The 15km alpine stretch of Milford Road will close tomorrow morning due to an increased avalanche risk.
An art auction and hors d'oeuvres evening raised about $19,000 for the Branches Charitable Trust on Friday.
Soaring as high as 3500m, Queenstown paraglider Louis Tapper will take on the world's best in the vast skies of Macedonia over the next fortnight.
Paul Taylor looks at how the Queenstown Lakes District Council takes its first steps towards reducing its net greenhouse gas emissions from more than 663,000 tonnes per year to zero.
Queenstown band The Trainsurfers rode their way to success in the Central Otago regional finals of Smokefreerockquest 2019.
A host of civic, community and commercial buildings is set to transform two huge blocks of downtown Queenstown.
It's something many a school pupil has dreamed of, while others will shed a tear for their old haunt.
The irony was likely not lost on anyone in the room.
A Frankton community leader has welcomed a draft master plan signalling 30 years of massive change.
A draft masterplan for Frankton has been published and it signals monumental change for the Queenstown suburb over the next three decades.
A commercial pilot who failed to de-ice the wings of a light aircraft which crashed at Queenstown Airport has been fined $2600.
A Queenstown man has admitted 20 charges of possession of objectionable material.
Queenstown's Coronet Peak skifield opened on Saturday but after a week of mild weather, there was not enough snow on the mountain for any skiing or snowboarding.
A large performance venue, practice venues and better communication are the key needs of Queenstown Lakes District's cultural community, according to more than 800 people surveyed.
Two accommodation giants are taking different approaches in the bed tax debate, as a lobby group of local providers up the rhetoric on social media.
Clean glass separated into the new bins will be sent to a bottle manufacturer in Auckland for recycling, Queenstown’s council has confirmed this week.
Spare a thought for Watford football fanatic Rob Burnell.
A performance by world-class musicians in a string quartet heralded the launch of a new Queenstown charitable trust which aims to nurture young musicians.
Grassroots groups and the Government came together in Queenstown on Friday night to talk about local environmental issues and national policy.
Hundreds of people turned out in the Sunday sunshine for the annual St Joseph's Primary School book fair in Queenstown, including sisters Sylvia (5 front row, left) and Isabelle Quill (3), and...