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22/11/2014
Councillor's motorhome trip will spark by-election

Councillor's motorhome trip will spark by-election

Arrowtown's lone representative at the Queenstown Lakes District Council table intends leaving »»

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QLDC: there’s no quake-prone buildings list

QLDC: there’s no quake-prone buildings list

Queenstown’s council says it can’t follow Dunedin’s lead and cough up a list of »»

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Queenstown's council faces poo penalties

Queenstown’s council faces enforcement action over sewer discharges into the Shotover River. The Otago Regional Council confirms it’s likely to take action over the Queenstown Lakes District Council’s multiple resource consent breaches over contaminant levels in the river. ORC »»

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Council vague on tired Queenstown bridge

Council vague on tired Queenstown bridge

Queenstown’s mayor says the council’s made no commitment as yet to maintain the old »»

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Short stay of execution likely for Queenstown cabins

Short stay of execution likely for Queenstown cabins

Queenstown Lakes District Council is considering a short stay of execution for an affordable »»

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Queenstown liquor ban extension not backed

Queenstown liquor ban extension not backed

A police call to extend the hours and areas in which alcohol is banned in the Queenstown Lakes »»

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Rezoning plans allow Monte Queeno

Rezoning plans allow Monte Queeno

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Court backs council refusal of Queenstown development

Court backs council refusal of Queenstown development

A residential subdivision planned for Queenstown, which "clearly flies in the face" of »»

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Council boss says meters should be built into Queenstown's new homes

Council boss Adam Feeley is gunning for water meters in all Queenstown homes – starting with new builds.  “It’s a question of time,” he tells Mountain Scene.  What controversy?  Council boss »»

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Call for Queenstown council to take over state highways

Call for Queenstown council to take over state highways

Queenstown’s council needs to manage highways running through the resort to solve traffic »»

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