Progress is being made on the next generation of fast-tracked houses near Queenstown.
Queenstown's full marathon is officially sold out.
The Auditor-general has cleared Queenstown's council and its chief executive Adam Feeley of wrongdoing. But Lyn Provost's report reveals some interesting background about Mr Feeley's bid for a special housing area.
Queenstown's council is re-thinking its visitor accommodation policy.
Concerns raised by an experienced lawyer did not stop Queenstown Lakes councillors from approving a tangata whenua chapter for its district plan yesterday.
Former Serious Fraud Office boss Adam Feeley turned the guns on Judith Collins during an inquiry to discover if his former minister had tried to undermine him.
Even criticism from the deputy prime minister has not prompted the NZ Transport Agency to immediately release a report into a new Queenstown bridge.
A controversial overhaul for Glenorchy's old campground has approval.
Sir Michael Hill's eponymous violin competition, now in its eighth iteration, still knocks the music-loving knight off his feet.
Ex-serious Fraud Office head Adam Feeley is ''frustrated and disappointed'' by an Auditor-general inquiry into his family trust's proposed subdivision near Arrowtown.
The Auditor-General will investigate a special housing area bid by Queenstown Lakes District Council chief executive Adam Feeley's family trust.
The forecast snow has arrived in Queenstown, bringing half a metre of snow to Coronet Peak and The Remarkables skifields.
There remains no word this morning of a vessel that was apparently in distress in ''nasty'' conditions on Lake Wakatipu yesterday.
A $400,000 plan has been hatched to upgrade Glenorchy's vulnerable power supply.
A $274 million tunnel plan linking Queenstown with Milford Sound has been dusted off and lobbed back into public view.
A war of words has erupted over Queenstown's planned eastern access road.