A group of Lake Hawea residents hopes to gather enough support to put pressure on the Queenstown Lakes District Council to stop using chlorine in the town's water supply.
Two people have been flown to Dunedin Hospital after falling while climbing on Mt Aspiring this morning.
Fish and Game Otago says it is not concerned at this stage about a decline in the number of salmon being caught in Lake Wanaka.
Access to a historic Central Otago walking track has been reopened after it was closed to the public late last year.
About a million dollars is set to be spent on improving the safety of Otago roads popular with tourists, during the next four months.
Until there is a scientific understanding of what causes the pest mucus lake snow and where it comes from there is little that can be done to manage its spread in three Otago lakes, a regional...
Plans to build a 22km sewage pipeline connecting the Cardrona Valley to Wanaka's treatment plant have been halted after doubts about the cost-effectiveness and feasibility of the project were raised.
A proposed multimillion-dollar community house for Wanaka has been approved after a settlement was reached between the Wanaka Community House Trust and opponents of the building's location.
More than $70,000 has been given to the Wanaka Watersports Facility Trust to help fund an Environment Court hearing.
Outside companies are eyeing up the potential of setting up in Wanaka and are pushing out small independent businesses, a Wanaka businesswoman says.
Wanaka teenager Maddison Frazer has already spent more hours volunteering in her 13 years than many people will in their entire life.
Land strategically important to any future development of Wanaka Airport has been bought by the Queenstown Airport Corp.
Organisers of a month-long celebration of cycling in Wanaka hope to continue advocating for better cycling facilities in the Upper Clutha.
A Wanaka outdoor survival company will run a free earthquake survival course near Christchurch next weekend.
A Wanaka couple are leaving behind the comforts of home as they embark on three-year journey sailing across the Pacific.
Some of the most recent data from the Kaikoura earthquake will be presented at a geoscience conference being held in Wanaka this week.