As the fallout from Covid-19 continues, Queenstown Mayor Jim Boult is worried the resort’s mental health services are struggling to cope with demand.
A high country farmer says proposed laws are part of Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage’s crusade to get farming out of the New Zealand high country.
The longer-term survival of Queenstown’s only wildlife park hinges on two independent applications for government support.
With the ongoing closure of New Zealand’s borders, Queenstown has undoubtedly been hit hard by Covid-19. Subsequently, charities in the town have seen demand like...
The Crown Range Road will close overnight and snow warnings are in place for other southern roads as bad weather bears down on the region.
The regions awoke to frost yesterday morning, with temperatures in the district dropping well below zero overnight.
Queenstown Lakes skifields have had their busiest opening to the season, despite no foreigners being on the slopes.
Southerners woke to another freezing start this morning with temperatures as low as -8degC and freezing fog in places.
Police have still not located the body of missing Dunedin man Martin Suttie from the waters of Lake Wakatipu.
The search for a Dunedin fisherman who went missing on Lake Wakatipu at the weekend is continuing.
Police have released the name of the Dunedin man missing in Lake Wakatipu near Glenorchy.
A car collided with a power pole this morning on Queenstown's Gorge Rd.
With Kiwis unable to escape New Zealand for the winter, the masses have been flocking to Queenstown’s two skifields for the July school holidays.
Volunteer fire brigades are an integral part of New Zealand communities. Arrowtown fire chief Murray Forward chats to Hugh Collins as he reflects on 22 years of...
A bit of light rain was never going to be keep the masses away from the Queenstown waterfront on Saturday.
A night away from their warm, comfy beds was a small price to pay for a group of boys wanting to be the first on the Remarkables’ chair lifts for 2020.
Environmental care and protection is a topic never far from the forefront of public and media discourse.
After a period of heavy doubt and uncertainty created by Covid-19, Queenstown's Remarkables ski field has officially roared into life.
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The Big Buddy Programme has had a hugely positive influence on the younger demographic of the Wakatipu. As part of national Volunteer Week Hugh Collins catches up with longtime co-ordinator Nanette Benington.