The summer of multisport is not over just yet.
International companies are returning to Warbirds Over Wanaka this Easter, as preparations for the 30th Anniversary event continue to accelerate.
Police are urging motorists to slow down and obey the temporary speed limits at several road works sites on State Highway 6 between Fox Glacier and Haast Pass, following two crashes in loose gravel...
One of the United States F-16 demonstration team pilots performing at Warbirds Over Wanaka says those in attendance should expect a show.
The effort to repatriate long-lost New Zealand airliners and display them in Wanaka is continuing to make progress, according to campaign head Paul Brennan.
Despite a protest by an anti-rodeo contingent, the New Zealand National Finals Rodeo finished without incident in Wanaka yesterday.
Another year, another round of stunning weather, another huge crowd.
Wanaka's Volunteer Fire Brigade is searching for sponsors to support its title-chasing road crash rescue team at the South Island and national championships.
Chalmers Cottage, located on Helwick St in central Wanaka, is one of Wanaka's oldest surviving homes and has been formally listed by Heritage New Zealand as a building with historical significance or value.
People of all ages in Wanaka now have the opportunity to learn from one of the nation's best tennis players.
The Southern DHB has announced plans to create "maternal and child hubs" to help boost services in the region.
Come next month, Deb Harvey will be Wanaka’s sole remaining local midwife.
Euphoria swept through Wanaka as the community welcomed home its successful Winter Olympians Zoi Sadowski-Synnott and Nico Porteous with cheers and a deafening haka.
The two people who walked away unscathed from a helicopter crash at Wanaka Airport had a theory on what caused the crash, police say.
Wanaka's Winter Olympic stars Zoi Sadowski-Synnott and Nico Porteous have returned to their second home at Cardrona, but this time with bronze medals around their necks.
A street parade and public celebration for Wanaka-based Olympians Zoi Sadowski-Synnott and Nico Porteous will be held tomorrow afternoon in Wanaka.
Successful Winter Olympians Zoi Sadowski-Synnott and Nico Porteous will be welcomed home in Wanaka with a street parade on Thursday afternoon.
A Wanaka community group is desperately seeking funding to upgrade its communications facility on Roys Peak.
Plans are afoot to celebrate the success of Olympic heroes Zoi Sadowski-Synnott and Nico Porteous when they return home to Otago.
A late change of venue did not affect Commonwealth Games-bound cross-country riders Anton Cooper and Samara Sheppard in the New Zealand mountain bike national championships in Wanaka over the weekend.