A new luxury lodge is set to be built on one of the last vacant sections in the Wanaka’s town centre.
Work on upgrading the Red Bridge at Luggate will begin next week, and motorists have been told to expect delays.
The trust that runs the Snow Farm ski field on the Pisa Range is seeking an extension to its lease with the Queenstown Lakes District Council.
Sticky forest in Wanaka can remain a community asset while still providing economic value to its owners, a hearings panel was told yesterday.
The case for rezoning Wanaka's Sticky Forest to allow for residential development will be heard in a district plan hearing today.
A stretch of the Haast Pass Rd near Pleasant Flat was reopened late on Sunday night after a salvage crew was finally able to remove an overturned fuel tanker blocking half the road.
Sub-zero temperatures and howling winds could not deter hundreds of hardy snowboarders and skiers from hitting the slopes at the Cardrona Alpine Resort for the first time this year.
A stretch of road has been reopened after an overturned fuel tanker was removed.
The French are coming.
A decision on the controversial lakefront water sports facility in Wanaka could be made in the next few weeks.
Mediation is continuing between a group of Tarras farmers and the Otago Regional Council over the decision to place restrictions on the amount of water allowed to be taken from the Lindis River.
The French are coming. The Armée de l'air (French Air force) is the first international air force to confirm they intend to return to the Warbirds Over Wanaka International Airshow next Easter.
Eight more luxury homes could be added to the 42 already consented for the Parkins Bay development near Glendhu Bay if a new zoning proposal is accepted.
Staff at the Cardrona Alpine Resort are "devastated" at the death of a loved colleague and friend just days out from opening day.
Skifields are hoping for a good opening day for Cardrona Alpine Resort and the learners' area at the Remarkables on Saturday.
Wanaka's Brownston St could be transformed into an urban boulevard if the entire street was within the town centre zone, a hearings panel was told earlier this week.
Only four years after entering his first triathlon, Wanaka teenager Janus Staufenberg will later this year compete against the best junior triathletes in the world.
Emotions ran high as chlorination once again dominated the Queenstown Lakes District Council’s annual plan process in Wanaka yesterday.
Mt Aspiring College has signalled it would like a chance to buy the present Wanaka Pool site to help with its expansion plans.
Public access to one of Wanaka's most well-known landmarks could be set to greatly improve.