An online survey has revealed 32.6% of Upper Clutha and Central Otago residents earn between $40,000 and $60,000.
There were a few worried residents in Naseby early yesterday when they woke to the sound of rain on the morning of their annual ice festival but the weather proved kind.
As winter sets in, and temperatures plummet, it can feel as cold inside as it does out, due to a house's poor thermal performance. And nowhere is that more keenly felt than in our neck of the woods.
Bernice Lepper has been an integral part of Alexandra Community House from when it was simply an idea, chairing the set-up board that brought the community services hub into being.
The threat of water pollution oozing from a consented subdivision and lack of consultation with the community has Kingston residents frustrated with the QLDC and worried about the water quality of Lake Wakatipu.
For those getting behind the wheel after too many drinks, the odds of being caught drink-driving have gone up significantly in the past six months, particularly in Queenstown Lakes and Central Otago.
Sections of Centennial Ave, Alexandra, will be closed next week as Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency undertakes test pit investigations ahead of a resurfacing programme.
The resource consent for Clyde Dam is under close scrutiny after the Lake Dunstan Charitable Trust asked for a review of Contact Energy’s consent conditions.
When Brie Cook entered the construction industry, it was a lonely place for a young woman working in the trades.
Environmental groups in Wanaka and Clyde benefited from the Otago Regional Council Eco Fund grants announced yesterday, receiving $122,105 between them.
The frustration felt by Maniototo residents over the poor state of many of the area’s bridges was acknowledged by the Maniototo Community Board at its meeting in Ranfurly on June 23.
A judge has praised a young Alexandra man for the "remarkable" changes in his life since his arrest on a slew of cannabis-related charges.
A damaged pier on Luggate’s Red Bridge on State Highway 8A, near Wanaka, will be fixed during a three-week repair and maintenance project next month.
Seasonal horticultural workers showed off their culinary skills and new-found confidence in the kitchen at the weekend.