The idea of building "the world’s biggest green hydrogen plant" in the South has been welcomed by most. But making the new wonder fuel so far from potential markets creates a shipload of challenges.
Air Milford boss Hank Sproull is fighting to save his premier tourist air service from going the same way as the small native bird the piopio.
A long-running legal action against Queenstown Lakes Mayor Jim Boult has been brought to a close.
Queenstown boarding houses are under the spotlight, but the government agency involved is saying little publicly about what it has found.
Queenstown boarding houses are under the spotlight, but the Government agency involved is saying little publicly about what it’s found.
A conflict between vines and houses in Gibbston was foreseen decades ago, and it continues to live on today.
Queenstown Lakes ratepayers will have to dig a little deeper this year to pay for maintenance of the Crown Range Road.
Central government is again being called on to review the actions of a southern local authority.
A new group is being welcomed to the fight plans for an international airport at Tarras.
In the first of three reports, Mark Price examines the argument over one small development proposed for one of the country’s best-known wine producing regions — Gibbston — and the fears about where...
Southern skifields are filling up but there is still some way to go to match the huge crowds of last year.
Just how well Tarras stacks up as the site for a new international airport should be a lot clearer by the end of next month.
Developers keen to turn the pastures of Ladies Mile at Queenstown’s eastern entrance into a housing subdivision are being urged to hold their horses.
Plans for development along Queenstown’s northern entrance have been firmly rejected by the community.
Kiwis are being asked to put their hands in their pockets to save a flying dinosaur that could find a new home in Wanaka.
How to effectively govern a region almost as sparsely populated as Mongolia — that will be an issue for those engaged in reorganising local government, Central Otago Mayor Tim Cadogan says.
Might the Maniototo become part of Dunedin city, might Cromwell be administered from Queenstown rather than Alexandra, might Southland local bodies be forced to amalgamate?
The Government is standing well clear of the debate over the competing airport proposals at Tarras and Wanaka put up by companies majority-owned by two southern local authorities.
Queenstown body builder Danny King’s closing in on his dream of going pro.
A 110-year-old former church has become part of the Malaghans Road landscape, between Queenstown and Arrowtown.