Skiers and snowboarders finally got their chance to experience new terrain yesterday when Willows Basin had its "soft opening".
The chairman of the independent advisory group which recommended disestablishing the Wanaka Community Board has defended the review panel’s process.
Constantly thinking about how to improve your pie recipe or inventing a new one is the only way to keep winning awards, Wanaka’s national award-winning pie maker says.
One small action by takeaway coffee drinkers in Wanaka has shown what people can do.
Cardrona Alpine Resort and the Snow Farm have broken winter school holiday attendance records and customers do not seem to be complaining.
The future of the Wanaka Community Board is uncertain as the Queenstown Lakes District Council examines how best the Upper Clutha can be represented.
A member of the advisory group which recommended disestablishing the Wanaka Community Board says the town’s residents are not being given a proper chance to have a say.
A building company, a Queenstown four-star hotel and a Wanaka Community workshop were three of the nine successful applicants to receive funding from the Queenstown Lakes District Council for projects designed to reduce waste.
Rural Queenstown residents are up in arms over council plans to put freedom camping sites in their neighbourhood reserves.
Introduced mammalian predators are taking karearea, or New Zealand falcon, eggs and chicks from their nests in the Cardrona Valley but it is too soon to start trapping, a scientist says.
Variety is the killer of life when it comes to stoats.
There has been a huge jump in sediment discharge into pristine waterways throughout the Otago region and developers are being warned to follow the rules.
Queenstown-Lakes residents have been advised to look outside the square in the future.
It was a very early start for Treble Cone’s ski patrol and avalanche control team yesterday following snow earlier in the week.
Exercise is important at any age - just ask Barbara Cruickshank, of Wanaka, who turned 105 yesterday.
Organise it and "they will come" proved to be true yesterday when about 50 participants arrived at the Lake Hawea boat ramp jetty to take the polar plunge and raise money for the community.
An award-winning documentary maker from Wanaka who caught Covid-19 while filming on Mt Everest says with hindsight he would not have gone. Reporter Kerrie Waterworth talks to Scott Simper.
Wanaka’s regional tourist organisation has undergone a major rebranding exercise in the wake of Covid-19's massive impact on the tourism industry.
Contractors working for the Otago Regional Council on wallaby monitoring and surveillance in the Hawea management unit have identified one set of wallaby footprints.