Tracey Roxburgh

‘We haven’t let him just get away with it’

‘We haven’t let him just get away with it’

Lindsay Richards estimates he has been fleeced out of about $US100,000 ($NZ148,000) by convicted fraudster Kerry Christian.

Ziptrek applies for costs

Ziptrek Ecotours is seeking more than $84,000 from Skyline Enterprises and the Queenstown Lakes District Council.

‘Glamping’ offered at Mrs Woolley’s

‘Glamping’ offered at Mrs Woolley’s

A pop-up camping ground has been established in Glenorchy to cater to holidaymakers over the summer period while the new Camp Glenorchy is under construction.

'Comeback Kiwi' to tell of adventures

'Comeback Kiwi' to tell of adventures

He's known in European paragliding circles as the "comeback Kiwi''.

Roundabouts to come into operation

Roundabouts to come into operation

The bright orange cones which have cluttered part of State Highway 6 near Queenstown for almost a year will be largely gone by the end of this week.

Concerns drove helicopter appeal

Concerns drove helicopter appeal

The founder of a Queenstown tourism business said he had ‘‘no other option'' but to appeal an Environment Court decision relating to helicopter landings at Bobs Peak.

Chance to pelt people with coloured powder

Chance to pelt people with coloured powder

Queenstowners will be able to pelt each other with powder next year during the resort's inaugural Colour Burst Run.

Council clampdown on illegal camping

Freedom clamping is about to begin in the Lakes district.

New cafe simply the best

New cafe simply the best

Just six months after opening, a Queenstown cafe has been named New Zealand's best.

Film office being reviewed

Film office being reviewed

The Otago Southland Film Office is under review.