Alcohol has been banned from Rodd & Gunn store functions after a hiccup at the opening party of its upmarket Queenstown bar.
A house in Queenstown's Lake Hayes Estate has sold for $1.22 million, a record for the estate and the latest example of the resort's hot market.
The Queenstown harbourmaster’s stand on paddleboarding safety is not supported elsewhere in New Zealand or the world, Maritime New Zealand says.
A group of North Island men who modified their rental car to go through rivers near Queenstown have bought the vehicle rather than paying to have it put right.
If last night's loudest voices are to be believed, Queenstown's council-backed convention centre is dead.
Big Queenstown employers are working together to find a fix for the resort's worker accommodation crisis.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council is a step closer to cementing its accreditation to issue building consents.
A third-period blitz has lifted the Southern Stampede to back-to-back national league titles.
As British newspapers crucify former British prime minister Tony Blair, in the wake of the Chilcot report, David Williams asks whether they too have questions to answer.
A High Court judge has ordered a construction company to cart 12,000 truckloads of fill from a Queenstown development site.
The South's cash-strapped health board is pushing aside concerns over finances to pursue a long-awaited upgrade of Queenstown's Lakes District Hospital.
Queenstown police are backing a move to regulate organised bar crawl tours, saying the tours actively promote the consumption of alcohol.