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27/04/2015

Web warning after chorus of complaints

Connection delays: Remarkable Physios

Communications giant Chorus admits it's dropped the ball over ultrafast broadband installation in Queenstown. The confession comes after a flood of complaints about the internet infrastructure provider from local commercial and residential customers, over service they call unacceptable. »»

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Brazz owner goes underground

Brazz owner goes underground

A massive late-night bar-restaurant will fill the basement of Queenstown's old Outside Sports building. Brazz owner Pete Jefford confirms his new »»

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Trustees resign, charity shuts doors

Trustees resign, charity shuts doors

A Queenstown charity has closed its doors because its Invercargill parent lost a major health contract.The Disabilities Resource Centre in Gorge Road »»

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Queenstown Business

Rees developer goes bust

Rees developer goes bust

Lindsay Singleton fronted one of Queenstown's swankiest hotel/apartment developments - now he's on the bones of his »»

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Queenstown Local Life

Let's use Hawaii for tax inspiration

OPINION: I've stayed out of the bed tax debate thus far.It's not that I don't have an opinion or five but more that it's such a complex issue and there are so many valid »»

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Queenstown Crime

Hensman left to sweat

Hensman left to sweat

A prominent Queenstown businessman charged over a motorcycle crash 16 months ago will have to wait until June to learn his »»

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Downhill daredevil's cash drive

Downhill daredevil's cash drive

A Queenstown downhill mountain biking champion is chasing funding to help her bid for world cup podium finishes this year. Alanna »»

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Queenstown fighter loses rematch

Queenstown fighter loses rematch

A fighter whom Queenstown boxer Richie Hadlow beat to win his national light welterweight title has exacted revenge. Commonwealth »»

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Coming Up EventsMovies

Curwood finds cure

Curwood finds cure

Not everyone is lucky enough to travel to London and bump into a music punk legend. Wanaka native Hannah Curwood, whose band »»

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Cat's out of the bag

Cat's out of the bag

WinterFest's opening night party will have a distinctly '80s flavour this year. Margaret Urlich, Annie Crummer and Debbie Harwood »»

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Will Queenstown cope with Air NZ's passenger influx?
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