A family will say goodbye to a house that stores 50 years of holiday memories when the historic Scheibs Cottage is sold.
The Queenstown police will hold hundreds of opened items of mail as evidence and it is still unknown when the mail will be returned to its rightful owners.
The New Zealand PGA Championship has secured its biggest golfing name yet in three-time US Open winner Hale Irwin.
Building the 104km Around The Mountains Cycle Trail is unlikely to get under way this year, because the Southland District Council is still waiting for an archaeologist's report.
Queenstown's bid to host 2015 Cricket World Cup matches will have to be debated around the council table next week before going any further.
A decision by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) not to further investigate the 2004 Hughes 500 helicopter crash in Fiordland has been criticised and prompted a private investigation into the accident.
Construction of Queenstown's first retreat centre reached the halfway point last month, so Otago Daily Times reporter Olivia Caldwell took a tour of the site with one of the partners of the Aro Ha Centre.
New Zealand Post announced yesterday Queenstown's lost mail will be delivered on Sunday - along with an apology.
A taste of Italy is about to arrive in Queenstown when Italian bistro Sasso opens its doors after a $500,000 revamp.
Children, parents and grandparents gathered at Lake Hayes Estate on Sunday for the settlement's first Party in the Park, which raised money for proposed children's biking facilities.
New Zealand Post did not act earlier on customer complaints of missing mail in Queenstown's Fernhill area because they had not reached an alarming level.
There will be fewer car parks outside Wakatipu High School after the Queenstown Lakes District Council decided to remove two parks on Gorge Rd to stop congestion.
A two-month delay by the Southern District Health Board in reviewing what went wrong when a young man in a critical condition was assumed to be intoxicated has not surprised his mother.
Queenstown and Te Anau accommodation providers have been nominated for this year's Hotel and Accommodation Management Magazine awards, to be judged next month.
A spate of antisocial behaviour by drunken Australians has not prompted Queenstown police to remove the welcome mat.
In the 11 months Space Moveable Rooms has been in the market, the client base of the micro-dwelling business has spread throughout the South Island on the back of a growing trend of pop-up homes, holiday homes and offices.
Queenstown-born Taneale Hatton did not disappoint in her first Olympic experience last week in London and will arrive back in New Zealand as a future competitor to watch in kayaking.
A crane remains on its side in Freshwater Basin, at Milford Sound, but authorities have kept a potential oil spill at bay.