Otago Daily Times: Queenstown Lakes

Middleweight win in Aussie strongman contest

Middleweight win in Aussie strongman contest

Arrowtown woman Anna Thompson is going from strength to strength, taking the women's middleweight title in the Strong Melbourne Strongman Challenge at the weekend.

Pressure on car park remains

Pressure on car park remains

A solution to the overcrowding of the car park at the foot of the Department of Conservation's Roys Peak track above Mt Aspiring Rd appears still to be some way off.

New Games dates could benefit field

New Games dates could benefit field

A change of dates for the Winter Games NZ next year could be good news for Treble Cone skifield.

Time to start work on wearable creations

Time to start work on wearable creations

Although it is still six months until this year's Wanaka Wearable Creation Show, artists and models are being reminded to begin preparing their costumes and routines.

Council contest heats up

Council contest heats up

There will be a contest in October for the three Wanaka ward seats on the Queenstown Lakes District Council.

'Listening into Action' sessions 'genuine, useful'

"Listening into Action'' sessions, hosted by the Southern District Health Board in Queenstown yesterday, have been described as "genuine and useful''.

Levies, tax add to house prices

Levies, tax add to house prices

Affordable housing in Queenstown is being held back by costly tax and council bills.

Seeing the light at resort’s airport

Seeing the light at resort’s airport

The $1.65million lighting project which paves the way for night flights at Queenstown airport was officially unveiled by Transport Minister Simon Bridges yesterday evening.

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