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In spite of a potentially crippling crisis there is to be no external audit of QLDC
Staff say the council cannot continue day to day operations
With fewer overseas workers in NZ - the ski industry needs locals
No new community cases of Covid-19 today
Three new community Covid cases but no Auckland level change
Two siblings of latest Covid case test positive
New positive community case of Covid 19, Ministry of Health confirms
Auckland will join the rest of the country on Alert Level 1
Queenstown businesses close down as Covid effects hit home
Smelter stockpiles 100,000 tonnes of hazardous waste near beach
Up to 800,000 New Zealanders may have increased bowel cancer risk due to nitrates in water
Border workers receive first Covid vaccinations
Some foreign visitors given temporary reprieve with extension
Changes needed to ensure tourism less harmful to environment - Upton
Auckland to drop to alert level 2, rest of NZ to level 1, at midnight
Porteous received an impressive score of 93.75 for his winning run.
Northlake's developer says they're doing everything possible to manage dust
The research confirms earlier findings from 2019
The 65-hectare Willows Basin will be lift-accessible this winter.
Crux asked ten councillors for comment - but only two had anything to say
Airline prepares post-COVID travel health credentials
James Haskard has taken Southern Lens to a level rarely seen in regional productions.
WSG asks PM to address "grave concerns over climate change."
Wanaka's Rob Cram is preserving a dying art - and bringing in domestic tourists
Is the $19 million "upgrade" of Beach Street really worth it?
It is almost a month since Crux published a definitive analysis of QLDC's $...
Landlords unwilling to renegotiate leases, fewer locals coming into Queenst...
QLDC has called an extraordinary meeting for 9.00 am Thursday morning (Febr...
A report released today by unnamed QLDC managers into the payment of $630,0...
Following a year long investigation into $630,000 of payments made by QLDC ...
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