Queenstown police say those involved in a crash on State
Highway 6 at the Devils Staircase yesterday are lucky to be
Two Queenstown businesses were last night recognised at the
annual Tourism Industry Awards in Auckland, attended by more
than 300 people.
Police say they were searching for a car involved in a crash
near Queenstown this morning because of complaints about
Queenstown police arrested one man and are searching for
another after an incident at the Camp St McDonald's early
The Chinese driver of a van which crashed near Wanaka last
year, killing three people, might have had as little as 20
minutes' experience driving on New Zealand roads.
An 11-year veteran of Wakatipu conservation has left
Queenstown to take on one of the country's biggest jobs.
Wanaka's newest adventure tourism option is taking shape up a
valley 600m from Mt Aspiring Rd.
The number of Department of Conservation (Doc) staff working
in Queenstown is unchanged after the department's latest
restructuring round, which took effect last week.
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