In the wake of this country’s borders closing due to Covid-19 and the prediction they will not open any time soon, many New Zealand tourist operators have had to reconfigure and target...
Work has begun on finding a solution to stormwater flooding that occurs regularly on one of Wanaka’s main arterial routes.
When 6-year-old Barbara Cruickshank boarded the ship Ionic in Liverpool in 1922 bound for New Zealand, she could not have imagined she would be celebrating her 104th birthday in Wanaka yesterday.
"Fabulous" was how Cardrona Alpine Resort and Treble Cone general manager Bridget Legnavsky described opening day at the Treble Cone skifield on Saturday.
An ex-Royal New Zealand Air Force Harvard aircraft not flown in more than 60 years is being restored in Wanaka.
Organisers of the big two Queenstown Lakes District summer music festivals are expecting tickets to sell out as fast, even though they are unlikely to include international acts.
The quality of water entering lakes, rivers and streams from farms in the Upper Clutha catchment is improving due to the thousands of natives being planted. One of the nurseries supplying plants is Wanaka’s Te Kakano Aotearoa Trust nursery.
The weather might be frightful, but freezing temperatures are good news for the Queenstown Lakes district’s skifields.
It is that time of the year when snow chains must be carried, but many of us do not know how to put them on.
Planning for Wanaka’s first International Day of Yoga celebration began before the Covid-19 crisis but the stress of lockdown gave it a whole new focus.
Jobs are going at Wanaka’s BP 2go service station when it closes next month and none of those staff have got jobs at a BP Connect station due to open the following day.
Members of the Wanaka Water Project will soon feature in a video on the Ministry for the Environment’s website and social media channels.
Breaking the ice on every frozen stream and puddle on Lake Wanaka’s Bremner Bay shoreline is a big job, but someone has to do it.
A Kiwi chef about to start work at Treble Cone skifield says we should not rush to open our borders "until it is safe".
Tourism hot spots have attracted national attention due to the impact of Covid-19, but there are many small tourist communities just as battered and bruised. Kerrie Waterworth reports how Makarora is trying to survive post Covid-19.
Traffic had to be diverted from entering Lakeside Rd yesterday afternoon after a Hiab truck tipped over outside the Marina Terrace Apartments construction site in Wanaka.