Arthurs Point

Residents have been warned if they don't fight a planned 89-lot housing development in Queenstown's Arthurs Point, the area will be "divided and conquered". The Arthurs Point Community Association held a meeting last night to discuss the proposed development in...

Arthurs Point fury

An advertising guru has blown the whistle on a planned subdivision in Queenstown's Arthurs Point. M&C Saatchi Australian boss and former worldwide chairman Tom Dery fears an 89-lot housing development overlooking the Shotover River will degrade an iconic landscape. Dery, who...
Arthurs Point's new local, Canyon Food Brew Co., opened its doors last Wednesday. Tracey Roxburgh talks to the man behind the beer – a dancer, turned mechanical engineer, turned award-winning brewer HE'S fleet of foot and a vanguard with the...
Arthurs Point residents have slammed proposals to build an "intrusive" heli-pad near their rural homes. Gertrude's Saddlery Ltd has applied for resource consent for a landing pad to be built on its land in Atley Road. It would be used for...

Terraced housing on market

European-style terraced housing is being marketed at Queenstown's Arthurs Point. It's stage three of the Bullendale Special Housing Area (SHA), following the sell-out of 27 stage one and two townhouses. Stage three, The Alpine Terraces, comprises 34 terraced-style homes. Fourteen were launched...

Animal stoush

Three dead sheep, two attacked ponies, one euthanised dog and two heartbroken, neighbouring Arthurs Point families. On Monday morning, Charlotte Meddings' family woke to find their pet sheep Madeline had been killed. Their two other sheep were at death's door and...
An Auckland-based Chinese developer is proposing a huge hotel and serviced apartment complex at the eastern edge of Queenstown's Arthurs Point. Shuguang Li's company '182 Arthurs Point Ltd' has applied for a resource consent for the 2.15-hectare site between Arthurs...
A developer has started building a $15 million apartment complex at Queenstown's Arthurs Point after achieving phenomenal pre-sales. Aedifice Queenstown Ltd, owned by local Tim Medland and two New Zealand-resident French partners, last year bought the 1.18 hectare site, between...
In pain and bleeding, Queenstowner Dan Turner dragged himself out of his crashed ute and carried the tourist who had just hit him head-on away from her burning car. The 32-year-old, who was seriously injured in yesterday's early-morning crash, says...

Peak to peak, sans paddle

A Queenstowner had to be helped from Lake Wakatipu last Saturday because he couldn't feel his feet after a 5km swim in the ice-cold water. And Lucas Fornes still had a 9km run and 9km uphill cycle ahead of him. The...
A local developer is about to start selling Queenstown apartments and sections with stunning Shotover River delta views. Aedifice Queenstown Ltd, owned by local Tim Medland and two New Zealand resident French partners, is developing La Residence du Parc on a...

Remarkable ring find

A Queenstown hubby has miraculously found his lost wedding ring on the Remarkables mountains using a borrowed metal detector. Julian Fuchs calls the search a needle-in-a-haystack mission – but it was more a case of a ring-under-a-tussock, ironically at one...
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