High Covid-19 vaccination rates reported in the Queenstown Lakes district are based on population data that might not include all newcomers.
Yet another Aucklander is alleged to have swapped lockdown life in Auckland for the vistas of the Southern Lakes.
Trout fishing in Moke Lake should be particularly good in 2023.
Queenstown's Alpine Cliff Rescue (ACR) team beat fading light to rescue two climbers in the Dart River valley.
The owner of the TSS Earnslaw is considering how to replace the historic steamship’s coal-fired boilers with an environmentally-friendly means of propulsion.
New Zealand actor Sam Neill is putting his original vineyard on the block.
A woman traumatised in a home invasion thought she was going to die and scratched her attacker to get his DNA on her hands so people would know who had killed her.
A Queenstown property developer has denied breaching lockdown restrictions by flying from Auckland to Christchurch before making his way to Otago, last month.
A woman traumatised in a home invasion at the hands of a retired soldier thought she was going to die and scratched him to get his DNA on her hands so people would know who had killed her, a Queenstown court has heard.
Nearly half of Queenstown accommodation and hospitality business owners responding to a recent survey say they expect to go under in the next three to six months, if Auckland stays in lockdown.
Nearly half of Queenstown accommodation and hospo business owners responding to a recent survey say they expect to go under in the next three to six months if Auckland stays in lockdown.
A Dunedin arborist firm has begun felling five eucalyptus trees in Queenstown’s town centre after local companies refused to give quotes for the work on ethical grounds.
A Queenstown CBD property that borders the site of a planned new civic and cultural centre has sold under the hammer for more than $3 million.
Repair work needed on two Queenstown cycle trails damaged in a storm in July is getting a $200,000 boost from the New Zealand Cycle Trail Fund.
A one-off resident visa for migrants already in New Zealand will give Queenstown employers a much-needed dose of certainty, business and civic leaders say.
A Wanaka man has been convicted and fined $1500 for offering a tandem paragliding flight for payment without holding a commercial operator’s certificate.
Queenstown tourism giant Skyline Enterprises is considering legal action against a shareholder after comments published by the Otago Daily Times on Saturday.
The manager of Coronet Peak is looking forward to next winter with optimism, after another season disrupted by Covid-19.
Skyline Enterprises shareholders will decide today whether to repay the $7.9million wage subsidy the company took last year.
The merging of Arrowtown into an expanded Arrowtown-Kawarau ward is the ‘‘best of a bad situation’’, a former councillor says.