Queenstown Lakes Mayor Vanessa van Uden has admitted the
council's special housing policy failed to meet her
Rental van companies may yet be required to collect the
unpaid freedom camping fines of their customers on behalf of
Wanaka residents have until October 19 to say whether they
want pay and display parking machines.
A zipline company's 11th hour appeal has stymied Skyline
Enterprises plans for a competing business in the same area -
for now, at least.
It has been a big week for the group behind a proposed
watersports building on the Lake Wanaka shore.
Queenstown's primary council building could potentially
suffer a ''brittle collapse'' - similar to Canterbury's CTV
building - in a major earthquake, councillors were told
A long running legal battle between rival Queenstown jet boat
companies has gone another round in court.
The Environment Court has approved the Northlake subdivision
in Wanaka which will eventually increase the number of houses
in the town by a third.
Queenstown residents pushing for the new Kawarau River bridge
to be built downstream say the council's stance is ''absolute
The Queenstown Lakes District Council appears to be ignoring
advice from a senior manager and consultants, recommending
the Arrowtown's community hall not be strengthened to advised
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