Tracey Roxburgh

Reviewing QLDC fees and charges

Farmers in the Queenstown Lakes district sitting on land zoned for development could be hit by rates rises of up to 154%.

Camp site like 'refugee camp'

Camp site like 'refugee camp'

A Gibbston resident has described a riverside freedom-camping site near his home as being like a "Syrian refugee camp''.

Campers making most of private land

Campers making most of private land

The Queenstown Lakes District Council says it is ‘‘hamstrung'' when dealing with freedom campers taking advantage of undeveloped private sites in the resort.

Council to introduce clamping to more areas

Council to introduce clamping to more areas

Freedom clamping areas in the Queenstown Lakes district will be expanded by next summer.

F1 champion sees South in a day

F1 champion sees South in a day

Queenstown has clearly impressed Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton.

No word on health services report

The Ministry of Health says it will take into account feedback from Queenstown residents when making decisions about the future of health services in the Wakatipu, but gave no indication on when those decisions would be made.

DHB all ears on Otago tour

The Southern District Health Board is aware its actions will speak louder than the words it has been listening to over the past week, but yesterday gave the Otago Daily Times an assurance ‘‘we are committed''.

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.