The issue of school buses in Wanaka being over-capacity is getting worse, Mount Aspiring College school bus co-ordinator Simon Nyhof believes.
Free coaching and official courses are being offered next week in Wanaka, in the hope of increasing the number of coaches and officials for growing clubs in the area.
Some Queenstown Lakes District councillors are concerned the Queenstown Airport Corporation is not listening to community feedback.
Queenstown Lakes Mayor Jim Boult and other Queenstown Lakes councillors have urged the Queenstown Airport Corporation to provide more information about its plans for Wanaka Airport.
Organisers of the Wanaka A&P Show are welcoming two new members to their team at this year's event, with a focus on the future.
Hundreds of cavalcaders arrive in Lake Hawea today, ready to kick back, relax, and have a hoedown. Organisers were busy yesterday at the Hawea Domain, preparing the venue for a crowd of up to 4000.
The six-year process to establish the Wanaka Watersports Facility is about to enter its final stage.
The question of whether a marine rescue centre should be built at Eely Point Recreation Reserve has been debated at a hearing in Wanaka.
Kiwibank has announced it will soon establish a stand-alone branch in Wanaka.
A potential new home for Coastguard Wanaka at Eely Point will face significant opposition at a hearing of submissions today.
It may be the new kid on the block, but Wanaka Associated Football Club says it is keen to stamp its mark on the Southern Premier League this season.
Friends of the man who died in a jet-boat crash on the Clutha River on Sunday say he was "an outstanding fellow'' and "a good family man''.
The man who died in a jet boat crash while racing on the Clutha River has been named.
Not everyone is on board with the idea of redeveloping Wanaka's lakefront.
A potential home for Upper Clutha community groups is one step closer to reality.
An online petition asking to overturn the decision to ban jumping off the Albert Town Bridge is quickly gaining momentum.
The plan to redevelop Centennial and Naish Parks into a combined recreational hub of activity could be closing in on its final concept.
A group of neighbours to a consented food truck garden in Wanaka have appealed the decision made by the Queenstown Lakes District Council.
Signs have been installed warning people about jumping off the Albert Town Bridge, but the move has been labelled "heavy-handed".
A pedestrianised town centre is to be trialled next month in Wanaka.