More pupils from the Wakatipu area may need to take public bus services, instead of school buses, after a review. And some tweaks will be needed for Dunedin soon, with closure of Otago Road Services at the end of the year.
An Oamaru man who damaged the windscreens of eight vehicles at the Queenstown police station will be discharged without conviction once he fully pays reparation.
A Queenstown judge has told a property developer he'll be given the benefit of the doubt that his Covid-19 lockdown breach was born from ‘‘ignorance and not arrogance’’.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council is not requiring its staff to be vaccinated against Covid-19 - at least for now.
A 22-year-old who admitted unlawful sexual connection with a girl seven years his junior, spanning more than 10 months last year, has been sentenced to home detention.
A judge told a Queenstown property developer he would give him the benefit of the doubt a breach of the Covid-19 lockdown in September was borne from "ignorance and not arrogance" this morning.
Welsh-born Eileen Todd, who died late last month, aged 89, came to Queenstown in the mid-'60s with her Scottish husband Jock, who'd flown with the Royal New Zealand Air Force No.75 Squadron...
Wild weather was never going to deter the Crankworx Summer Series New Zealand field during the event’s inaugural Queenstown stop over the weekend.
With the popular Skyline gondola and Queenstown mountain bike park towering overhead, the resort town’s newest track sits nestled among the trees at the top of Kerry Dr.
Queenstown tourism businesses propped up by Government wage subsidies lose their lifeline from today, despite ongoing Covid travel restrictions.
'It’s never OK to abuse or make staff feel unsafe,' this is the QLDC chief executive's message to the public after several staff members experienced verbal abuse and threats ahead of the shift to the Orange traffic light setting tomorrow.
Queenstown Lakes Mayor Jim Boult says he is "very pleased" with the Government’s proposed new freedom camping laws.
For the first time since at least the late 1980s, there will be no fireworks display to ring in the new year in Queenstown.
Queenstown's iFLY Indoor Skydiving was last night named winner of the Tourism Talent Employer of Choice Award at the Tourism Industry Association’s 2021 Tourism Awards.
A new carpark on Queenstown’s Lakeview site could provide some relief for the CBD’s parking squeeze.
Queenstown and Wanaka's official New Year's Eve celebrations - traditionally the busiest weekend of the year - have been cancelled.