Infrastructure work is set to restart on Ngai Tahu Property’s huge housing development on the former Wakatipu High School site in Queenstown.
A farm manager lit a fire in his Central Otago employer’s home and staged a burglary in a bungled attempt to cover up his ongoing theft of cash from the couple.
A farm manager has been jailed two years after lighting a fire at his Central Otago employers' home, then his own, endangering his wife and children.
A British woman rescued from Fiordland’s Dusky Track after injuring her ankle says her experience shows personal locator beacons are essential in New Zealand’s back country.
The owners of the Kingston Flyer have applied for resource consent to run the heritage steam train as a commercial operation, but have no timeframe for starting the venture.
A 35-year-old man is expected to appear in the Queenstown District Court today on charges arising from a fight in Gorge Rd yesterday.
After drinking three glasses of wine at home, a Tarras woman drank another half a bottle while driving to Kingston last month.
Golden weather and free entry were the magic ingredients for a huge turnout at the 106th Lake Hayes A&P Show near Queenstown on Saturday.
A food delivery scooter rider was flown to Dunedin Hospital in a serious condition after a crash with a car in central Queenstown yesterday.
A food delivery rider has been flown to Christchurch Hospital in a serious condition after crashing with a car in central Queenstown.
The first phase of a community-led project to eradicate wilding trees from the hillsides around Arrowtown is nearly complete.
Despite an anticipated increase in domestic travellers to Queenstown Lakes this summer, the number of freedom campers is so far well down on recent summers.
Travel restrictions in Australia means this month’s Gibbston Valley Winery Summer Concert near Queenstown will be an all-New Zealand affair.
Organisers of the Gibbston Valley Winery Summer Concert near Queenstown have been forced to change the line-up because of Covid-19 outbreaks in two Australian states.
Duncan Robertson got a telling off from his son recently after being caught up a ladder cleaning the spouting of his home near Queenstown.
A failed attempt to drill a borehole beneath Queenstown’s town centre, and instead install a new wastewater pipeline using traditional methods is expected to cost ratepayers up to $2.5million.
More than a third of the Coronet Forest has been felled, and some of the logs have been shipped to China.
An Irishman hid more than 2400 ecstasy pills — with an estimated street value of $121,500 — in Skittles and M&M lolly bags at his Queenstown home.