Otago Daily Times: Queenstown Lakes

Queenstown businesses breach employment standards

Queenstown businesses breach employment standards

Fifteen Queenstown employers have been found breaching employment standards.

Wanaka set to lose officers

Wanaka set to lose officers

Wanaka is set to lose its police senior sergeant position and also a rural community constable job in a restructuring of the Otago rural policing area.

'Sore as hell', but up on cloud nine

'Sore as hell', but up on cloud nine

You know it is a tough marathon when you are handed a survival blanket 14km from the finish.

Bitcoin system put in context

The first conference in New Zealand about digital currency bitcoin will be held in Queenstown this weekend.

Last of unclaimed miners land sold

The last of the Cardrona Valley's abandoned goldmining sections has sold, years after a search began to trace descendants of the land's original owners.

Sections being snapped up

The last available sections in Wanaka's sought-after Meadowstone subdivision are being snapped up following their release last week, 20 years after the development's launch.

Jail warning for teenager

A Queenstown teenager was told by justice of the peace Vicki Buckham in the Queenstown District Court yesterday that if he breached his bail again ''prison is where you're headed for''.

New treatment system

Arrowtown has a new water treatment system.

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