While a $3.3million spruce-up is on the way for dozens of public halls and war memorials across Otago and Invercargill, communities in the Southland district have missed out.
New paint, new cladding, new roofs, new heat pumps — all this and more is on the way for the public halls and war memorials of Otago and Southland.
Establishing a commercial jet service at Wanaka Airport was the "current thinking" of the Queenstown Airport Corporation (QAC) early last year but there had been no decision to do so.
The High Court judge hearing a judicial review of the lease of Wanaka Airport has been asked to disregard the politics.
It is a job where the main qualification is having had previous addiction problems or mental illness. "Peer support" workers "walk alongside" the mentally ill, able to understand what they...
The wing belonging to paraglider pilot James Kiwi Oroc (Johnson) has been found in Nevada, but there is no sign of Mr Oroc.
The wing belonging to former Otago paraglider pilot James Kiwi Oroc has been found in Nevada, but there is no sign of Mr Johnston.
The Wanaka Community Board has accepted the Queenstown Lakes District Council should be allowed to dip into the Wanaka asset sale reserve for $1million to help pay for a replacement for the Luggate...
Two people had to be freed from a car which ended up on its side after the vehicle struck a tree in central Wanaka today.
Teenagers planning on camping at Albert Town this summer will have to bring their parents.
A $100 million upgrade of two of Transpower’s high-voltage lines through Otago is under way, with the biggest job set to begin in January.
The group opposed to the development of Wanaka Airport for commercial jets believes the airport’s majority owner, the Queenstown Lakes District Council, has begun clearing the way for the project.
Everything from the remains of a horse to an old armchair were removed from the banks of the Cardrona River just east of Wanaka this week.
A Bannockburn couple have taken up the cause of an abandoned Ministry of Works botanical experiment in Central Otago.
The Covid-19 virus is expected to benefit New Zealand anglers this fishing season with overseas anglers left stranded and flapping about on the far bank of the Tasman Sea.
Ian Cole is one of dozens of fishing guides in the South who relies for an income on anglers from overseas.
The Government has designated 11,800ha in the Mackenzie Basin near this week’s major fire "dryland" conservation land.
Connnetics, the company whose staff were at risk during an electrical incident at Millers Flat last month, will carry out the investigation into what went wrong.
Two high-voltage electricity lines which came into contact at Millers Flat last month had the potential to kill a group of about 10 contractors working at the site.
Christchurch city councillors and ratepayers will not back Christchurch International Airport Ltd’s plan to spend millions of dollars on an international airport at Tarras.