Ten years ago, a disaster killed 29 men at the Pike River Mine. Fast-forward to 2020, and a team of dedicated mountain bike enthusiasts and professional trail builders have completed a 10.8km...
Backlash from Queenstown’s business community has forced the Queenstown Chamber of Commerce to find an alternative venue for a July networking event.
A surprising mini-boom in the domestic car rental industry has caused Kiwi company Jucy to rethink its hibernation plans.
Home and businesses in Arrowtown and Arthur's Point were without power for a few hours this morning.
The number of disposable coffee cups used in Queenstown could begin to tumble thanks to one of six initiatives granted council funding to reduce waste.
A flexible approach to immigration is needed in certain areas, National’s leader has said, but not all migrants can expect to keep their jobs.
Full boatloads of thrillseekers could be seen on Lake Wakatipu yesterday as the need to social-distance was dispensed with.
Protesters knelt or sat on the shingle of Queenstown Beach yesterday for nearly nine minutes, in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter campaign.
Demonstrators have gathered by the memorial arch in Queenstown this afternoon in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
A $100,000 cash injection has created 16 jobs in Queenstown, removing wilding pines that pose wildfire and irrigation threats.
A forecast $25million has been shaved off Queenstown Lakes District Council’s revised income for the year, with a smaller rates rise and reduced tourism-based income.
Internationals who have lost their jobs or have visa concerns will be able to get support from a temporary welfare hub in Queenstown next week.
Queenstown is set to light up this evening as Lumify, a stripped down version of Luma, gets under way in the resort.
A surge in support for Shotover Jet has seen Ngai Tahu Tourism announce a July date for its restart.