A $400,000 new base for Queenstown Coastguard is expected to open in February.
American student Spencer Dow was on the trip of a lifetime in New Zealand when he was killed in a car crash near Queenstown.
Inquiries are ongoing as police try to identify the man who died in a crash near Kingston yesterday and notify his next of kin.
One person is dead and ten injured, including one in a critical condition, after a crash between a car and a tourist bus near Kingston this morning.
The owner of Queenstown's skifields has announced a $35million investment project featuring a chondola, new lift, and summer offerings.
Queenstown's mayor says further development along Ladies’ Mile is "improbable" unless the NZ Transport Agency (NZTA) can find a solution to increasing traffic congestion.
Queenstown's council will partner with Ngai Tahu to explore options for a community hub in the resort's CBD.
The former site of Queenstown's high school looks set to be developed for housing.
Queenstown's central bus hub may be moved and 17 car parks scrapped under a new proposal.
The rally course was swapped for the luge track in Queenstown yesterday, as teams from the Targa Rally and charity Race4Life got behind the wheel - or the handlebars, anyway.
Organisers are expecting this year's MindJam to be frightfully fun, with everything from Frankenstein to farming up for discussion.
Queenstown's average weekly rent has hit a record, and is now higher than the entire take-home pay for someone earning the minimum wage.
A woman has been taken to Lakes District Hospital with serious injuries after reportedly being hit by a car in central Queenstown.
The efforts of 13 Glenorchy women who added their names to a petition that earned New Zealand women the right to vote were recognised at a ceremony yesterday.
More than 150 people have had their say on a plan to future-proof Frankton over the next three decades.
A top Queenstown chef’s preparing to whip up locally-inspired cuisine as part of a star-studded event to raise money for Leukaemia & Blood Cancer New Zealand.
Queenstown's affordable rental accommodation squeeze is taking its toll on one of the resort’s biggest employers.
A slippery slope, or mercy for those in unbearable pain?
A top doctor’s broken ranks to criticise the district health board for exaggerating Queenstown’s drinking problem.
Things were blooming marvellous in Arrowtown yesterday as the town prepared for its annual flower show.