Otago Daily Times: Queenstown Lakes

'Tindallgate' bouncer wins appeal

'Tindallgate' bouncer wins appeal

"Tindallgate" bouncer Jonathan Dixon has been granted an appeal to the Supreme Court.

Burn-off could send TradeMe founder to court

Burn-off could send TradeMe founder to court

A prosecution could be in the wind for the owner of Wanaka's Hillend Station, TradeMe founder Sam Morgan, after a burn-off on his property on Tuesday blanketed the town in smoke.

Tourists escape injury

Tourists escape injury

Four Taiwanese tourists were fortunate to escape injury after their rented camper van crashed and overturned on the Queenstown-Glenorchy road, near Wilson Bay, yesterday morning.

Perfect woman must have a sense of humour

Perfect woman must have a sense of humour

What three things would you take to a desert island populated only by the All Blacks?

No evidence illness from water supply

Queenstown's public health watchdog is hosing down social media claims linking stomach bugs with the resort's water supply.

Trout release boosts Moke Lake stocks

One of the Wakatipu area's most popular fishing spots, Moke Lake, received a boost yesterday with the release of 350 yearling rainbow trout.

TradeMe founder says sorry for burn-off

TradeMe founder says sorry for burn-off

The founder of TradeMe has apologised for a burn-off on a farm he owns near Wanaka, which choked the town in smoke yesterday afternoon.

Community detention after fatal crash

Community detention after fatal crash

A Queenstown man who admitted to causing a fatal head-on crash near Kaikoura has been sentenced to community detention.

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