A district licensing committee should not have to ''fill the holes'' left by an applicant who failed to provide the required information, a hearing was told in Queenstown yesterday.
Skyline Enterprises is seeking permission to build 25 permanent and temporary structures near its upper gondola complex as it finalises planning for its proposed $100million-plus upgrade of the facility.
Despite a thaw in temperatures there were three crashes reported in the Wakatipu on Sunday.
Construction of 14 homes bordering Lake Hayes Estate for Queenstown's housing trust has been delayed by at least six months.
A long-running legal dispute between a leading Queenstown architect and a property developer is set to drag on despite a High Court judgement.
Two photographs, taken from the Remarkables 60 years apart, show how much Queenstown and its satellite town of Frankton have changed.
A deer hunter was airlifted to hospital after injuring himself in a 20m fall in rugged terrain in Steele Creek, about 15km west of Glenorchy, on Thursday.
Former Prime Minister Sir William English is the new patron of Queenstown's Wakatipu Wildlife Trust.
A minerals sector leader is welcoming a Government promise to consult the industry on a proposed ban on new mining on conservation land.
Brian Dagg was about to hop into his first shower for 19 days when the Otago Daily Times tracked him down in Anchorage yesterday.
A former top model who co-owned Queenstown skydiving company NZONE has been banned from driving after being caught with a breath-alcohol level more than four times the legal limit.
The Wakatipu's first high-speed electric vehicle charger has been officially opened by Energy and Resources Minister Megan Woods.
A Southland man whose campaign of harassment against a former partner culminated in attempted arson has failed in his appeal against conviction and sentence.
A Queenstown policeman is ``recovering well'' but remains on leave after suffering two large cuts from a knife in a scuffle with an unidentified man on Thompson St on Thursday night.
Two Queenstown friends have climbed the height of Mt Everest this month to raise money for health and education projects in Nepal.
More than 2000 people went looking for bargains at the Wakatipu Ski Club’s annual fundraising sale.
Queenstown police are searching for a man after one of their officers was injured in an encounter on Thursday night.
A Queenstown man is braving the cold and short days of late autumn as he nears the end of a length-of New Zealand walk.
A police officer needed stitches after receiving cuts while chasing a knife-wielding man from a camp ground in Queenstown last night.
An icy start to the day made road conditions treacherous again as the Queenstown Lakes area continued to shiver in the cold.