People in Bluff last night got to hear the latest information on the recent discovery of an oyster-killing parasite in the Foveaux Strait.
Social activist and consultant Esther Whitehead has won the vacant Queenstown-Wakatipu ward seat on the QLDC, based on an initial preliminary result for the by-election.
Working visa extensions have been welcomed by Queenstown businesses, but are leaving many migrant workers out of pocket.
A Queenstown jet-boat company has been fined $50,000 and ordered to pay $260,000 in reparation and emotional harm payments for a 2019 crash on the Shotover River that injured the driver and all...
It is hoped changes in the parachuting industry will begin immediately, following a report into the death of an United States skydiver in Queenstown.
An eighty-year-old Dunedin man was told there was no Covid-19 vaccine appointment available at the Meridian vaccine centre because they had "run out of vaccine".
Becoming a member of an organisation that funds local governments is a “no-brainer”, an Otago regional councillor says.
Southland Mayor Gary Tong is frustrated at a NZ Transport Agency decision which has left the council facing a $7.5million shortfall and could force it to close bridges.
The MetService’s new rain radar station near Hindon proved "extremely valuable" during the recent heavy rainfall event which left much of Canterbury inundated by flood water.
Wanaka bookworms took an emotional journey into a little understood part of Kiwi culture this week at the launch of a new book of creative writing by emerging Asian New Zealand writers.
When Trinette and Crystal Wilton’s daughter and sister was murdered, they were angry she had been taken from them.
The chief fire officer of the Hampden Volunteer Fire Brigade arrived home on Tuesday night to find his house on fire.
Nurses in Queenstown and Invercargill joined their colleagues in the larger centres taking industrial action yesterday.
Multiple branches of the Hofmans’ family tree were at the 40th and final Brass Monkey Rally and their rides were far from big tourers — cheap basic Kiwi farm bikes instead.
Hamilton woman Sharon Lankshear is proud her great-great-grandparents’ headstone at Wallacetown has been restored to its former glory.