Some Northlake residents are unhappy at the changes in the subdivision's development plan, and believe the developers are not providing the amenities they were "sold on''.
A week of collaborative Dine by Donation events held earlier this month raised $7500 for two charities focused on solving the issue of child impoverishment and hunger.
Otago regional councillor Ella Lawton denies claims she is using her influence as a councillor to receive special treatment for a project steering committee she chairs.
A team of Central Otago high school pupils will take on an Anglican parish on the issue of euthanasia tomorrow in what is described as an ‘‘extraordinary debate’’ by event organiser Michael Laws.
Police have released the name of the woman killed in a crash in the Matukituki Valley near Treble Cone yesterday.
A new world-class "landing bag" will be installed on the slopes of Cardrona skifield this season, as snowsports athletes start working towards the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.
One person has died near the Treble Cone Ski area after becoming trapped in a car which left the road and ended up upside down in a creek.
Questions were raised about the intent of a resource consent application at a hearing in Wanaka yesterday.
Outdoor clothing retailer Macpac will be the new tenant of the old Wanaka fire station building in Ardmore St.
Wakatipu High School dominated the field at this year’s Smokefreerockquest Central Otago final, held in Wanaka on Saturday night.
Hundreds of people gathered at the Dinosaur Park in Wanaka on Saturday afternoon to celebrate Matariki, or Maori New Year.
Residents concerned about the proposed removal of the Hawea waste depot, expressed their concerns and outlined alternatives to Queenstown Lakes District Council staff at a public meeting on Saturday.
The issue of stormwater management from the Northlake subdivision has come under fire again, this time from its closest neighbours.
Upper Clutha volunteer group Food for Love has received a helping hand from celebrity chef Annabel Langbein.
The snow on the skifields is not going anywhere, ski area managers around the Queenstown-Lakes district report.
Submitters on the proposed plan change to the Northlake special zone in Wanaka argue the change would breach the zone's objectives and policies.
A Supermarket planned for the Northlake subdivision will not have any adverse effects on trade competitors in Three Parks and central Wanaka, the developers’ counsel says.