Leaflet-toting touts might be banned in the Queenstown Lakes area.
Queenstown's hotel shortage might be tarnishing New Zealand's reputation as a tourist destination.
Work is about to start on a long-awaited village hub at Jack's Point which is expected to cost well over $250 million.
Fire Service fears of a fatal house fire in Queenstown are growing because of the resort's housing shortage.
Up to 150 NZSki workers will live in Cromwell this winter, as Queenstown's accommodation crisis bites.
More details have emerged about a $250million retirement village proposal in Queenstown.
A $250 million retirement village proposal will be considered as a special housing area by the Queenstown Lakes District Council next month.
Fifteen central Queenstown car parks have gained a temporary reprieve.
Quick-thinking campers helped two burnt Swiss women into Lake Hayes, near Queenstown, last night after a gas-bottle explosion.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council's Adam Feeley era is over.
Police want businesses to contact them about a flood of tagging in central Queenstown early yesterday.
Queenstown Primary School teacher Liam Kortegast gets splashed for cash at Sunday's school fair.
The Government needs to do more than help pay for toilet blocks and facilities to tackle freedom camping, Queenstown Lakes Mayor Vanessa van Uden says.
Hundreds of people enjoyed the 10th anniversary Gibbston Food and Wine Festival in Queenstown Gardens on Saturday.
Too many people are staying each night at the Gibbston camping ground, German camper Marco Kuehner says.
A Middle Eastern man, believed to be billionaire English football club owner Sheikh Mansour, arrived in Queenstown yesterday.
Wilding trees threatening Queenstown skifield Coronet Peak and the Skippers Saddle are being felled in an operation costing tens of thousands of dollars.
Golf pros stalk The Hills course, spectators meander around and volunteers take their positions.
The owner of an unauthorised camping ground in Queenstown says he is shutting it down.
Short-term worker hostels, government-subsidised affordable houses and penalising land-bankers are ideas being offered to solve Queenstown's housing crisis.