The Arrowtown School Fair drew up to 3000 people - and returned an estimated $24,000 - during a beautiful day on Saturday.
New Zealand's White Ribbon motorcycle ride against violence towards women will make a stop in Queenstown tomorrow morning at Hamills Bar and Restaurant in Remarkables Park.
Flowers, food, "elegant junk" and much more gave shoppers plenty of choice at the St Peter's Anglican Church market day on Saturday.
Five much-needed slow vehicle bays worth about $500,000 are planned for the road between Queenstown and Glenorchy to cope with increasing tourist traffic.
Conflict over Wanaka Airport land-use designations will see the Queenstown Lakes District Council appealing its own decision to the Environment Court.
Despite entries for Queenstown's new Shotover Moonlight Mountain Marathon only opening today, the race has already caught the attention of running aficionados from around the world.
Energy-efficient "passive houses" - the first of which will be built in Arrowtown early next year - are coming to New Zealand, with a forum to be held next week in Wanaka.
Judges who last week named Skyline Queenstown's Brad Rowe as Tourism Industry Association (TIA) Tourism Trainee of the Year believe he has potential to be an industry leader.
Councillors have voted to "bring on" the search for a solution to noise issues in central Queenstown, instead of waiting two years for the district plan review.
A crane driver has been hurt after a large black poplar tree being removed for safety reasons toppled his crane near Arrowtown this morning.
A huge black poplar tree toppled a crane near Arrowtown yesterday morning, trapping the operator who was later taken to hospital with minor injuries.
A large bird suspected of being drunk when it crashed into a Queenstown Resort College window has been rehabilitated and released - well away from the college.
After struggling through a season fraught with natural disasters, NZSki has reported a surprisingly strong performance, with high hopes for next year if its "stars and planets are aligned".
Four months after the Kawarau and Hilton Hotels opened, Queenstown Water Taxis Ltd is going from strength to strength on the back of increased patronage.
Those keen to be behind the scenes at the production of one of the world's most famous musicals take heed - department managers are needed for a Queenstown adaptation of The Sound Of Music.
New adventure aviation safety standards - the only such formal regulations in the world - take effect today, with international regulators watching keenly but some operators not impressed.
The thorny issue of where a CT scanner should be located to best serve the Central Otago and Queenstown Lakes districts looks set to go back to community groups in the two districts.
Three local women have created a ladies' night with a difference.
Among Queenstown's strong hunting community, one Queenstowner is seeking to draw together proponents of a more traditional form of the pursuit - bowhunting.
You would be hard pressed to find a camper or tramper who has not, at some time, suffered because of that sadly none-too-rare pest species, the snorer.