Otago Daily Times: Queenstown Lakes

Bomb scare disrupts airport

Bomb scare disrupts airport

Police last night were still to find the person who caused a bomb scare at Queenstown Airport yesterday.

Snow falls thrill new Snow Farm boss

Snow falls thrill new Snow Farm boss The Snow Farm on the Pisa Range finally opened last week after more than a month's delay caused by lack of snow.

 

1080 vital tool, Doc says

1080 vital tool, Doc says

Yellowheads could soon become extinct in parts of Mt Aspiring National Park without a 1080 drop this year, the Department of Conservation (Doc) says.

Stranded skiers rescued from chairlift

Stranded skiers rescued from chairlift

Thirteen people had to be roped down from a Queenstown ski chairlift after 150kmh gusts blew through Coronet Peak.

Trees there first: affidavit

Ladies Mile trees threatened with the chop were there before the powerlines above them, campaigners say.

Queenstown Airport reopens after bomb threat

Queenstown Airport reopens after bomb threat

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.

Bridge construction proceeds with abutment pile drilling

Bridge construction proceeds with abutment pile drilling

Construction of the $22million Kawarau Falls bridge is making visible progress, with a temporary platform jutting well into the river from the southern bank.

Good public transport key to congestion

Simple building more and more roads will not solve Queenstown's congestion chaos, the district council's leader says.

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