The days are numbered for 21 Lombardy poplars along Lake
Esplanade after a falling tree crushed seven cars and damaged
a hotel last month.
It should have been the busiest day of the year for the small
specialty cake shop in Queenstown.
Enforcement authorities are rallying to address the cause of
yet another sewage spill in Queenstown.
Some businesses in Queenstown could face hefty repair bills
after two tourists' alleged sprinkler stunt went awry
An injured wild harrier hawk/kahu is eating its carers out of
house and home.
The winding 13km alpine road to the Remarkables skifield is
to be sealed - starting with the bottom 4km, which will be
ready for this ski season.
Queenstown has had yet another sewage spill.
Queenstown residents whose garage was struck by an
out-of-control car early yesterday in Highview Tce are
relieved no-one was seriously injured.
It has been an ''odd'' summer.
While in New Zealand, German tourist Paul Zeller had his car
crushed by a 120-year-old Lombardy poplar and now
arrangements have been made for him to plant native trees,
some of which could live for 1000 years.
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