The boss of Queenstown’s Eichardt’s Private Hotel and The Grille says the council’s policy to offer a 50% discount on businesses’ table and chairs licence fees, in response to Covid, is ‘‘too little, too late’’.
Tourism Minister Stuart Nash predicts Queenstown could enjoy a record ski season thanks to the transtasman bubble, and hints he’ll announce more measures to help the Covid-ravaged tourism industry...
Sparks are flying over how a section got split into two in Queenstown’s Quail Rise when subdivision is not allowed in the suburb.
A 100-year-old war veteran is not only revisiting Queenstown to attend Sunday’s Anzac Day dawn service, but also present a special gift.
"Passionate" owners have been found for Arrowtown’s most well-known old stone cottage.
A Queenstown property developer whose former company owes more than $1million to creditors is marketing luxury apartments through a new company.
In a Queenstown CBD increasingly riddled with empty premises, that won’t be a problem when the redeveloped O’Connells building opens next year.
A Queenstowner whose former development company’s in hock to creditors for $1 million is flogging luxury apartments through a new company.
New Zealand’s biggest freedom camping organisation is taking Queenstown Lakes District Council to the High Court, saying its effective ban on freedom camping is illegal.
Wakatipu High School is taking a politically correct approach to its next musical.
A plan to install a 7m high digital billboard on the side of Queenstown’s Crowne Plaza hotel has some locals seeing red.
A seven-metre-deep digital billboard proposed for the side of Queenstown’s Crowne Plaza hotel has some locals seeing red.
Part of the village centre at Arrowtown’s Millbrook Resort is about to undergo a $4 million-plus redevelopment.
February 19 was a red-letter day in the lead-up to Queenstown’s, and New Zealand’s, first six-star hotel opening for business.
If the idea of 60 seconds in an ice bath gives you cold shivers, how about 23 minutes?
Queenstown institution Fergburger is celebrating its 20th birthday on Wednesday with a fast food giveaway.
You could hear the shudders when word got out before Christmas one of Otago’s favourite sons, Sir Eion Edgar, had been diagnosed with one of the worst "Big Cs" - pancreatic cancer.
Neighbours of an 1866 Arrowtown cottage listed for sale fear a buyer will carve up its heritage orchard for intensive housing.
A Queenstowner is batting away concerns about mountain bike jumps on his Malaghans Rd property.
A long-time staple of Queenstown’s dining scene is about to emerge from a brief hibernation.