Two Australian men were rescued from a remote track near
Queenstown last night after losing their way.
A former Wanaka Lakes Health Centre manager convicted of
stealing $730,000 had similar previous convictions, Judge
Christina Cook said yesterday.
Queenstown's historic steamship TSS Earnslaw has been caught
in a classification row which a planning expert says
increases its risk of sinking.
Queenstown will this week host one of its most adventurous
relays, honouring women in the resort's police force.
A decision on whether night skiing will start at Coronet Peak
on Friday will probably be made tomorrow.
A mother who kept her son's whereabouts from police 18 months
ago during an investigation into a kidnapping was yesterday
sentenced to 120 hours' community work by Judge Christina
Cook in the Queenstown District Court.
There will be high heels - and handbags - at noon tomorrow in
Queenstown during the 25th annual running of the Queens.
Street performer Milly Begley has more magic in store for the
Queenstown Winter Festival.
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