A tourist worker is claiming he has been unfairly issued $800 worth of freedom camping fines in Queenstown this month.
A Queenstown police sergeant is disappointed the "flavour" in the resort over the weekend was "intoxication".
Two heritage sites in the Wakatipu gained Landmarks Whenua Tohunga status yesterday.
Vivid leaves were almost outnumbered by roses at the Arrowtown Autumn Festival street parade on Saturday.
Westpac has withdrawn its ATM machine services in Arrowtown, leaving only one remaining bank ATM - right before the town’s biggest event.
Arrowtown Autumn Festival has three new events this year.
A French tourist says she is lucky to be alive after a gas cooker exploded in her face in Queenstown yesterday.
Arthurs Point restaurant and venue Gantley's is officially closing down after 25 years of hospitality, weddings, parties and conferences.
Motorists are being urged to take "extreme caution" over the Crown Range road this morning.
Queenstown Primary School raised almost $40,000 at its annual fair on Saturday.
Police are investigating three alleged assaults and have made two arrests after St Patrick's Day celebrations in Queenstown.
"One, two, three, four, rural mums deserve more", was the chant heard in the streets of Lumsden at the weekend.
Hundreds of people swarmed to the Village Green in Queenstown to celebrate St Patrick's Day on Saturday.
An Arrowtown pensioner wants to know why her once-peaceful, narrow street is now a highway for buses.
The NZ Transport Agency plans to review a Queenstown intersection following Tuesday's three-car crash in which a Chinese tourist was injured.
An extra 70m of specialised sonar equipment is on its way to Queenstown to allow the search for a missing United States skydiver to continue.
The Police National Dive Squad are waiting for more specialist equipment to arrive before continuing their Queenstown search for a missing US skydiver.
A Queenstown skydive company has refused to confirm whether a tandem jumpmaster involved in last week's presumed fatal accident has been grounded.
A Queenstown woman granted Kiwi citizenship yesterday says it was Winston Peters' immigration election policies that prompted her to get her ducks in a row.
Glenorchy's lakefront is getting a makeover.