Ngai Tahu shared its Treaty of Waitangi commemorations with people living "in the interior" for the first time yesterday.
A Queenstown firefighter is enjoying some well-earned rest and recreation by a lake with his family after 12 days helping fight a vast wildfire in Tasmania.
Wakatipu residents should have a say on Queenstown Airport’s annual statement of intent, a former Queenstown Lakes District councillor says.
A landmark bridge near Queenstown has been formally named - a century after it opened.
An Arrowtown woman is taking the Queenstown Lakes District Council (QLDC) to task for a delay in issuing a public advisory about high levels of E. coli bacteria in Lake Hayes.
A luxury hotel overlooking central Queenstown has been given the go-ahead.
The 104th annual Lake Hayes A&P Show was blessed with a scorcher of a day and a big crowd.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council has abandoned a search for private investors for two proposed car parking buildings in the resort’s town centre, citing a "changing business environment".
Community leaders are hailing Stewart Island/Rakiura’s official recognition as the world’s fifth International Dark Sky Sanctuary.
Never change a winning formula.
A mandatory review this year of the statute underpinning the Walking Access Commission is timely, Federated Mountain Clubs (FMC) president Peter Wilson says.
Predator Free Arrowtown hopes to have an "iron ring" of traps around the township within the next 12 months.
An ambitious project to rid the hillsides around Arrowtown of wilding trees has received a huge shot in the arm from the Central Lakes Trust.
Sir Eion Edgar's financial nous was evident from his very first pay, as Guy Williams finds out.
Daytime pit stops for campervan users in Queenstown and Wanaka are proving popular.
The "magnificent" landscapes along a proposed ski touring route between Coronet Peak and Treble Cone skifields should attract many outdoor enthusiasts, Coronet Peak Station manager Russell Hamilton...
A controversial special housing area at Lake Hawea has been given the green light by the Queenstown Lakes District Council.
A district plan variation allowing a supermarket and a retirement village to be built at the Northlake housing area in Wanaka has been approved.
More than half the rooms at a major Queenstown hotel will be out of action for months next year after two wings of the complex were found to be earthquake-prone.
The majority of submissions on NZSki's application to Doc to build a replacement chairlift and trails at the Remarkables ski area are in support.