Gorge Road

By PHILIP CHANDLER Seems if you want your home or business premises to win an award, call an Arrowtown female architect. The only architectural practices to win more than one award for new projects at this year’s New Zealand Institute of...

Thieves come clean

By TRACEY ROXBURGH All but one of the four people who stole items from outside Queenstown’s Hospice Shop late last month have had an attack of conscience. As reported in last week’s Mountain Scene, well-meaning Queenstowners dropped items off outside the Gorge Road...
By TRACEY ROXBURGH How low can you go? Four thieves have been captured on camera nicking skis, poles — and a kettle — which have a combined conservative value of $800 from outside Hospice Shop Queenstown on Sunday. Store manager John ‘Boggy’...
A likeable, quick-witted, occasionally out-landish long-time local, spiky-haired Grant Stewart's best known for his former broad-casting career. He's also an experienced pilot who's returning to the air now his job's been disestablished. PHILIP CHANDLER looks at the 58-year-old's varied career  If anyone typifies...
By HUGH COLLINS A trio of Queenstown production and entertainment companies have taken live streaming to a $30,000 calibre. Industrial Sessions launched its first stream on Wednesday night with a performance from Queenstown's very own up-and-coming singer-songwriter, Sofia Machray. The show was...
OPINION: The government's almost militaristic fast-track for new houses might be guilty of mission creep in Queenstown, writes David Williams. On Monday, Queenstown's council innocuously announced it was re-opening feedback for its Gorge Road special housing area – which allows developers...
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