Crowds gathered around the 85ft big air jump at Cardrona yesterday afternoon to witness dozens of teenage freeskiers and snowboarders defy gravity in the junior world championship big air finals.
Waitaki MP Jacqui Dean (right) says she will continue to push the issue of improving maternity services in the Upper Clutha region to Health Minister David Clark and the Southern District Health...
Early fog delayed proceedings for the junior world championship big air qualifiers yesterday, but there was plenty of action once the skies cleared.
More than 900 athletes were welcomed to the 2018 New Zealand Winter Games in Wanaka last night with a stunning sunset glistening across Lake Wanaka.
Three people are being transported to the Wanaka Medical Centre after the jetboat they were travelling in hit a bank and crashed on Lake Wanaka at the mouth of the Matukituki River.
When Kelly Sildaru takes off from Cardrona’s 85ft big air jump this morning, onlookers will expect a performance that will blow away the rest of the competition lining up next to her in the junior...
Organisers of the Love Lake Wanaka crowdfunding campaign are confident of meeting their fundraising target of $60,000 by the end of the year, despite not having yet reached halfway.
The process of creating school enrolment zones in Wanaka has begun between the board of Wanaka Primary School and the establishment board of the new Wanaka South School.
Strap on your boots, grab your skis and adjust your goggles, the New Zealand Winter Games are back, this time with an injection of youth.
There is no problem with people quietly living long-term at the Albert Town campground, councillors and the campground manager say.
Coastguard Wanaka is pleased its wish for a marine rescue centre to be built at Eely Point has been supported by the Wanaka Community Board.
Wanaka rider Phoebe Young says being selected for the Youth Olympic Games in Argentina in October is a ''major step'' towards her ultimate goal of competing at the Olympics.
Freshly dried tea towels combusting are believed to be the cause of a fire that severely damaged the interior of Ode Conscious Dining in Wanaka on Sunday morning.
The Ministry of Education is standing firm on its policy that allows children to stand on school buses on the open road, despite calls for change from the Wanaka Primary School board.
There was barking, laughter and general chaos at the Wanaka Sled Dog Festival yesterday, but if you listened closely enough, you could almost hear the sound of distant wedding bells.
The first step has been successful for a developer hoping to turn private cul-de-sac Peak View Ridge into an access point to its development.