Residents of Wanaka's Northlake special zone are using code names rather than their own names in an attempt to have their say over a proposed hotel.
The Lake Hawea wastewater plant will be the venue tomorrow for a meeting between the Otago Regional Council and the Lake Hawea Community Association concerned about the state of the plant.
Banning cars from central Wanaka streets was bad for business.
Mt Barker Rd is being eyed by the Queenstown Lakes District Council as a major link between Wanaka Airport and Queenstown.
There appeared to be three quite distinct reactions to yesterday's car-free trial in the centre of Wanaka.
Principal Jodie Howard, and her daughters Sienna (8) and Ayla (11) attended the new Wanaka South Primary School's first open day yesterday evening, held in a marquee.
She is up against Twelve Steps To Eating Your Veggies and The Backwards Alphabet Song, but Lake Hawea songwriter Anna van Riel, pictured with her children Oscar (4) and Matilda (7), believes she is...
The Queenstown Lakes district will need another 17,000 houses if it is to accommodate the projected growth in its population over the next 30 years.
The Government will not be extending the special housing area legislation which has divided two factions in the Queenstown Lakes district.
Contractors successfully lifted two short segments of Wanaka's millennium path yesterday, as a small group of path supporters watched every move.
Wanaka Airport watchers could be about to get some idea of what development might, or might not, happen there.
Lake Hawea residents are using the state of the town's wastewater treatment plant in their battle to stop a 400-lot special housing area being built on the edge of town.
Plans for 175 KiwiBuild sections in Wanaka's Northlake special zone are now passing through the planning process.
Christchurch company Southbase Construction has been engaged to build the new Wanaka South Primary School.
Hundreds of horses, riders, wagons, walkers and cyclists rolled into Lake Hawea on Saturday at the end of Otago Goldfields Cavalcade 2019.
About 350 horses and their riders trotted through the centre of the Lake Hawea township this morning at the end of this year's cavalcade.
On four evenings over the past fortnight, staff from the Queenstown Lakes District Council have put to residents questions about what they want for their towns over the next 30 years.
Residents concerned the new owners of the Clyde Hotel might close it had every chance to buy it and keep it running.
Turning Wanaka Airport into an international destination would "devastate'' Wanaka, according to a visiting American airport builder.
Slow sales of KiwiBuild homes in Wanaka are giving the false impression the housing market there has gone "off the boil'', according to developer David Reid.