The Wanaka community is coming together to offer those most affected by last month's terror attacks in Christchurch the chance to escape and enjoy some time in the Upper Clutha.
The fate of a proposed marine rescue centre for Coastguard Wanaka Lakes will be decided at a full council meeting tomorrow.
Wanaka's Anzac Day commemorations will have special guests this year.
Some of New Zealand's most influential women are taking part in a public lecture series in Wanaka.
Organisers of the Festival of Colour say they are thrilled with how it went.
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Spills, thrills, tricks and flips.
Landscapes, wildlife, people and rock bands were just some of the images that could be seen at the Wanaka Camera Club's annual photographic exhibition at the Wanaka Hotel yesterday.
School children throughout the Queenstown Lakes and Central Otago have been taking advantage of rare opportunities to learn from some of the best in the arts industry.
Dozens gathered at the Wanaka lakefront to examine and learn about electric cars and the attraction of owning one.
Plans to redevelop a large area of the Wanaka lakefront will not go ahead until parking issues are resolved.
Two Wanaka artists will represent New Zealand at the London Art Biennale next month.
A major loss of lakeshore parking and replacement of the Millennium Walkway to accommodate gardens, lawns and a promenade are key points of the proposed design of stage two of the Wanaka lakefront development.
A group of Wanaka musicians have organised a 12-hour benefit concert for the victims of the Christchurch terror attacks, with the hope of raising "as much cash as we can".
The delivery of the temporary Luggate Hall has been delayed for at least another two months, as the Queenstown Lakes District Council continues to work through the resource consent process.
The piers for the Waiho (Waiau) bridge at Franz Josef Glacier have come through the flood well, and the first trucks with replacement parts are in town.
Members of the Wanaka community get their first glance at the Wai Water Wanaka exhibition at the Festival of Colour opening last night.
Haast township is still without power, food and sewerage, three days after a huge storm swept through the area.
The Festival of Colour is set to light up Wanaka once again for the next 10 days, and organisers believe it will bring the community together at an "especially important time".
For 40 years, Hazel Horne has lived on the banks of the Waiatoto River, but never had she seen it sweep across her property with the force it did on Tuesday.