Otago Daily Times: Queenstown Lakes

Airport governance options to be investigated

Airport governance options to be investigated

Future governance options for Wanaka Airport will be investigated, but Queenstown Lakes District Council chief executive Mike Theeland says it is a "starting point''.

Goods stolen from hospice

Goods stolen from hospice

Not even the Upper Clutha Hospice Shop is immune from shoplifting.

Council shuts off youth camp option

A youth camping ground for 18 to 25-year-olds, over the Christmas period, at Queenstown Lakeview Holiday Park will not go ahead this year.

Millions invested to make Treble Cone better

Treble Cone Skifield has released a list of improvements being made to the field before the start of the 2016 ski season on June 23.

Volunteers vital to show

Volunteers at last month's Warbirds Over Wanaka International Airshow gave just under 10,000 hours of their time, saving the airshow up to $150,000.

Increasing planning fees rejected

Increasing planning fees rejected

Queenstown Lakes Mayor Vanessa van Uden yesterday voted against adopting a proposal to increase council planning fees and charges.

Road safety, access improvements set to start

Work on bus stop, walking and cycling improvements along Frankton Rd, expected to cost about $150,000, will begin on Monday.

'Emergency chlorination' of water

A possum in the Lake Hawea reservoir has led to "emergency chlorination'' being put in place for a small part of the township's water supply.

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