A top New Zealand tennis coach has become another casualty of Queenstown’s "crazy" cost of housing.
Invercargill City Council's chief executive has revealed a budget blowout of $4.5 million for the council-owned Don St development, highlighting ''lapses in management and process''.
The family of a man murdered in Invercargill have spoken out about the "unsubstantiated allegations" made against their son.
Tessa Prentice, from Conway Flat near Cheviot, North Canterbury, braves the cold water in Stevensons Arm, Lake Wanaka, to come up smiling.
It started out as a quiet paddle, a leisurely trip down the Manuherikia River from Alexandra’s Shaky Bridge.
Wanaka business confidence experienced a "small downturn" in a survey conducted by the Ignite Wanaka Chamber of Commerce in June.
Despite the rain at the start of the day on Saturday, the weather soon cleared and the 153rd annual Tokomairiro A&P Show in Milton went ahead as planned.
Fine weather brought out a big crowd for the Queenstown Mountain Bike Club’s annual Season of Shred event in Fernhill on Saturday.
Nature-lovers could soon benefit from a new public track accessing the mouth of Wye Creek and Lake Wakatipu.
Wet and windy weather forced the cancellation of the Bluff Christmas parade yesterday but it wasn’t enough to dampen the spirits of those attending the Christmas festival.
Two men have been sentenced to life in prison for the murder of 19-year-old Jack McAllister outside Stadium Southland last year.
Eliminate the Stigma organiser Krystal Thomason revved up the conversation about mental health in Invercargill on Saturday.
Queenstown weightlifters who attend a seminar held by a banned Olympian may face a two-year ban themselves from the sport.
A very Kiwi Santa spread some Christmas cheer to Invercargill residents on Saturday, including 21-month-old Eliza Coote.