Otago Daily Times: Queenstown Lakes

Police checking sequence in fatality

Police checking sequence in fatality

A dutchman hit and killed by a taxi in Wanaka on Sunday was not ''staggering drunk'' and may have been on the road because of a ''prior event'', police say.

Timely boost for the skifields

Timely boost for the skifields

After warm weather and record-setting sunshine hours for Queenstown last month, snow fell again at the resort's skifields yesterday.

New citizens celebrated

New citizens celebrated

Fifteen people were granted New Zealand citizenship at a ceremony in Queenstown on Friday by Mayor Vanessa van Uden.

Ruling employee unjustifiably dismissed

Hot chips got a bar manager into hot water with the Employment Relations Authority, which has ruled the company behind The Lodge Glenorchy to pay a former employee more than $8000.

Words and music bring lazy panda to life

Words and music bring lazy panda to life

A Craig Smith book comes into being when a song and a story come together.

In it for the long run

In it for the long run

An Australian couple made history in Queenstown when they celebrated their wedding with a snowboard run down the Remarkables.

Part of track to shut for upgrade

A section of the Frankton Track will be closed for about a fortnight from Monday while the surface is upgraded.

Wanaka road death: 'Maybe he was asleep'

Wanaka road death: 'Maybe he was asleep'

A young man who died after being hit by a car in Wanaka overnight has been named by police.

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