In this week's Wakatipu Echo, New Zealand Hotel Council Queenstown regional chairwoman Penny Clark, of Goldridge Resort, puts the spotlight on one of Queenstown's biggest marketing opportunities to date - Trenz.
In this week's Wakatipu Echo, Queenstown Lakes Mayor Vanessa van Uden encourages the community to contribute to discussions about the district's future through the Shaping Our Future forums, beginning this month with Economic Future and Events forums.
Queenstown's economic powerhouse is concerned public services will be compromised if the Queenstown Lakes District Council swings its debt-cutting axe too heavily. Chief executive Ann Lockhart also outlines the busy year of business development ahead for the Queenstown Chamber of Commerce, including an address by Prime Minister John Key, in this week's Wakatipu Echo.
Queenstown police attend about 150 family violence incidents a year. Sadly, that number is not an accurate reflection of what occurs behind closed doors in our town, with family violence co-ordinator Sergeant Keith Newell estimating reported incidents represent about 10% of the total. In this week's Wakatipu Echo, Sgt Newell gives a police perspective on domestic and family violence in our community.
There is never a dull moment at Queenstown Airport, as chief executive Steve Sanderson explains in this week's Wakatipu Echo - with an incredible amount achieved in the past 12 months and even more to do in the next.
In this week's Wakatipu Echo, Wakatipu High School board of trustees head of communications Greg Turner outlines what the school is doing to tackle bullying head on, despite a funding shortfall from the Government.
In this week's Wakatipu Echo, Queenstown Lakes District Council chief executive Debra Lawson looks at one of the biggest issues facing the district - water and what can be done to conserve it.