Stanley Street

Drink-driving discharges

By GUY WILLIAMS A Dunedin nursing student was one of two women who escaped convictions for drink-driving after appearing before Community Magistrate Simon Heale in Queenstown’s court. Isabelle Anne Bradley, 19, admitted drink-driving in Sydney Street on June 28 with a breath-alcohol...

Artful shredders

By MATTHEW MCKEW Old snowboards are being given a new lease of life as canvases for artists to get creative with and raise money for charity. For a third year running, NZ Shred has teamed up with the Queenstown Arts Centre...
By GUY WILLIAMS Opening a new hotel in post-Covid Queenstown sounds like a challenge, but the owners of the Holiday Inn Express are confident about the future. The 227-room Holiday Inn Express, in Stanley Street, opens its doors next Friday at a...
Only a couple of months ago the Southern Lakes region was riding high on the back of a thriving tourism industry. The burgeoning tourist sector, growing population and construction industry had created a prosperous time for the region. Mass tourism...
Anyone born or who gave birth at Queenstown's former maternity hospital is invited to a group photo on April 8. The Sydney Street building – about to make way for a Holiday Inn Express hotel – was the town's maternity...

History reduced to rubble

A landmark villa that stood above the Queenstown CBD for more than a century was bowled last month. Fronting the Stanley Street entrance to town, the tree-lined property was well-known as the home and surgery of Dr Bill Anderson –...

History reduced to rubble

A Landmark villa that stood above the Queenstown CBD for more than a century was bowled last week. Fronting the Stanley Street entrance to town, the tree-lined property was well-known as the home and surgery of Dr Bill Anderson –...
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