celebrated

Queenstown Primary School pupils (from left) Holly Chisholm (6), representing Vietnam, Uta Higuchi (13), representing Japan, Millie Vaitkus (6), representing Scotland, Smirti Thapa (8), of Nepal, and Kibbana Seipolt (7), representing New Zealand, at the school's international day on Friday.

'Lucky' driver faces charge over crash

'Lucky' driver faces charge over crash

A 24-year-old Queenstown man was ''very lucky'' to have only minor injuries after a car crash on Saturday morning, which police say was probably the result of ''alcohol and speed''.

Developers giving $100K to school

The people behind a multimillion-dollar residential development near Queenstown have pledged $100,000 to the resort's newest school, due to open next year.

KJet to put case again

Jet-boat company KJet intends to relodge its consent application to operate on a stretch of the Kawarau River, regardless of the Queenstown Lakes District Council's decision on the Navigation Safety Bylaw 2014.

Council criticised over KJet extension

The Queenstown Lakes District Council has been criticised for an apparent lack of disclosure over a jet-boat company's plans to extend its operations.