Treble Cone has decided to stick to its plan of closing tomorrow, despite there being plenty of snow on the mountain.
A group of Mount Aspiring College pupils are preparing themselves for a trip of a lifetime to Nepal next year, which will include a trek to Everest base camp lying over 5000m above sea level.
As temperatures rise, waters warm, and the sun shines, outdoor enthusiasts in the Upper Clutha will have yet another opportunity to enjoy their own backyard as part of Wanaka’s first triathlon club.
A new Easter event is on the way for Wanaka, this time on the ground rather than in the air.
A team led by an Alexandra-based research company has secured funding to create a world-leading, near real-time assessment tool to the public that will analyse extreme weather events and their link to climate change.
A stunning bluebird day welcomed skiers keen to get a taste of real powder yesterday, after Monday's storm brought at least half a metre of snow to the Queenstown Lakes district's skifields.
An effort to clean up Albert Town included the removal of a 50kg car axle, which was collected and taken to the tip.
About 300 Mount Aspiring College pupils will get the opportunity to try their hand at learning circus tricks this November.
Teams, balls, sticks, racquets, goals, you name it - it will be at the fifth annual Festival of Sport and Recreation held at the Wanaka Recreation Centre this Sunday.
More than 100 people turned out to celebrate the long-awaited opening of the Bullock Creek Hatchery Spring walkway on Tuesday.
A powerful comeback from the Australian Mighty Roos thwarted the Ice Blacks’ hopes of a series sweep, but the men in black still had plenty of reasons to celebrate after securing their first...
The New Zealand Winter Games wrapped up in style at Cardrona on Saturday, thanks to a breathtaking performance from birthday boy Chris Corning, of the United States, in the snowboard world cup big...
Three people were lucky to escape injury yesterday after the car they were travelling in left the Cardrona skifield road and rolled down a bank into some trees.
It was a day to remember for Wanaka freeskier Finn Bilous at the finals of the freeski big air world cup, as the teen secured a world cup podium berth for the first time in his career on his home mountain of Cardrona.
A ruthless display by the Ice Blacks against the Australian Mighty Roos last night clinched the transtasman series for the Kiwi team, a 6-1 victor in Queenstown.
Three people were lucky to escape injury when the car they were in went off the Cardrona skifield road and rolled down a bank into some trees.
Two unlikely Kiwis successfully battled it out with some of the world's best in the big air world cup yesterday at Cardrona, to qualify for the finals, to be held today and tomorrow.
The New Zealand Ice Blacks have drawn first blood in the three-game test series against the Australian Mighty Roos as part of the Winter Games, with a comfortable 4-2 victory thanks to some...
The United States dominated the cross-country skiing freestyle sprint at Snow Farm yesterday, part of the Winter Games.
Queenstowner's Blake Marshall put on a show to win the men's ski title at the four-star freeride event at The Remarkables yesterday.