As a volunteer, keen Queenstown golfer Bruce Boivin’s been on course for every local New Zealand Open, going back to 2007 at Arrowtown’s The Hills when winner Richard Finch signed his cap.
Fuelled by strong sales, Queenstown’s Jack’s Point Village will soon become a major hub for hospitality, accommodation and recreation.
You've got to hand it to RealNZ, operator of Queenstown’s historic steamship, TSS Earnslaw.
About 250 youngsters will be golfing — for free — on the last day of the New Zealand Open at Arrowtown’s Millbrook, March 3.
Queenstown's Anthony King, who’s again tackling Motatapu’s 56km Coronet Loop mountain bike event next Saturday, admits he didn’t realise what the challenge involved when signing up for last year’s...
After a wretched run of injuries over the past 10 years, Queenstown golfer Ben Campbell’s probably in the form of his life, raising expectations ahead of next week’s locally-hosted New Zealand Open.
Parents of pupils at local primary schools and Wakatipu High are being asked their view on schools providing lunches for students.
It's the end of an era.
Amid an acute shortage of residential sections for sale, earthworks have begun for a 271-lot subdivision immediately north of Queenstown’s Hanley’s Farm.
Queenstown Arts Society is (QAS) bringing back life drawing classes with nude models over the first four Sundays of next month.
Legendary Aussie rugby league coach Wayne Bennett (above) has brought his Dolphins NRL team to Queenstown.
Ministry of Education caught short by Wakatipu High roll explosion
An Auckland-based Brazilian artist whose work’s shown in many art capital cities opens an exhibition of figurative works in Queenstown’s Artbay tonight.
Former Englishwoman Margaret Reid, who turns 100 today, has lived in Queenstown since the late 1950s.
The squeeze is on.
Local councillor Niki Gladding’s calling for a full review relating to Queenstown Bay’s waterfront traders.
Presiding over 600-odd students, about 54 staff and massive campus redevelopment isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. But Queenstown Primary principal Fiona Cavanagh still enjoys her job after almost 10...
What were the odds?
Two developers are turning a boutique hotel property fringing Arrowtown into a residential enclave, Manse Mews.
Local Andrea Balona is happy to be ambassador for the Cancer Society’s Relay for Life fundraiser in Queenstown next month given the vital role it performed during her long cancer journey.