There is much talk about a new hospital for Queenstown. Tracey Roxburgh talks to the people with the ideas.
The Minister of Finance was yesterday urged to move quickly to find solutions for some of the issues facing Queenstown.
A Queenstown cottage that has been owned by the same family for 75 years has sold for $3 million.
A small fire at the top of the Crown Range zig-zags, near Arrowtown, on Saturday night was started after someone dumped hot ashes in pine trees.
Hundreds of people made the most of a picture-perfect Queenstown winter's day on Saturday and attended the Remarkables Midwinter Market.
Work is continuing on the historic Kawarau Falls Bridge to convert it to part of the Queenstown Trail for cyclists and pedestrians.
Queenstown-based make-up artist Davina Lamont has received another Emmy nomination.
A new retirement village may be on the way for Queenstown.
A Queenstown developer is forging ahead with plans for a private hospital, which he says will be built, with or without the involvement of Southern Cross Hospitals.
Otago is set to become home to New Zealand's largest skifield thanks to a massive development at Cardrona Alpine Resort.
A new destination playground, to cost almost $1 million, is finally under construction in Queenstown.
Plans are well advanced for an independent hospital for Queenstown - and those behind it are not looking for any national funding.
The NZ Golf Open, Winter Games and Luma Southern Lights Project are the biggest recipients of QLDC events funding over the next year - but they, along with the Queenstown Winter Festival, have taken funding hits.
Wanaka Primary School’s board of trustees will meet a delegation from the Ministry of Education soon to discuss the issue of children standing on school buses travelling up to 80kmh.
A hospital upgrade more than eight years in the planning is finally on the way for Queenstown.
It was March 2010 when the Southern District Health Board (DHB) first announced the upgrade of Lakes District Hospital.
They say the show must go on, but, for now, Queenstown's annual production is on hold.
Arthurs Point’s new local, Canyon Food Brew Co., opened its doors last Wednesday. Tracey Roxburgh talks to the man behind the beer – a dancer, turned mechanical engineer, turned award-winning brewer.
It was probably one of the most satisfying beers Simon Spark has consumed in the past decade.
One of Queenstown’s historic buildings will become a giant canvas for Winter Festival next week.