Otago Daily Times: Queenstown Lakes

Assault victim recovering well; co-accused named

Assault victim recovering well; co-accused named

A Wanaka man left fighting for his life after an attack in May is making good progress and will be released from hospital later this month, his father says.

First Kiwi to attempt X-Alps race

First Kiwi to attempt X-Alps race

Glenorchy athlete Nick Neynens will tomorrow become the first New Zealander to take part in a race across the Alps in Europe.

Slip closes track until next year

Slip closes track until next year

The Department of Conservation says ''nature is in charge'' when it comes to carving a new track through the Dart Valley - which will probably remain closed until next year.

Funds granted to repair trails

Funds granted to repair trails

More than $136,000 of Government funding has been granted to help fix four Otago trails damaged by bad weather.

Home detention for Marshall attacker

Home detention for Marshall attacker

The son of 'Black Widow' murderer Helen Milner, found guilty of punching and stomping former All Black Justin Marshall outside a Queenstown bar, has escaped jail.

Near Armageddon take rockquest honours

Near Armageddon take rockquest honours

Near Armageddon proved they still have the edge after being named this year's Central Otago winners of Smokefreerockquest for the second year in a row.

Trail links being investigated

Trail links being investigated

A dream of linking towns in the Queenstown Lakes and Central Otago districts by an off-road cycling and walking track is being considered by recreational organisations throughout the region.

First winter market held

First winter market held

The first winter market was held in Wanaka last night, as part of the new Light Up Wanaka festivities.

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