Otago Daily Times: Queenstown Lakes

District accord to build 1300 homes

District accord to build 1300 homes

Authorities have signed an agreement to have 1300 more homes built in the Queenstown Lakes district in the next three years.

Supreme Court to hear case

Supreme Court to hear case

Crown Law has urged the Supreme Court to accept ''Tindallgate'' bouncer Jonathan Dixon's appeal, to fix a precedent-setting decision about stolen digital files.

Call to go easy on pair in Mt Tasman rescue

Two Queenstown climbers flown off Mt Tasman on Wednesday had faced a difficult ''judgement call'' and do not deserve criticism, an alpine rescue leader says.

Capsized kayakers rescued from cold

Two kayakers were rescued after capsizing in windy conditions on Lake Wanaka yesterday morning.

Negotiations continuing

Negotiantions are continuing over a piece of land sought for conservation purposes on the banks of the Clutha River near Luggate.

'Tindallgate' bouncer wins appeal

'Tindallgate' bouncer wins appeal

"Tindallgate" bouncer Jonathan Dixon has been granted an appeal to the Supreme Court.

Burn-off could send TradeMe founder to court

Burn-off could send TradeMe founder to court

A prosecution could be in the wind for the owner of Wanaka's Hillend Station, TradeMe founder Sam Morgan, after a burn-off on his property on Tuesday blanketed the town in smoke.

Perfect woman must have a sense of humour

Perfect woman must have a sense of humour

What three things would you take to a desert island populated only by the All Blacks?

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