Queenstown’s biggest tourism company needs a new boss.
Queenstown’s publicly-funded mental health team’s in a state of breakdown following five staff resignations in recent months.
A Queenstown volunteer firefighter is helping to give free accommodation to weary Aussie firefighters needing a break from fighting devastating bushfires.
After almost 35 years as an iconic steak and seafood restaurant in Queenstown Mall, Britannia is changing course.
Getting involved in the community was second nature for Arrowtowners Alison and Nigel Douglas. Nigel goes over their local highlights with Philip Chandler, explains why they’ve left for Geraldine,...
A Queenstown tourist operator believes the New Zealand government’s coronavirus-induced travel ban on Chinese is an over-reaction that’ll damage the resort.
Anyone with a spare $580,000 to $720,000 can choose among some of the last residential plots on the Queenstown side of Lake Wakatipu’s Frankton Arm.
Last week plucky 15-year-old Queenstown freeskier Ruby Andrews cast aside crutches to finish fifth in the halfpipe at the Winter Youth Olympics in Switzerland.
With concerns at fever pitch over foreign drivers causing road accidents, a Queenstowner believes he’s found the silver bullet.
Since joining Queenstown’s regional tourism organisation in 2007, Graham Budd has overseen staggering visitor growth in New Zealand’s foremost tourism resort. Originally general manager marketing...
Wellington artist Max Patte with Zoantharia, one of his pieces being exhibited in the resort's Artbay Gallery until February 16.
If you thought knocking off Fiordland’s three Great Walks within 24 hours was impossible, you’ve reckoned without slimly-built Queenstown runner Hywel Dinnick.
It doesn’t get much rarer – a Queenstown section that has still not been built on 50 years after its title was issued.
Having plonked about $50 million into Gibbston Valley Winery, American Phil Griffith calls himself the poster-child for foreign investment in New Zealand. He talks to Philip Chandler just weeks...
While no date has been set for a six-month trial of Lime electric scooters in Queenstown, two other operators are up and running.
Australia has been the making of Arrowtown-raised Isla and Finley Brentwood, who call themselves “Australasia’s only strictly ginger, brother-sister duo”.