Wanaka may have to think for itself when planning for the town's future educational needs, Queenstown Lakes District Council deputy mayor John S.Wilson believes.
More concerns have been raised about the Queenstown Lakes District Council capital works procurement policy.
Community guides are to be trialled in Queenstown in an effort to tackle late-night and alcohol-fuelled violence in the resort, it has been announced.
Superior Firewood manager Albert de Koning fears for the future of Queenstown's wood supply. Queenstown may soon be solely dependent on heavy trucks travelling long distances for its firewood supplies, after the resort's two remaining local suppliers were served with eviction notices.
Birthday girl Hazel Shanks could be forgiven for celebrating her 103rd year today with a spin around the block.
High-tech holograms could replace traditional Christmas decorations in Dunedin if the city's councillors have their way.
Tourists are staying away from Dunedin as the impact of high fuel prices continues to bite, new figures show.
Plans by a second Auckland-based daycare operator to expand into St Clair, Dunedin, have run into opposition from upset residents concerned about the noise.
Online bidding was frenetic when hundreds of North American Indian treasures in a Dunedin showroom went under the digital hammer yesterday.
Climate change is coming like a runaway freight train, bringing with it the triple blows of starvation, mass migration and war.
Crawling broadband speeds are costing businesses in Dunedin's burgeoning high-tech sector up to $35 million in lost revenue each year.
A budget shortfall of nearly $2 million is threatening plans to fix a series of "safety hotspots" on Otago Peninsula's winding roads.
The waters of Duncan Laing's old stamping ground - Dunedin's Moana Pool - will be stilled tomorrow afternoon as a mark of respect for the coaching great.
Frustrating detours could soon be at an end for pedestrians forced to do without Dunedin's 104-year-old railway overbridge.
Battered women wanting to escape violent partners in Dunedin can now receive financial support to relocate at-risk pets.
Dunedin's Fire Engine Restoration Society made its point in style during a presentation to city councillors yesterday.