Otago Daily Times: Queenstown Lakes

Dippie says rival doesn't know market

Dippie says rival doesn't know market

Wanaka developer Allan Dippie has hit back at what he called a ''personal attack'' from a rival developer this week.

High country covenants to be implemented

High country covenants to be implemented

Conservation covenants covering 95% of four high country stations between Queenstown and Wanaka will be formally announced at a function in Arrowtown on Saturday.

Flyer offered a home

Flyer offered a home

The owner of the National Transport and Toy Museum at Wanaka Airport, Jason Rhodes, has offered to provide the Kingston Flyer with a final resting place.

Standing for ward

Standing for ward

Arrowtown businessman Scott Stevens is contesting the Arrowtown by-election, triggering an election race.

Designer questions land affordability

The suitability of Wanaka's ''Northlake'' land for promoting housing affordability has been questioned.

Tourist in near miss with cop car

Tourist in near miss with cop car

A Chinese tourist driver who nearly collided with a police car in Queenstown yesterday also had an unrestrained child in the vehicle.

Developer seeks competition

Developer seeks competition

The husband of the woman behind Wanaka's proposed 1500-lot Northlake subdivision has warned against placing control of the town's land supply ''in the hands of one man''.

$1000 fine for tourist speedster

An English tourist fined yesterday for driving at 178kmh teaches driving skills to English police officers.

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