The Paradise Trust is having second thoughts about how to spend the insurance payout from the loss of its historic homestead in a fire last year.
Transtasman rivalry is extending into Queenstown's annual gay ski week festival.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council is pressing ahead with a land exchange in Lakeview.
Queenstown's council plans to fast-track new district plan zoning rules to tackle the district's housing shortage.
A Lumsden teenager and her mother are furious with Jetstar after the 17-year-old endured a 36-hour travel nightmare in which her flight was diverted and her bus became stuck in snow.
It was a case of local boy made good when Queenstown raised musician Tom Maxwell won the Songstars contest in Arrowtown at the weekend.
Police have escorted a man from an aircraft at Queenstown Airport after he argued with a member of the cabin crew.
It's official: Top of the Lake will not return to the Head of the Lake.
The initiative of a new resident has led to the rapid formation of a te reo Maori playgroup for Queenstown children.
Queenstown could face crippling costs if it took over the running of Lakes District Hospital, Labour health spokeswoman Annette King says.
Construction of an expanded hall and sports court at Shotover Primary School has begun, but the Ministry of Education does not know its final cost.
Plumes of smoke coming from Walter Peak Station in recent weeks are part of a clean-up after the eradication of Douglas fir trees in the area.
An eight-year-old boy suffered a broken leg when he was struck by a car on a pedestrian crossing in central Queenstown yesterday.
Queenstown Airport has opened a new $17million international terminal to cope with record growth in passenger numbers.
Queenstown Airport's new terminal will be officially opened 20 years to the day it welcomed its first direct international flight.
TSS Earnslaw will return to service next Monday after six weeks of TLC.
The 90-year-old Kawarau Falls Bridge could be left to fall into disrepair if its underwater structure is found to be shaky.
Children's author and musician Craig Smith, here with daughter Maia (9 weeks), has found the crowdfunding of his latest book ''liberating''.
As skiers and boarders hit the slopes of Coronet Peak and Cardrona skifields today, Guy Williams asks what the snow industry is worth to the Otago economy, and gets a surprising range of answers.
A drunk Australian who allegedly shot at bottles with an air rifle in a car park will appear in the Queenstown District Court next week on firearms charges.