What next for Wanaka’s Treble Cone Ski Area?
The number of stray and neglected cats in the Upper Clutha has prompted a move to set up the area's own cat rescue organisation.
Expanding the Cardrona Alpine Resort across the adjacent 500ha Soho Ski Area has been talked about for almost as long as the resort has been in business.
A boycott of businesses that supported a special housing area at Lake Hawea is one action residents are considering as they prepare to fight the proposal.
A family living in Wanaka's new Northlake subdivision say they feel more like tenants than the owners of the house they paid for.
The spa pool at the new Wanaka Swimming Pool is a dream finally realised.
The avalanche risk is about to rise and stormy conditions will bring heavy rain and strong winds to parts of the South this weekend.
A Hawea landowner trying to get a small rural subdivision through the planning process is struggling to understand how a 400-section special housing area nearby can get such an easy ride.
The members of the establishment board of trustees of the new primary school in Wanaka are not starting with a ''blank slate''.
Lake Wanaka provided perfect conditions for Rani Sellakumaran and Elangovan Vaiyapuri, of Auckland, to soar over Roys Bay, Wanaka, to celebrate their 31st wedding anniversary.
Cardrona Alpine Resort Ltd, owned by Real Journeys Ltd, is taking the Queenstown Lakes District Council to the Environment Court over its proposed district plan.
A video that might have explained why a group of Ospri staff and contractors felt ''unsafe'' at a drop-in session in Wanaka on May 30 has been deleted.
In a bid to enable part of his land to be used for airport-related development, a next-door neighbour of Wanaka Airport is taking the Queenstown Lakes District Council to the Environment Court.
After 42 years of policing, Wanaka area response manager Senior Sergeant Allan Grindell (60) leaves the job on Friday - taking holidays before his retirement.
The first formal meeting of the newly formed establishment board of trustees of Wanaka’s new primary school will be held on Friday.
It used to be said, with a certain amount of incredulity, that 200 people worked at Wanaka Airport. Then someone did a proper count up, and the number is actually nearer 300. But what are those 300...
Luggate residents opposed to an aerial drop of 1080 poison on hills above the town believe they are being stonewalled by Ospri, the government agency planning the work.
An estimated 3000 people lined Queenstown's waterfront last night to watch a Queenstown Winter Festival opening ceremony with a strong cultural flavour.
It glowed like a meteor, boomed like a meteor, and therefore - applying the duck test - was probably a meteor.
Dozens of Upper Clutha residents have reported hearing a mysterious ''big bang''.