A second Environment Court decision has cleared the way for mediation or the hearing of an appeal over a dispute between neighbours over helicopter flights from a Queenstown billionaire's property.
The staff and contractors who helped build Coronet Peak's new chairlift in record time have been thanked at a "roof shout".
A Wanaka man has been convicted of making obscene and threatening public comments on a social media post advertising rooms for rent.
Police are concerned gangs are bringing a growing amount of methamphetamine into the Otago Lakes area in response to demand.
The actions of a British man who reversed a milk delivery truck while the driver was in the back were "remarkably stupid'', a judge says.
The Dunedin Bonnie Brawlers beat Queenstown Roller Derby 171-149 in a thriller at the Queenstown Events Centre on Saturday night.
South Korean violinist Anna Im was crowned winner of the 2019 Michael Hill International Violin Competition in Auckland at the weekend.
About 1700 skiers and boarders escaped a windy Queenstown and headed up to calmer conditions at the Remarkables ski area's opening day on Saturday.
Snowsports are expensive, particularly for newcomers. The trick is to spend your money wisely this winter.
Queenstown Lakes residents will not find out the result of the referendum on a proposed visitor levy for their district until Monday.
The referendum on a proposed visitor levy in the Queenstown Lakes district closes at noon today.
A diesel leak that closed Queenstown's civic building for a fortnight last year cost $35,500 to clean up.
A Queenstown man caught with an array of illegal drugs in his house has avoided a conviction because they help him deal with chronic pain.
Two men will appear on assault charges in the Queenstown District Court tomorrow after a fight in the town centre this morning.
Quail Rise residents lined up to criticise a real estate agent's application to subdivide her property at a hearing in Queenstown this week.
A Queenstown billionaire's wings have been clipped after his latest legal skirmish with neighbours over helicopter flights from his property.
Changing planning rules for Ladies Mile land could be the best way to solve the housing conundrum in the area, a new report says.
The future of Study Queenstown is in limbo after Destination Queenstown decided to cut its manager role.
Thursday was the fifth anniversary of a fire that destroyed the 133-year-old homestead at the Paradise Trust property, near Glenorchy. Guy Williams asks the trust’s key figures about their memories of a calamitous day.
The Otago Regional Council has admitted making "errors of law" by granting consent for the destruction of a wetland at the Remarkables ski area, Forest & Bird says.