A Lake Hawea man has called upon the Wanaka Community Board and the Queenstown Lakes District Council to petition central government over the Special Housing Act (SHA) legislation.
Fundraising for the Wanaka Community House received a strong boost last week and plans are in place to secure the money needed for the facility to be debt-free.
The planning process for a new $4million community centre in Luggate will get under way next month with the hope it can open by the start of 2021.
It has been years in the making, but Phoebe Young is to finally take the first step towards her Olympic dream.
The popular Roys Peak walking track is set to close for lambing from Monday and will remain shut for more than a month.
The third and final stage of the Wanaka Skate Park could be built next year, a move which would increase the size of the busy park by a third.
A woman was trapped but uninjured after the car she was driving left Domain Rd in Hawea Flat and hit a tree.
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 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.