The chief executive of the Canterbury and West Coast District Health Boards David Meates has resigned.
Otago and Southland councils could be in line for more than $60 million in Government three waters stimulus and reform funding.
Unseasonably warm temperatures have created almost spring-like conditions at the skifields but it is not unusual, scientists say.
Police are looking for witnesses after a man was spotted on several properties in Old Coach Rd, near Mataura.
A man was airlifted to hospital with serious injuries following a two-vehicle crash near Cromwell this morning.
Alexandra woman Karen Elliot has lived in New Zealand for 47 years - without citizenship, residency or a visa.
The number of people to get tested at a pop-up site in Queenstown has exceeded exceeded expectations, with more than 400 getting swabbed by noon.
National Party volunteers will build stronger billboards following a number of vandalism incidents in Wanaka.
A young child seriously hurt last week at a child-care centre in Queenstown is now receiving treatment in Auckland.
A cordon has been set up to manage a "hot zone", after a truck carrying chemicals crashed on a West Otago highway.
Two revised concept plans for Wanaka’s lakefront development would include the removal of parking on grass verges.
Two years ago, NZSki first announced plans for a $16 million replacement for the Sugar Bowl chairlift at The Remarkables. Finally, after red tape hold-ups, Covid-19 delays and a price hike, it's open to the public.
Mossburn residents have been rallying around to support those affected by the huge fire which destroyed the Mossburn Diner on Friday.
If you're tired of election candidates that over-promise and under-deliver, then Waitaki candidate Daniel Shand might be the man for you.
The first two pairs of great crested grebes to arrive at Lake Wanaka marina for the breeding season have started their courtship behaviour, but some latecomers may struggle to find an empty nest.
A Queenstown landowner wants land bordering Sunshine Bay rezoned to enable about 200 residential units.
It might be feeling more balmy and spring-like than usual, but things are about to get pretty chilly in the South by the week’s end.
From Waimate to the world – Mairead Fox has managed to juggle careers as a nurse and florist, and has squeezed in a lot of travel over the past few years.