Otago Daily Times: Queenstown Lakes

Property developer fails in legal bid

Property developer fails in legal bid

One of the two property developers vying to have the Wanaka community swimming pool built in their part of the town has failed in a legal bid to have a public consultation document amended.

Marking site's century, 30 years' wine

Marking site's century, 30 years' wine

The culmination of 30 years of winemaking and 100 years on the land will be celebrated in Wanaka this weekend with the release of Rippon Vineyard's 2012 pinot noir.

No plans for air passenger service

Queenstown airport might be struggling to keep up with increased demand but that does not mean passengers are likely to be offered flights to Wanaka Airport soon.

CARnival raises $19,000

CARnival raises $19,000

Queenstown sisters (from left) Scarlett (9), Sophie (6) and Bella (7) Taylor inspect the cars at Remarkables Primary School's CARnival on Saturday.

Boys have the write stuff

Boys have the write stuff

Poems written by three Queenstown children will form part of a public poetry reading in the Wakatipu next week.

Man to pay $745 for camera

Man to pay $745 for camera

A Queenstown roofer who stared into a CCTV camera before vandalising it was yesterday sentenced to 80 hours' community work and ordered to pay $745.43 in reparation.

US treat now available here

US treat now available here

Crocky's Cold Brew Coffee Concentrate is ready to go to market.

Body believed to be missing woman

Body believed to be missing woman

Police have confirmed a body found on Queenstown Hill is believed to be missing Hong Kong woman Kwei Ying Wong.

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