Three nominations have been received for the vacant seat on the Queenstown Lakes District Council.
Almost 2400 people received their first Covid-19 vaccinations in Queenstown last week, about 1200 of them frontline health workers.
Former United States Air Force aircraft electrician Jim Huffstutler, of Queenstown, braved cold conditions in the resort yesterday for the Returned and Services Association’s annual Poppy Day Appeal.
A long-mooted arterial route for Queenstown has been approved for a fast-tracked consent and work could start on the multi million-dollar project before the end of the year.
The long-mooted arterial route for Queenstown has been given the green light for a fast-tracked consent by the Government.
Queenstown Resort College has joined forces with the resort’s chamber of commerce and the Govt on a pilot programme to help keep people in tourism jobs and give them a chance to add more strings to their bows.
Winter has came slightly early for southern skifields.
A Queenstown teacher has been recognised as one of the top science minds in the country.
The first day of administering Covid-19 vaccinations in Queenstown went without a hitch.
Vera Muldoon, of Arthurs Point, was dressed to impress with her mum, Amy Schmitt, at the Teddy Bears’ Picnic, held at Jack Reid Park in Arrowtown.
Members of the bachata boot camp perform at the Queenstown Memorial Centre on Saturday night during the resort’s inaugural salsa and Latin dance festival.
A home away from home for handymen and women has been officially opened in Arrowtown.
One of the most highly-anticipated stores in Queenstown will finally open its doors this month.
Queenstown's biggest winter party is making a return this year — but it is not a WinterFest as we know it.
The Queenstown Airport Corporation is on the hunt for a new chief executive following Colin Keel’s resignation yesterday.
"This is the saviour." Those were the words of Queenstown Lakes Mayor Jim Boult after learning quarantine-free travel between New Zealand and Australia will start in less than a fortnight.
Queenstown Lakes Mayor Jim Boult has labelled a group of revellers who flooded into Queenstown Mall at midnight on Saturday "complete cretins".
Southern civic leaders and business figures are united in hoping Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will today confirm quarantine-free transtasman air travel is set to resume.
About $13 million of tourism funding is on the way, and the Queenstown Lakes District and Fiordland have been identified as two priority areas for grants.
About $13million of tourism infrastructure funding is on the way, with the Queenstown Lakes District identified as one of the priority areas for grants.