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2/08/2015

Council investigating 'brothel' in suburbs

Brothel claim: Sex workers have allegedly set up shop within a stone's throw of St Joseph's church and school

Sex workers are allegedly operating from a brothel just 200 metres away from a Catholic church and primary school - flouting local laws. Three Asian prostitutes, all female, are understood to be servicing clients in a unit on Melbourne Street, near St Joseph's Catholic Church and school. »»

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Greens cite Queenstown history lesson

Greens cite Queenstown history lesson

The Green Party is citing Queenstown Lakes District Council’s experience with contracting-out as a reason why councils shouldn’t contract »»

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New Queenstown wine festival for spring

New Queenstown wine festival for spring

Queenstown and Central Otago will host a unique amongst-the-vines wine festival this spring. Queenstown wine enthusiast and event manager Bruce »»

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Queenstown Business

Wall-to-wall fashion

Wall-to-wall fashion

Chris Skyner's taking no prisoners. The former Queenstown resident - best known as Good Group's event manager - launched »»

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Queenstown Local Life

Apples cost tourists $67,000

Apples cost tourists $67,000

New Zealand is collecting tens of thousands of dollars in fines from overseas tourists carrying apples into Queenstown Airport. »»

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Queenstown Crime

Bigger brother is watching

Bigger brother is watching

Watch out Queenstown - bigger brother is watching you. CCTV cameras in Queenstown are now being monitored by police down the »»

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Rookie's Peak to Peak push

Rookie's Peak to Peak push

Multisport athlete Kat Bulk is a Peak to Peak virgin but the Queenstown newbie is ready for the challenge. Having completed »»

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Charging Stampede switch focus to final

Charging Stampede switch focus to final

Southern Stampede travel to Dunedin this weekend looking to maintain their momentum ahead of the league final. The »»

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Meet your Thriller in the Chiller fighters

Meet your Thriller in the Chiller fighters

  After six weeks of intense training, 20 Queenstowners have made the cut for Thriller in the Chiller 2015.  These are »»

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Coming Up EventsMovies

Sultan's sixties vibe

Sultan's sixties vibe

Canadian artist Mark Sultan's first musical memory was listening to I am the Walrus by The Beatles when he was three years old. »»

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