The once controversial Wanaka Pool celebrates its first birthday on Sunday afternoon with better results than expected.
Air New Zealand's newest aircraft, the A321neo, is not flying into Queenstown Airport, despite a suggestion it would be by now.
The backers of the $180 million redevelopment of central Invercargill have cleared a major planning hurdle, leaving the money as the next big issue to sort out.
Redevelopment of a substantial block of Invercargill's CBD has been given the thumbs up by independent commissioners for the Invercargill City Council.
Remember the "heater metre'' rule.
Stormwater runoff from a new Wanaka subdivision into land owned by the Otago Fish&Game Council at the head of Bullock Creek on Thursday complied with earthworks standards.
A Kelvin Heights resident is challenging the Queenstown Airport Corporation (QAC) over the accuracy of its public statements on alternative sites for its airport at Frankton.
Retirees did not get a mention in the Budget, but that did not concern Yvonne and Graeme Perkins, of Luggate, who believed money was being spent in the right areas.
A group of commercial property owners in Wanaka is calling for the June 10 public release of the Wanaka town centre "conceptual draft master plan'' to be put on hold while they are consulted.
Next month's New Zealand Gazette appears likely to spell out the fate of two special housing areas (SHA) in the Upper Clutha.
The Cardrona Alpine Resort will open for its winter season on Saturday, but how much snow there will be remains an open question.
Avis Munro, of Wanaka, decided when she got to 85 she probably had no further need for her heavy traffic licence, so she gave it up.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council (QLDC) is working on a spatial plan for the district but is unwilling to say what it is.
The 1100-member Wanaka Golf Club is wondering why it has not been consulted over major plans for the Wanaka town centre.
The amount of trouble endangered Dominica turtles are in is being spelt out in a series of videos by Wanaka documentary makers Richard Sidey and Aliscia Young, who call themselves Galaxiid.
Is Wanaka Airport destined to eclipse Queenstown Airport and become the country's fourth-largest airport?
Redundancy is not usually regarded as a good thing, but it is when you are talking about a 5km electricity cable running up the side of Mt Roy, above Wanaka.
The Wanaka Watersports Facility Trust is seeking $100,000 from the Queenstown Lakes District Council (QLDC) over two years to help pay for its building on the lakefront.
The Catalina flying boat, pictured landing on Lake Wanaka, will be back for next Easter's Warbirds Over Wanaka International Airshow.
George Wallis wondered why his $150,000-plus Austin Healey was sitting out in his yard at Mt Barker last week when he remembered putting it away in its shed the day before.