Otago Daily Times: Queenstown Lakes

Hotel need 'tarnishing’ Queenstown's reputation

Hotel need 'tarnishing’ Queenstown's reputation

Queenstown's hotel shortage might be tarnishing New Zealand's reputation as a tourist destination.

Relief as trees to stay, for now

Relief as trees to stay, for now

They will not be moved - for now, at least.

More goes awry, 50kmh limit imposed

More goes awry, 50kmh limit imposed

Another non-injury car crash occurred on a gravel section of Ballantyne Rd yesterday morning.

Oldest just doesn’t want to be slowest

Oldest just doesn’t want to be slowest

AT 79 years of age, Garth Barfoot is not slowing down.

Chinese visitors dig deep in Wanaka

Chinese visitors are "spending up a storm'' in Wanaka.

Wanaka freeskier to carry flag for NZ at ceremony

Sixteen-year-old Wanaka freeskier Finn Bilous has been named flag bearer for the New Zealand team at the opening ceremony of the Youth Winter Olympic Games in Lillehammer, Norway, tomorrow (NZT).

Harvest hits a purple patch

Harvest hits a purple patch

Joth Hankinson (left), of Lowburn, and Tim Zeestraten, of Wanaka, harvest Grosso lavender at the Wanaka Lavender Farm.

Briefly taking skateboard nets burglary conviction

A Queenstown labourer who ran to help his father after he was sprayed in the face with weedkiller by neighbour Alistair Hey was yesterday found guilty of burgling Mr Hey's garage.

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