A Chinese tourist driver who nearly collided with a police
car in Queenstown yesterday also had an unrestrained child in
The husband of the woman behind Wanaka's proposed 1500-lot
Northlake subdivision has warned against placing control of
the town's land supply ''in the hands of one man''.
A commissioner's decision to refuse consent for a
family-owned subdivision on the western shoreline of Lake
Wanaka will be appealed to the Environment Court.
An English tourist fined yesterday for driving at 178kmh
teaches driving skills to English police officers.
An English tourist fined in Queenstown today for driving at
178kmh teaches driving skills to English police officers.
Members of the Wanaka Volunteer
Fire Brigade are mourning the loss of one of their own.
The question of whether Wanaka needs another 1500 sections
''goes to the heart'' of an Environment Court appeal being
heard in Wanaka this week.
Neighbours of an Albert Town walking and cycling track which
is slumping on to a busy road below say the growing risk to
the public and nearby properties requires urgent attention.
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