Millbrook Resort and Nomad Safaris are the latest tourist operators to announce redundancies in Queenstown.
The scale of need in Queenstown is what sets it apart from the rest of the country, the director of Civil Defence says.
Another 65 foreign nationals in Queenstown seeking welfare assistance have been contacted by Emergency Management Otago.
A group of Brazilians are able to fly home today thanks to support from the Queenstown community.
Popular burger bar Fergburger in Queenstown is to reopen today.
Covid-19 continues to pinch in Queenstown, and there has been no let-up in those seeking aid from the local council.
There were smiles across Queenstown yesterday as some businesses reopened to offer food and drink as the country moved to Alert Level 3 under Covid-19 rules.
A lack of demand is the reason Queenstown Airport has remained closed, the Government has said in response to a petition to restart flights.
The future of a cafe in Kingston hangs in the balance after a dispute between the landlord and leaseholder.
Queenstown residents woke to the sound of the bugle this morning as a small group commemorated Anzac Day standing at least two metres apart, observing Covid-19 lockdown rules.
The first of four hostels in Queenstown had swab teams from WellSouth test residents for Covid-19 yesterday.
When lockdown ends and people return to bars and restaurants, it is likely customers will have to register their details — and that is about to get a lot easier thanks to a Queenstown business duo.
Hundreds of rental cars are parked up at Queenstown Airport and Remarkables Park, as the Covid-19 pandemic puts a brake on business.
Acts of heroism during the Covid-19 crisis are to be rewarded with mini-breaks, thanks to an initiative by a former Otago cricketer.
Lockdown was lit up by a life-long musician wanting to make his 50th wedding anniversary extra special for his wife in Fernhill.
Shoppers at Pak’nSave in Queenstown were yesterday asked to take part in Covid-19 swab tests, to help the Government assess whether to lower the country’s alert level.
About 300 people at a Queenstown supermarket are being swabbed for sentinel testing to examine whether there has been community transmission in the resort or not.
Fire crews dealt with a horse float fire yesterday afternoon near Alexandra.
A grateful mother has thanked midwives for supporting her to give birth in Queenstown, despite the resort’s temporary maternity unit not being quite finished.
Promoting Queenstown’s ski season to those in the North Island should be an early priority for Tourism New Zealand, the resort’s mayor says.