Flushed with success after winning a community award, the Wakatipu Wildlife Trust has boosted its executive officer role to cope with the growing number of trapping groups working under its umbrella.
Police have confirmed a Queenstown man was stabbed at Lake Hayes Estate on Sunday night, and three people could have been involved.
The family of Queenstown aviation veteran Robert Rutherford have spoken about his contagious enthusiasm for life - for flying, new technology and the Queenstown Lakes area - but especially for his...
A "responsible camping" strategy for the Queenstown Lakes District Council (QLDC) was set in motion by councillors at their full meeting on Thursday.
Six-time world champion Chris Forne will get on a plane on Friday bound for Reunion Island, the location of the latest edition of the Adventure Racing World Championships. Guy Williams caught up...
The developer of Wanaka's Northlake subdivision came in for stinging criticism from Queenstown Lakes District councillors at their full meeting yesterday.
Firefighters were called to douse a controlled burn-off on a farm yesterday after smoke drifted into Queenstown Airport's flight path.
Glenorchy Air co-owner and chief pilot Robert Rutherford was a ''tenacious'' operator who survived and thrived in a tough industry, aviation stalwarts say.
A leading light of Queenstown's aviation industry has died.
Oamaru cheesemaker Whitestone Cheese is joining forces with Otago Polytechnic to create an online training academy for hospitality workers and cheese enthusiasts.
The removal of more than 150 tonnes of submerged trees from the Kawarau River near Frankton will allow divers to remove an invasive weed in a follow-up operation next year.
As Queenstown farmers Mike and Gemma Smith have expanded their business interests into the town, they have brought dozens of the town’s children a taste of the country.
A dedicated air ambulance service for the Queenstown Lakes is good news, but funding it will be a huge challenge, Lakes District Air Rescue Trust (LDART) chairman Jules Tapper says.
The developer of the $20million Frankton marina says construction is on track, and land-based buildings, a car park and landscaping will be completed by Christmas.
WorkSafe is reviewing its role in investigating work-related road accidents, but says it is not prompted by the death of a tourist at Mt Nicholas Station in 2016.
Seventy years ago today a committee was convened in Arrowtown to set up a museum.
The national war on wilding trees will not be won without a major boost in funding, Wakatipu Wilding Conifer Control Group chairman Grant Hensman says.
Most buses operated by three major tourism businesses in Queenstown - and the resort's public bus operator - have reversing cameras to eliminate their blind spot.
A couple of regular visitors to The Remarkables ski area have been tagged and blood-tested as part of an effort to boost their numbers.
A bus driver convicted after the death of a US tourist near Queenstown in 2016 says she is "appalled'' a coroner's recommendations apply to tourist buses only.