The company granted consent in December for a series of zip lines and a bungy jump over the Ox Burn gorge in Glenorchy has now applied to extend the length of the cable system.
Canterbury Red Devils captain Hayden Argyle will tonight face a disciplinary tribunal following an incident that left a Southern Stampede player unconscious.
People are being urged to put bait and traps in their ceilings if rodent infestations are suspected, after a historic home near Queenstown was destroyed by fire on Sunday.
Fire safety investigators and an electrical specialist will examine an ''area of interest'' in the ceiling of the historic Lower Shotover Rd house which was partly destroyed by fire on Sunday morning.
Ice hockey has a reputation as a physical sport, but Southern Stampede players say an incident that left Canadian import Matt Schneider sprawled on the ice on Sunday night was unacceptable.
Jacks Point might soon offer Queenstown's newest tourism activity, enabling participants to ride inside an inflatable ball down a hill.
A shocking attack on the Southern Stampede's star player, Matt Schneider, has left the Queenstown ice hockey team fuming.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council has been reminded that ''we do not all play netball, rugby and cricket''.
Proponents of a scaled-back Arrowtown residential development now hold the ball following an interim decision issued by the Environment Court.
Warmer weather has followed the cold snap which left Queenstown coated in ice last week.
Queenstown-born and raised Aston Brookes (21) has returned to the resort as a qualified arborist and as hungry as ever for a gold medal in the New Zealand Ice Hockey League.
Uncertainty hangs over road funding in Queenstown Lakes district, which could be short-changed by up to $1.4 million.
In just four hours, Queenstown police issued fines totalling $4700 to drivers using cellphones and to people in vehicles not wearing seat belts.
He has called Queenstown home for 12 years but North Island brown kiwi Nyoni left the resort yesterday for a North Island sanctuary.
Five years ago, the Queenstown Lakes District Council was spending more than $17 million annually on consultants.
New knight and Southern Lakes Helicopters pilot Richard ''Hannibal'' Hayes seldom knows exactly what is next on the horizon.
The frost on parts of Frankton Rd, in Queenstown, does not disappear even during daylight hours at this time of year in Queenstown.
The Wakatipu Youth Trust, which runs the Youth Booth, desperately needs more funding or staff numbers could be cut back.
Family concerns about the lack of shade for children at the Lakes Hayes Estate playground have led two women to ask the Queenstown Lakes District Council for a grant towards a shade sail.
Queenstown Primary School's new principal is glad to leading a school where ''kids are kids''.