Otago Daily Times: Queenstown Lakes

Grave fears for missing woman

Grave fears for missing woman

Queenstown police hold grave fears for the safety a Hong Kong woman who has not been seen or heard from since last Saturday.

No action over 'leaky' school

No action over 'leaky' school

The Ministry of Education will not pursue legal action over Arrowtown School's ''leaky'' buildings.

Counters of dead white tails wanted

Counters of dead white tails wanted

Southern Lakes deerstalkers concerned about white tail deer in the Glenorchy area, at the head of Lake Wakatipu, are being asked to volunteer to count dead animals following the Department of Conservation's drop of 1080 poison there.

Sunny smiles from new citizens

Sunny smiles from new citizens

Queenstown's most recent New Zealand citizens enjoyed some sunshine after their citizenship ceremony at the Queenstown Lakes District Council last week.

Home-town hero Wells bags 3rd in Freeski Open

Home-town hero Wells bags 3rd in Freeski Open

Wanaka-based New Zealand Winter Olympian Jossi Wells had to settle for third behind a Brit and a Swiss at yesterday's men's section of the Freeski Open of New Zealand held at the Cardrona Alpine Resort.

Airport traffic continues to grow

Airport traffic continues to grow

Queenstown Airport is New Zealand's fourth-busiest, hosting 1.25 million passengers in the 2013-14 financial year.

Subway mulling new stores after closure

Subway mulling new stores after closure

Subway is considering opening two new Wakatipu stores, after its sudden exit from Terrace Junction in June.

Judge says no court photos

A judge has declined media requests to take photos of a Queenstown police officer defending an offensive language charge.

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