Police last night were still to find the person who caused a
bomb scare at Queenstown Airport yesterday.
Yellowheads could soon become extinct in parts of Mt Aspiring
National Park without a 1080 drop this year, the Department
of Conservation (Doc) says.
Thirteen people had to be roped down from a Queenstown ski
chairlift after 150kmh gusts blew through Coronet Peak.
Ladies Mile trees threatened with the chop were there before
the powerlines above them, campaigners say.
Police searching a plane at Queenstown Airport say they have
found no sign of any explosives after a note mentioning a
bomb was found on board.
Construction of the $22million Kawarau Falls bridge is making
visible progress, with a temporary platform jutting well into
the river from the southern bank.
Simple building more and more roads will not solve
Queenstown's congestion chaos, the district council's leader
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