A woman found comatose in public toilets in the Queenstown CBD early on Sunday provided a timely reminder for people to look after their friends, police say.
A 19-year-old German man will appear in the Queenstown District Court after being charged in relation to an assault in the resort on Thursday.
A rubbish collection centre in Glenorchy, and more funding for education around sustainability and waste management were ideas aired during a submissions hearing on Thursday.
Two men who did almost everything wrong were recovered by a Search and Rescue team in Queenstown last night.
A house fire in a residential suburb near Queenstown early yesterday is being treated as suspicious.
A former Arrowtown artist is on the hunt for community members to take charge of some rare historic English oak timber salvaged three years ago.
About 60 women and children started Mother's Day with a 5km run or walk at Lake Hayes, near Arrowtown, on Sunday, after signing up for the seventh annual Jennian Homes Mother's Day Fun Run/Walk,...
A Queenstown trust established last year to help create a ``predator-free paradise'' around the wider Wakatipu is zeroing in on Lake Hayes.
Sports supporters, be warned.
The owner of Hilton Queenstown and the Double Tree Hotel has appealed a decision to allow a new hotel to be built directly opposite its properties at Kelvin Heights.
The battle for a Bunnings in Queenstown is headed to the Environment Court.
At 1.46pm yesterday, a procession of cars led by a grand old Packard set out on a historic drive over the long-awaited Kawarau Falls Bridge, marking the first time the bridge had carried two-way...
Both lanes of the long-awaited Kawarau Falls Bridge will finally open to traffic this afternoon.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council has adopted the district’s inaugural disability policy, a document one woman says has been a long time coming.
A man was flown to Dunedin Hospital late yesterday afternoon after the construction vehicle he was operating rolled about 20m down a bank on SH6.
There will be ongoing public consultation for more than a year on the location of new bus stops and shelters across the Wakatipu.
A last-minute public petition with 1400 names appears to have swung a Queenstown Lakes District Council decision in favour of Wanaka swim coach Stacey Wells.
The Arrowtown Ward councillor says it is "horrifying" to see that one of the proposed district plan recommendations appears to envisage Arrowtown eventually become a "suburb of Queenstown".
Another special housing area seems to be on the way for Queenstown, subject to full council approval tomorrow.
Decisions on the first stage of the proposed district plan are to be notified, subject to full council approval.