Otago Daily Times: Queenstown Lakes

Council may be forced out of CBD

Council may be forced out of CBD

The Queenstown Lakes District Council looks to be stuck between a rock and a hard place, as its Gorge Rd site is deemed not fit for purpose.

Inquiry irks Feeley

Inquiry irks Feeley

Ex-serious Fraud Office head Adam Feeley is ''frustrated and disappointed'' by an Auditor-general inquiry into his family trust's proposed subdivision near Arrowtown.

'It was a serious, serious blaze'

'It was a serious, serious blaze'

A unit of a former motel has been destroyed and another damaged by a fire in Arrowtown yesterday.

SHAs would swell school roll by 40%

SHAs would swell school roll by 40%

Arrowtown School's roll could rise by more than 40% by 2019 if four Special Housing Areas (SHA) proposed for the township proceed.

There's snow place like home

There's snow place like home

The Albert Town Camping Ground's half dozen camp sites - consisting of caravans, buses and even tents - are the semi-permanent homes of a small, but hardy group of people who say they are there for the lifestyle. Mark Price reports.

Clear sailing for extension

A proposal to extend the Wanaka Yacht and Power Boat Club building in Roys Bay appears set to clear another hurdle.

Fire at Arrowtown motel

Fire at Arrowtown motel

 A unit of a former motel has been destroyed and another damaged by a blaze in Arrowtown this afternoon.

Probe into Feeley housing bid

Probe into Feeley housing bid

The Auditor-General will investigate a special housing area bid by Queenstown Lakes District Council chief executive Adam Feeley's family trust.

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