Queenstown Lakes News

Queenstown policewoman resigns

Queenstown policewoman resigns

A Queenstown policewoman found guilty of racially insulting a taxi driver after an argument over a fare has today resigned from the force.

$45m hotel plan at resort

$45m hotel plan at resort

Developers want to build a $45million, 110-room hotel and retail complex in downtown Queenstown.

Tit-for-tat driving complaints near resort

Police received a complaint about the way a blue Maserati was being driven on SH6 in the Kawarau Gorge yesterday morning, laid by the driver of a white Toyota.

Council to lay charges over mauling incident

Council to lay charges over mauling incident

A woman is facing charges after two dogs mauled a Queenstown toddler last month.

The 19th central point of golf open

The 19th central point of golf open

Despite a long-held desire to create an international event in the New Zealand Open, next year's tournament will have a distinctly local feel.

Look who dropped in

Look who dropped in

American singing superstar Katy Perry was believed to be taking a break from her world tour in Queenstown yesterday.

All I want for Christmas

All I want for Christmas

Unicorns, puppies, ponies and robot dogs have been high on the list of requests put to Santa Claus at his newly-opened grotto in Wanaka.

Strong case for resort bed tax: PM

Strong case for resort bed tax: PM

Prime Minister John Key says Queenstown has a strong argument for introducing a bed tax, despite Treasury hating the idea.

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