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Warren Park depot plan

By GUY WILLIAMS Queenstown's council has applied to itself for consent to use a chunk of Warren Park as a construction base for major transport and ‘shovel-ready’ projects until the end of 2024. The land use consent application states that if...

Boutique A’town subdivision

By PHILIP CHANDLER House builds are underway in what’s probably central Arrowtown’s last residential subdivision. Three Mayors Ridge — named after three generations of the Reid family who were mayors of the former Arrowtown borough — has been developed by the...
By PHILIP CHANDLER Coming on top of Covid border closures, some retailers fear an impending dig-up of Queenstown’s town centre could put them under. Council’s about to start a $60 million CBD street upgrade — a ‘shovel-ready’ project it’s co-funding with...

Lake Hayes’ $1m kickstarter

By GUY WILLIAMS A local iwi charity’s been given $1 million by philanthropist Rod Drury to get started on a long-planned project to clean up Queenstown’s Lake Hayes. Mana Tahuna chief executive Mike Rewi says the money’s paying for the new...
By GUY WILLIAMS Storm damage to a vast stand of pines in Kelvin Heights' Jardine Park means a community-driven landscape plan for the area will start with a cleaner slate. For the past five weeks, a City Hall forestry contractor's been...
A dozen Queenstown homeowners have been given 28 days to comply with fencing rules - or face fines of up to $750 a day. Queenstown council's enforcement officers initially identified 55 homes in Shotover Country with unlawful fencing. The subdivision's resource...
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