Tracey Roxburgh

Car-nival school fundraiser on this weekend

All the fun of a fair will be combined with a car show in Queenstown this Saturday at Remarkables Primary School's Car-nival.

Pedalling in pink

Pedalling in pink

Sheena Haywood, of Queenstown, spent Friday morning on her bike in Arrowtown raising money for the 2014 Pink Ribbon Appeal.

New lounge opens at airport

New lounge opens at airport

Staff at Queenstown Airport's newest passenger lounge were kept busy yesterday, welcoming their first guests.

Lauder to sit on TIA board

Real Journeys chief executive Richard Lauder has been co-opted on to the Tourism Industry Association (TIA) board, the first company representative on the board since at least the mid-1990s.

Jet-boat driver stood down after 'ding'

The driver of a Shotover Jet boat which hit a rock in the top canyon of the Shotover River on Thursday has been stood down pending an investigation.

Jet-boat hits rock

Jet-boat hits rock

Maritime New Zealand is investigating an incident in which a Shotover Jet boat hit a rock in the Shotover River yesterday.

Doc serious about wilding pines

The wilding pines issue is being taken seriously by the Department of Conservation, as about 50,000ha of land in the South Island is affected by the problem annually.

Chefs taste victory

Five Queenstown chefs have their knives sharpened and are ready to impress as they chase the title of ''Premier master of fine cuisine'', organised by Silver Fern Farms.

Operators get more time

Operators get more time

Adventure tourism operators have been given a lifeline and a Government agency has relented.

Funding is a wish come true

Funding is a wish come true

The New Zealand Open's wish has been granted.