Thousands of music fans won't be rocking to the sounds of famous international acts in Queenstown this summer.
Planner Brett Giddens is not a church-goer, but he’s gone for a church for his new Queenstown office.
Queenstown’s biggest hospo operator’s going up in the world.
A Queenstown cat group swamped with unwanted kittens and abandoned cats believes Covid’s to blame.
Welsh-born Eileen Todd, who died late last month, aged 89, came to Queenstown in the mid-'60s with her Scottish husband Jock, who'd flown with the Royal New Zealand Air Force No.75 Squadron...
Queenstown tourism businesses propped up by Government wage subsidies lose their lifeline from today, despite ongoing Covid travel restrictions.
Queenstown CBD’s largest single-asset retail sale — $32.5 million for Tiki Corner — has just been concluded.
An Auckland company is suing an 83-year-old for $1.5 million in default interest over the blocked purchase of his farm near Glenorchy.
A farming family has ensured the landscape between Queenstown’s Deer Park Heights and the Remarkables mountain range will be protected from development.
An Aussie developer’s huge faith in Queenstown’s been displayed by a large dining and lifestyle hub that’s about to open below the Skyline gondola.
Wakatipu Medical Centre has been rocked by a long-time doctor and another staff member quitting because they will not be vaccinated.
Work is under way to help an elderly Arrowtown resident whose front garden has been flooded about four times since July.
It's been 40 years since the first grapes were planted in the Gibbston valley. Phillip Chandler spoke to the man who started it all, Alan Brady, and Cass Marrett spoke to Valli winemaker Jen Parr about what the next 40 years might bring.
Residents of Queenstown’s ‘‘Old Frankton’’ subdivision who have been complaining about the stench of raw sewage for about three years are at last being listened to.
Clapperboards will be out in Queenstown again next year with confirmation a third series of TV crime thriller One Lane Bridge will be shot.
A Queenstown guided walking company is the first major local tourism business to announce it’s insisting clients are fully vaccinated against Covid.
A prominent property overlooking Queenstown’s CBD has sold to a local buyer for $3.1 million plus GST.
An Environment Court judge this week approved two major golf resort zones near Arrowtown.
It's not your normal chicken teriyaki Subway.
A Queenstown hotelier is "really pessimistic" over the resort’s tourism prospects for the next three or four months.