Business owners are up in arms over a parking clampdown in the CBD, calling it a “blatant cash grab” with one owner booked nine times in two weeks.
Queenstown police are searching for an opportunist who they say stole a commercial van from the town centre after the keys were left in the ignition.
Coronet Peak has announced it will extend its season by a week thanks to plenty of springtime snowfall and predictions more is on the way.
A police investigation has started into a brawl involving a large group of people that left two men with facial injuries.
Queenstown police are appealing for witnesses after a brawl broke between a large group of people, leaving two men with facial injuries.
Wagging tongues and tails were signs of happy hounds as they dashed through the snow at Coronet Peak for the 45th dog derby race.
It was the ultimate battle of pop and lock, and high kicks, as hundreds of dancers took centre stage at the New Zealand Schools Hip-Hop, Sport Aerobics and Fitness Championships in Queenstown.
The endangered kea is making a flying return to The Remarkables skifield.
Another two Queenstown residents have tested positive to measles, as health officials continue to fight against the spread in the community.
A University of Otago lecturer opposing plans for a "snow factory" at Coronet Peak for summer skiing believes it will use more electricity in just two days than the average New Zealand home does in...
Another water quality roadshow, another band of frustrated farmers.
Little gardeners mucked in to shovel soil and plant flaxes and grasses at Queenstown's Matakauri Wetlands in a lesson on how to reduce their carbon footprint.
Queenstown residents are angry after two birch trees on a busy street in the town centre were felled as part of a project to relocate bus stops.
The thrill of tying the knot while tying in a holiday with one’s nearest and dearest is making Queenstown more and more popular as a wedding destination.
Queenstown Lakes District Council has effectively ruled out legal action against companies behind the resort's main swimming pool.
School groups set to visit the Remarkables skifield have been warned several ski or snowboard instructors have tested positive for measles.
As the violinists swayed and the flute soloist trilled, mastery of the classics seemed effortless.
Rainbow leis were proudly worn as a sign of support for inclusion and diversity at the official opening party of Winter Pride in Queenstown on Saturday night.
A second Queenstown resident has tested positive for measles and is the third infected person in the area in as many weeks.
A burnt-out shell is all that remains of a Queenstown home after an inferno gutted the Sunshine Bay property.