A new ''boutique'' affordable housing project could be on the
way for Arrowtown if a $1 million grant from the Crown is
approved and the project is endorsed by the Queenstown Lakes
District Council and the community.
Round two of a wrangle between the owners of Earnscleugh's
Grasshopper Rock vineyard and their next-door neighbours, who
want to subdivide, was played out this week.
A Southern Primary Health Organisation senior manager who was
the sole director and shareholder of the company which
operated a now-defunct Oamaru medical practice has rejected a
call from a creditor to stand down.
Construction of a cul-de-sac to close Balclutha's
''dangerous'' Ryrie St-State Highway 1 intersection
permanently is under way.
The engine from a Royal New Zealand Air Force Harvard that
crashed in Mt Aspiring National Park 60 years ago, killing
one of the two men on board, has been discovered.
Calls for a proposed 10-house affordable housing development
to be ''not here'' were directed at the Queenstown Lakes
Community Housing Trust last night at a public meeting held
to inform the Arrowtown community of the plans.
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