A Queenstown guided walking company is the first major local tourism business to announce it’s insisting clients are fully vaccinated against Covid.
A prominent property overlooking Queenstown’s CBD has sold to a local buyer for $3.1 million plus GST.
An Environment Court judge this week approved two major golf resort zones near Arrowtown.
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A Queenstown hotelier is "really pessimistic" over the resort’s tourism prospects for the next three or four months.
A pending rent increase has sounded the death knell for Glenorchy’s Bold Peak Lodge.
A developer whose company is selling sections at Queenstown’s Ladies Mile for about $1.2 million-plus makes it clear it’s their "Plan B".
Queenstown cab bosses allege independent cabbies are ripping off customers and damaging the resort’s reputation.
For just over $6million, you could buy one of Queenstown Hill’s most famous houses.
Just over $6 million could buy you one of Queenstown Hill’s most famous houses.
Shadow treasurer Andrew Bayly believes the government should bulk-fund Queenstown through the Covid crisis to ensure the survival of key businesses and staff.
The vintage Kingston Flyer is officially back on track.
An Auckland investor has paid $17 million for Queenstown’s Bank of New Zealand building.
An expressions-of-interest campaign has been launched for a "premium" subdivision on a plateau above Queenstown’s Lake Hayes Estate and Shotover Country.
It’s time to saddle up. After a 22-year absence, the Wakatipu Rodeo Club’s hoping to make a comeback.
A Queenstowner who died of cancer last week is leaving millions of dollars to environmental, animal welfare and children’s charities.
A quick-thinking luge patroller in Queenstown has helped to save the life of a tourist going into cardiac arrest.
A cartoon creation of Queenstown landscape artist Ivan Clarke is going global.
In an incredible gesture that will save lives, a Queenstown retiree has donated an ambulance to St John.
After objections, a stop has been put to a Government-funded programme to eliminate wilding pines from a 35-hectare swathe bordering Queenstown’s Arthurs Point.