Otago Daily Times: Queenstown Lakes

Challenge over special rules

Challenge over special rules

Government ministers have challenged Queenstown tourist industry representatives to convince them they should have special immigration rules.

Spreading wings

Spreading wings

About 130 Queenstown Resort College graduates march along Camp St yesterday towards the town's Memorial Centre.

Immmigration office could face closure

Immmigration office could face closure

Queenstown's immigration office is one of five nationwide under review and facing possible closure.

'Luckiest man' says joke on him

'Luckiest man' says joke on him

Despite being billed the ''luckiest man in New Zealand'' for being the only male in a community of 17 women, Wanaka Retirement Village resident Dr Ken Bragan is not immune to a bit of banter from his golf buddies about his living situation.

Rally rerun in Studebaker

Rally rerun in Studebaker

In 1965, David Lane, of Mt Eden, Auckland, drove over the Haast Pass.

Golf: Alker off the pace in Puerto Rico

Golf: Alker off the pace in Puerto Rico

Kiwi golfer Steven Alker has fired a four-over 76 during the opening round of the Puerto Rico Open on the PGA Tour.

Consent sought for skifield track

Consent sought for skifield track

Plans for a new Southern Lakes skifield have taken another step forward.

Man who died at bike park named

Man who died at bike park named

A Nelson man who died at a mountain bike park near Queenstown on Saturday has been named by police.

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