Queenstown paper puts names of 100 people on front page amid concern the town, which attracts 2 million tourists a year, is bucking drink-drive trend

A newspaper in New Zealand has taken a stance against drunk drivers by printing their names on its front page, in response to what it calls an “epidemic” of the crime.

The Mountain Scene is a weekly newspaper for the small but booming South Island town of Queenstown, which has about 30,000 permanent residents and up to two million tourists every year.

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