A plan to run a park-and-ride trial in Queenstown has hit a wall.
A new intermediate school sits at the top of the education wish list for Queenstown residents responding to a survey.
New special housing area (SHA) proposals in Queenstown will not be considered until council guidelines for the process are reviewed.
New proposals for fast-tracked housing in Queenstown are likely to be put on hold while council guidelines for the process are reviewed.
The mother of a Queenstown-raised brother and sister who made a splash on The X Factor Australia this week is planning a TV viewing party at her Arrowtown home this Saturday night.
A stalwart of nursing in the Wakatipu was recognised with a special award yesterday.
An alleged drink-driver caught near Arrowtown on Monday night was more than six times the legal limit, police say.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council's surplus in the past financial year was 50% higher than budgeted.
An expectant mother in Queenstown was the beneficiary of the first telemedicine antenatal clinic between Southland Hospital and Lakes District Hospital yesterday.
The first southern skifields are set to close this weekend after a season of ups and downs, but it was a decent winter for operators.
A paragliding crash near Coronet Peak ski area that injured two people was captured by a video camera attached to the paraglider, the Civil Aviation Authority says.
One of the Southern police district’s top brass has moved from Dunedin to Queenstown to lead the Otago-Lakes Central criminal investigation branch.
Operators of "pub crawls" in Queenstown will need a permit from November, despite the move being labelled "bureaucracy gone mad".
Queenstown's hospital has become "run-down" because of indecision by the Southern DHB, deputy commissioner Richard Thomson told a public meeting in the resort yesterday.
Queenstown's community will be asked to share ideas on how best to redevelop a slice of prime land in the resort’s town centre.
A plan to call for public feedback on how to redevelop a piece of central Queenstown land has provoked a warning shot from the arts community.
Trampers will once again be able to complete the full Rees-Dart walking circuit this summer, nearly two years after river erosion washed away a section of track in the Dart Valley.
If Bob O’Connor and Peter MacKay cannot find a rental house by this Thursday, they will be out on the streets, they say.
It is a chance to be a cog in the inner workings of the biggest annual sporting event in the Wakatipu.
Queenstown Airport has gained the Project of the Year award at the New Zealand Airports Conference.