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We Love Wakatipu Inc commentary on QLDC meeting, 30 June 2021, on Queenstown Airport Corporation’s statement of intent (SOI) To provide some accountability for election hustings promises, WLW has gone back...

We Love Wakatipu Inc commentary, 25 August 2021 Here is Local Government Minister Nanaia Mahuta’s response to We Love Wakatipu Inc’s request for a Ministerial Review of council’s governance of QAC....

We Love Wakatipu Inc supporter John Hilhorst’s letter, 19 July, 2021 Another call has been made for government scrutiny of council leadership’s subversion of councillors’ authority to control QAC’s objectives and...

We Love Wakatipu Inc commentary, 13 July, 2021 We Love Wakatipu Inc has asked Local Government Minister Nanaia Mahuta to review our council’s governance of Queenstown Airport Corporation.  This comes after...

John Hilhorst letter, WLW commentary, 29th June, 2021 Today, QLDC was sent a second official complaint about continued untrue statements in the agenda item for tomorrow’s council meeting decision on Queenstown...

We Love Wakatipu Inc commentary, 27 June 2021 After three years of pointing out the QLDC executive team’s repeated misleading statements of councillors’ role and responsibility under the Local Government Act...

WLW comment, 3 May 2021 We Love Wakatipu Inc chair Cath Gilmour presented the following submission to the draft Spatial Plan hearing panel, comprising central government, Kai Tahu and QLDC representatives...

We Love Wakatipu Inc commentary, 4 December 2020 Great to hear from Cr Niamh Shaw, in response to our recent Facebook post, that full council will workshop their 2021 statement of...

21 Nov 2020 We Love Wakatipu Inc commentary re-QAC director Simon Flood’s response to councillor’s question, November 20, 2020 A seriously pertinent governance question was asked of QAC director Simon Flood...

We Love Wakatipu Inc commentary, 13 November 2020 Apart from Chamber of Commerce spokesman Craig Douglas and two small local scenic flight companies who mistakenly appeared to think QAC’s SOI would...