Affordable housing in Queenstown is being held back by costly
tax and council bills.
The air traffic management industry's largest event in the
Asia Pacific region is winging its way to Queenstown this
A paraplegic man who died in a house fire at Albert Town was
likely to have been woken by a smoke alarm but was unable to
get out of bed, a fire investigator told an inquest
lighting project which paves the way for night flights at
Queenstown airport was officially unveiled by Transport
Minister Simon Bridges yesterday evening.
A month after police appealed for fresh information about a
man whose disappearance eight years ago sparked speculation
he had faked his own death, detectives now think it's "more
than likely" he is dead.
Almost a dozen more tree species are likely to be prohibited
from being planted anywhere in the Queenstown Lakes District.
Potential parking problems could decide the fate of the
proposed Wanaka Community House.
The wreckage of a chopper that crashed near the Lindis Pass
at the weekend, killing a Southland man, has today been
lifted off the mountain as investigators seek clues to the
cause of the accident.
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