Air New Zealand expects to fly more passengers to Queenstown during the school holidays than it did last year.
The National Party expects to name a candidate to replace disgraced MP Hamish Walker by the end of the month.
A gathering of film and television industry players from Queenstown and Central Otago have agreed on a "road map" for the future, and given strong support for a proposed film studio near Gibbston.
Queenstown Salvation Army says a three-year funding grant will allow it to meet the changing needs of the resort’s Covid-19 casualties.
One of the Wakatipu’s oldest buildings is looking worse for wear, but will soon get a new lease on life, its owner says.
After nearly two decades of discussion, work is about to start on a sweeping redevelopment of a hillside terrace above downtown Queenstown. Guy Williams looks at what the Queenstown...
Queenstown's newest hotel may be opening to a domestic market only, but its owners are confident about the future.
The beginning of the ski season in Queenstown Lakes yesterday was marked by a mixture of excitement and relief.
After a social media backlash, Tourism Minister Kelvin Davis is defending $10million in grant and loan funding package to AJ Hackett Bungy New Zealand.
An $85 million Government injection for Queenstown infrastructure projects is a "major shot in the arm", Queenstown Lakes Mayor Jim Boult says.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has defended under-fire Health Minister David Clark, saying he will keep his job at least until the election.
The Government’s $1.1billion "Jobs for Nature Fund" will not deliver hundreds of jobs for laid-off tourism workers in Otago and Southland, the Department of Conservation (Doc) says.
In a milestone for Queenstown’s recovery from the Covid-19 crisis, the first post-lockdown conference was held in the resort this week.
Queenstown tourism operators are furious a Covid-19 border bungle could stall plans for a transtasman bubble.
Job losses continue to mount in Queenstown’s accommodation sector, as 60 workers are expected to be made redundant at the Scenic Hotel Group’s two resort properties.
The consortium behind an ambitious, $30 million plan to eradicate or intensively control predators across a vast swathe of the Queenstown Lakes district is hopeful of success after meetings with...
The driver of a bus that crashed near Queenstown with 22 Chinese tourists on board has written to his victims to say he can ‘‘never forgive himself’’ for what happened.