The occupants of three cars involved in a nose-to-tail crash south of Kingston have escaped injury.
Queenstown's accidental freedom camper has launched a crowdfunding campaign to pay the fines of others caught out by "bureaucratic overreach''.
Glenorchy Community Association members are worried about a company's call to relax rules for commercial mining in a historic mining area near the township.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council has taken the first step in reviewing the management plan for Glenorchy's airstrip.
A major upgrade of Queenstown's fire station is expected to begin in six months' time.
The Blair Vining fundraising juggernaut rolled on in Queenstown at the weekend as a charity rugby match raised $15,000 for two causes.
Traces of a firefighting foam banned since 2011 have been found in two fire trucks at Queenstown Airport.
An Arrowtown man who received a $200 freedom camping fine after sleeping in his vehicle in central Queenstown overnight says it sends the wrong message about drink-driving.
A debate on the merits of a special housing area near Queenstown yesterday quickly turned into a critique of the perceived failures of the Otago Regional Council and the NZ Transport Agency.
Long-awaited decisions on visitor accommodation rules and rural zoning in the Queenstown Lakes district will be made by councillors at their full meeting tomorrow.
Athol man Murray Sarginson has been found guilty of two charges in relation to the death of his friend and business partner after a helicopter crash near Lindis Pass in 2016.
A teacher at a primary school in Queenstown has been charged with assaulting a child at the school.
In the biggest project in its history, Queenstown's Kiwi Birdlife Park is building a new home for its most precious inhabitants.
Storytime for children and a swag of activities for kids and grown-ups lent a festive atmosphere to the official opening of the new Frankton Library on Saturday.
A Christchurch pole dancer successfully defended her title at the 2019 Miss Pole Dance NZ competition in Queenstown on Friday.
One of Queenstown's oldest cottages will be relocated to the historic precinct of St Bathans.
Queenstown's council has revealed it is investigating a dozen Building Act breaches around the district, following the sentencing of a woman who used two illegal shipping containers for visitor accommodation.
An Arthurs Point woman "took a risk with other people’s lives" by using two illegal shipping containers for visitor accommodation, a judge says.
For the second time in 18 months, one of the last big slices of undeveloped central land in Queenstown has been taken off the market.
Destination Queenstown is having another crack at getting a funding increase.