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Council reviews property portfolio

Council reviews property portfolio

Council-owned heritage buildings in the Queenstown Lakes district, including much-photographed historic miners' cottages in Arrowtown, are worth more than $5.2 million, according to government valuations.

Developing the Korea connection

Developing the Korea connection

With his entourage standing by, the mayor of the South Korean city of Ulsan laid a wreath at Queenstown's Anzac war memorial yesterday.

'Impossible to say' who will lose jobs

'Impossible to say' who will lose jobs

Queenstown Lakes District Council chief executive Adam Feeley says he is unable to say how many people will lose their jobs with the council through the current restructuring.

40 jobs lost at QLDC

40 jobs lost at QLDC

More than 100 staff from the Queenstown Lakes District Council and its two former council-controlled organisations are directly affected by yesterday's ''disestablishment'' of about 40 full-time equivalent positions.

QLDC appoints transition manager

QLDC appoints transition manager

One Queenstown resident has been recruited for a position created out of the Queenstown Lakes District Council shake-up.

Tension over library services

The Wanaka group opposing changes to library services proposed in a report to the Queenstown Lakes District Council has taken the council to task for refusing to consult the public.

At last, life in the fast lane

At last, life in the fast lane

It has taken almost four years and has cost the Queenstown Lakes District Council more than $137,000, but Lakes Leisure's fast hydroslide at Alpine Aqualand has finally reopened - and the thrill-seekers are pleased.

No details on Dobbie payout

Queenstown Lakes District Council chief executive Adam Feeley has declined to disclose the details of a payout to former Lakes Environmental chief executive Hamish Dobbie, who resigned from his position this month.

Submissions close, decision on April 30

Submissions on the Queenstown Lakes District Council's draft consultation report of its organisational review, which proposes some jobs will go, closed yesterday with 53 submissions received.

Council strategy aims to attract more events

Queenstown needs to attract and invest in more events, according to the Queenstown Lakes District Council's latest events strategy, which was adopted by councillors last week.

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