Otago Daily Times: Queenstown Lakes

Principal satisfied with leader's actions

Principal satisfied with leader's actions

A Southland high school principal has expressed ''absolute confidence'' in the leader of a tramping party after a pupil went missing in the Greenstone and Caples Valleys north of Queenstown this week.

Police seek suspension of certificate

Police have applied to have the certificate of a general manager who sold alcohol to two teenagers last year suspended.

Trees near resort to die

Plans are afoot to stop wilding pines advancing further to the West Coast, which will involve a $1.4 million project in Queenstown this summer, focusing on Ben Lomond.

The proof is in the sound

The proof is in the sound

A new fully equipped recording studio will be launched at a function in Wanaka tonight.

'Difficult' law likely to change

The Alcohol and Regulatory Licensing Authority has suggested some amendments to ''one of the most horrendously difficult pieces of legislation'' a judge had ''ever seen''.

Moke Lake investment approved

A new luxury lodge will be developed near Queenstown following Overseas Investment Office (OIO) approval.

Missing tramper found near Queenstown

A teenage girl has been located after she went missing while tramping near Queenstown earlier this week.

Licence suspended 48 hours

Licence suspended 48 hours

A Queenstown restaurant and bar has had its licence suspended for 48 hours by the Alcohol and Regulatory Licensing Authority.

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