Hundreds of people raced up to Cardrona ski field today to carve their first lines in the snow this season and escape yet another day of inversion cloud hovering above Wanaka.
Ongoing sediment spills from the Alpha Series subdivision into Bullock Creek have caused Tuesday's scheduled opening of the Bullock Creek boardwalk to be scrapped.
At the end of New Zealand Music Month one Upper Clutha group was still putting smiles on people's faces with its community contribution.
Tourists continue to flock to Roys Peak despite freezing temperatures and snow engulfing the upper portion of the track.
The adequacy of stormwater systems in new Wanaka subdivisions has been brought into question by heavy rain this week.
"This is a debacle."
More police are required to control crowds in Wanaka and Hawea during the New Year period.
Plans to develop Peak View Ridge, in Wanaka, into an accessway to the Northlake subdivision have been opposed by the road's residents.
The effort to upgrade the Roys Peak communications facility has been successful.
Attending events at the Lake Wanaka Centre has just become a lot more comfortable.
Wanaka chef Lucas Parkinson, of Ode restaurant, hopes to raise $10,000 for two charities from five Dine by Donation events the restaurant is hosting next month.
Construction of the long-awaited Wanaka Community House is set to begin in August.
Freeskier Byron Wells says he will take a year-long sabbatical from skiing in order to fully recover from a run of serious injuries and increase his longevity in the sport.
Lake Hawea residents have called for the creation of a 2050 "visionary" plan for the town, but there is some confusion about how that will happen.
Challenge Wanaka athletes are likely to see more native trees sprouting up along the run course in coming years, thanks to a new partnership between the event and local trust Te Kakano.
Less than two years after the opening ribbon was cut at the Wanaka Recreation Centre, some people believe it is too small.
Landing a "huge role'' will mean some globe-trotting for a Wanaka groom.
Former Commonwealth Games medallist Barbara Beable believes Wanaka’s current track and field facilities are in desperate need of an upgrade.
The future of Wanaka’s lakefront could be one without cars — at least, not where they are now.
The Albert Town lagoon could become a "precious and iconic wetland" if fully restored, Albert Town Community Association chairman Jim Cowie says.