More than 40 years after a wooden maze was built 2km outside what was a small Central Otago town, Puzzling World has been recognised as Wanaka's top business for 2016.
Wanaka police were kept busy on Saturday night with a brawl and an assault within an hour of each other.
Five-time America’s Cup winner Sir Russell Coutts was back on the water at the weekend, this time imparting some of his sailing knowledge to a group of young, up-and-coming southern...
A group of Upper Clutha environmentalists are calling for an independent commissioner to be taken off a resource consent hearing to be held in December.
Lake snow has been confirmed in Lake Hawea, making it the third lake in Otago found to have the slime.
Two of Albert Town Camping Ground’s most recognisable guests have decided to return for another summer.
After past experiences with the Queenstown Lakes District Council, a Ballantyne Rd resident says he will not be satisfied until he sees actual work being done to improve the road.
Fish and Game say they are disappointed a Wanaka developer has been let off with just a warning after sediment was washed into a sensitive area of Bullock Creek.
Nearly $400,000 will be spent on the proposed new watersports facility in Wanaka before the foundations have been laid.
Bike'vember volunteer Babu Blatt handed Samantha Burke her Bike'vember passport at the first event of the month-long festival, in Wanaka yesterday.
A woman who is still suffering after a crash on Wanaka’s Ballantyne Rd a month ago hopes something is done about the road before anyone else gets injured, or worse.
The operators of the Albert Town Camp Ground have decided to scrap an area dedicated to young campers after problems with drugs and alcohol in previous years.
New deputy mayor for the Queenstown Lakes district Calum MacLeod says he is keen as mustard to get started in his new role.
Three years after he was killed driving to work, Rutger Hale's family still hope they will one day learn exactly what happened.
After two days of fierce competition, which included cooking a steak and flying a helicopter, the perfect woman for 2016 has been found.
Ballantyne Rd will be on the agenda when the new Wanaka Community Board meets officially for the first time.
Space at camping grounds during Christmas and New Year in the Upper Clutha is being snapped up earlier as holidaymakers try to ensure they do not miss out.
Outside help is being sought in the fight to keep goldfish from becoming established in the Clutha River.
Two television contestants will join more than 20 other competitors vying for the title of the perfect woman in Wanaka this weekend.