Christchurch International Airport executives say they are continuing to meet residents affected by a proposed international airport in Tarras but have refused to name those they have met.
Fly fishing has been described as the most fun you can have standing up. No doubt fly-fisherman, teacher, author and Otago Daily Times angling columnist Mike Weddell would agree.
High levels of E. coli, excess sediment and water quality issues are just some of the findings from a survey into three Wanaka waterways.
It was the first day on the job for a group of workers planting and maintaining thousands of native trees in the Upper Clutha during the next eight weeks.
New Zealand is often referred to as being at the end of the world but the world came to Wanaka in the form of a Youth United Nations.
The impact of extreme weather is believed to have contributed to a decrease in visitor numbers to the Hooker Valley Track in Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park and Milford Sound/Piopiotahi.
Large milk tankers have been moved on from urban streets in Hawea after a Hawea Community Association member raised safety concerns.
Clothing, backpacks, hot-water jugs, jewellery, gumboots, prams, laptops, bike tyres, bike helmets and ornaments were the most common items brought in for repair at the first Wastebusters Repair...
Advertising for a new principal at Wanaka’s Mount Aspiring College has begun, fulfilling another of the tasks for limited statutory manager Madeleine Hawkesby.
Fast response times are vital and can be the difference between life and death in the event of an accident, a resource consent hearing into the construction and operation of a Wanaka marine rescue...
The Christchurch skier who survived a 400m fall down Mt Aspiring thought he was going to die from hypothermia.
The Milford Road remains closed due to the risk of avalanche, a snow warning is in place for other alpine roads and drivers are warned to take care on SH6 between Haast township and Makarora due to forecast heavy rain.
The owners of Lake Hawea’s Glen Dene Station are "very disappointed" they were declined resource consent to subdivide and are considering an appeal.
The skier who survived a 400m fall down Mt Aspiring thought he was going to die from hypothermia.
A Makarora tourist operator has welcomed a million dollars worth of grants from central government to help him survive the Covid crisis but says he would rather have earned the money.
Young people in Wanaka are being invited to make changes for a better future through conversation rather than activism.
Feeling stressed and anxious about how our lives have changed due to the Covid-19 crisis is a natural response, and should not necessarily be called mental illness.
A Wanaka woman who gave birth on the floor of her midwife’s office last year cried as she told Southern District Health Board staff about her experience.
The long-running battle to keep the log cabin on Lake Wanaka’s beachfront ended just before sunrise yesterday, when the building was transported by truck away from the site.
The skier who survived a 400m fall down Mt Aspiring last week is in a stable condition in Dunedin Hospital and those who rescued him say he had more than just luck on his side.