Queenstown will host a top international event - the Orion Health GODZone Adventure race - at Easter.
Inspiration can be found around every corner. This reporter, visiting for an unrelated story, found it in Clarice May, who celebrates her 90th birthday on Wednesday.
Arrowtown Primary pupils have plenty of fun of their own, but on Friday it's time for parents and community members to put on their blue suede shoes and party into the night at the school's 1950s Sock-Hop fundraiser.
Driving an old steam train might not be a typical 22-year-old's idea of a fun day out, but for the Kingston Flyer's newest crew member the relaunch tomorrow cannot come soon enough.
The Wakatipu Community Church Fair will once again be held at the Lake Hayes showgrounds tomorrow and organisers say there will be plenty on offer.
Wakatipu High's stand-in principal wants the community to know the future of the school is looking positive.
Arrowtown Primary School held its annual athletics day yesterday for year three children and upwards at the Queenstown Events Centre. The sun was shining and so were the pupils taking part in the track and field events. Olivia Caldwell was there with her camera.
Houses in Luggate and St Bathans finally had electricity restored yesterday. A storm on Monday night had left many homes in the Queenstown Lakes District without electricity for up to 27 hours.
The Wakatipu's developing $5 million Queenstown Trail impressed Green Party MP Kevin Hague yesterday when he took a tour around the region's newest asset.
Queenstown apartment owners should understand the latest legislation affecting them, one management association says.
Walter Peak Estate, across Lake Wakatipu from Queenstown, is back on the market, after plans to develop it into a luxury resort failed.
Police will be cracking down on driving speed this Labour Weekend.
Shotover Country developers are confident they will push through the appeal process hassle-free and begin construction of the $300 million development in 18 months' time. Neil McDonald, of Clark...
The American man charged over the two-vehicle collision near Te Anau on Thursday which injured six people was fined and disqualified from driving when he appeared in the Invercargill District Court yesterday.
Injury pulled him from the top of New Zealand golf rankings, but Ben Campbell has managed to climb back into the No 1 position before the Four Nations Cup which starts today.
Another block of Frankton land could be rezoned for commercial use after the Queenstown Lakes District Council accepted developers Shotover Property Investment Ltd's submission.