Otago Daily Times: Queenstown Lakes

Policewoman found guilty; remanded

Policewoman found guilty; remanded

A Queenstown policewoman did not deliberately lie under oath, Judge Tony Couch said yesterday.

Nitrogen study funded

Environment Minister Amy Adams has announced funding of $125,000 to support an Otago Regional Council study to measure nitrogen leaching in the catchments of lakes Hawea, Wanaka and Wakatipu.

Queenstown policewoman found guilty

Queenstown policewoman found guilty

A Queenstown policewoman accused of racially abusing a taxi driver in the resort last year has been found guilty.

Concept plans; now for the money

Concept plans; now for the money

The Wanaka Community House Trust might still have $2.8 million of fund-raising to do, but chairwoman Dame Sukhi Turner hopes a start on the building can be made next year.

Policewoman denies abuse

Policewoman denies abuse

A police officer denies allegations she racially abused a taxi driver in Queenstown last year while affected by a cocktail of prescription drugs and alcohol.

Claims outside limitation period

Claims outside limitation period

A Queenstown law firm is surprised at the attention given to a legal battle over a top luxury lodge.

Event puts $95,000 in the bag

Event puts $95,000 in the bag

Wakatipu High School supporters have chosen the money over the bag, raising $95,000 at an event held in a hardware store.

Coastguard base start in limbo until more funds raised

Coastguard base start in limbo until more funds raised

A two-year fundraising effort by Coastguard Queenstown towards building a new operations base has passed the three-quarter mark, but time is running out for the project.

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