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Rocket – A New Board for the Surfing Lawyer

Summer is coming and the sea is beckoning all Boaties, Surfers, Swimmers and Fisherman. This year QCL have helped Marguerite with a new competition board. Check out the picture of Rocket & Marguerite. Now she is out practicing & getting ready for another year of competition on the Womans Masters Surfing circuit.  When I ask Marguerite about […]

Marty Grant & the Nelson Eagles Softball Club Little League

Dear Marcus and Queen City Law, I would like to thank your ever so much for your support of the Nelson Eagles Softball Club Little League team that traveled to the South Island Grand Prix Club Finals in Christchurch. The have had a very successful season which culminated in us winning 7 games in a […]

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2015 NZ – Korean Baseball Tournment

Queen City Law are proud to present the NZ-Korean Baseball tournament 03-05 April 2015. Its a three day Baseball tournament with some of the most exciting Korean Baseball talents in Australasia – there will be teams from Auckland Sydney and Wellington. All teams will play in pool play on the first two days with the semifinals […]

Queen City Law – Tough Guys & Tough Girls 2014

When:Saturday 09 Aug 2014 What:Tough Guy and Gal Challenge Where: Lakes Ranch, Rotorua  6K Mud Run, Obstacle Course The Queen City Law Tough Girls, Hazel and Sophie, competed in the Tough Guy and Tough Girl Challenge held in Rotorua on a course of 6kms up and down the rolling country hills. The course includes water trails, a spiders web net […]

National Surfing Champs Gisborne 2014

Well done QCL sponsored surfer Marguerite Vujcich, an awesome result of 4th in the Senior womans. She entered every event she could at the NewZealand surfing championships in Gisborne last week We were all disappointed to find that the bodyboarding event had been cut from the competition. Not that the 54-year-old super-achiever is one to complain.“It has been wonderful […]

Return to surf ‘was a rush like healing’ – Marguerite Vujcich Article

NAPIER-based surfer Marguerite Vujcich sponsored by Queen City Law, competed at the New Zealand surfing championships in Gisborne last week and it looks like Marguerite made the local paper with this story appearing in the Gisborne Herald on Monday January 20th. Heres an extract from the article by Mark Peters: Return to surf ‘was a […]

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Surfing New Zealand Nationals – Gisborne, January

January 2014! Summer is here and the best place to be in New Zealand during  January is the beach. The water is warm and because New Zealand is a narrow ribbon of land you can access two very different oceans in one day. No wonder Marguerite placed 1st in the North Island open Womans body boarding […]

The New Zealand Korean baseball tournament 03-05 January

  Queen City Law are proud to present the NZ-Korean Baseball tournament 03-05 January 2014. Queen City Law are pleased to be able to support this exciting international tournament and to continue fostering good relations between Korea and New Zealand, we have a staff of property, commercial and immigration lawyers who speak Korean, Mandarin, and […]

2013 RAW Australasian National – Marguerite 4th in Masters

Well done Marguerite from everyone at Queen City Law, NZ winner and no 4 in Aussie. Marguerite brought home two trophies for fourth place in the Grand Masters and Open Womans divisions.  It was the first time a woman had entered the Grand Masters.  She also entered the Rebel Pro Open Womans and came third. […]

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OCOC – Our Children, Our Community

Children are the future of our society and Queen City law are proud to support the Our Children Our Community (OCOC) project. OCOC aims to produce a fun and inspiring event to children of our community particularly those from the disadvantaged families, to help build a sense of pride in their future. This is essentially a […]