Musician and author Craig Smith may have book and album projects on the go, but he has still found time for a whirlwind tour of Asia.
One of Vietnam’s highest-profile music producers has been in Queenstown this week.
Westpac has withdrawn its ATM machine services in Arrowtown, leaving only one remaining bank ATM - right before the town’s biggest event.
A Wakatipu trio has plans brewing for world domination.
A plan outlining major council projects in Queenstown over the next decade has attracted more than 500 submissions.
Creative Cows wants to hear from street artists.
Queenstown Resort College graduands parade along Camp St to the Queenstown Memorial Centre yesterday afternoon, led by piper Graeme Glass, of Queenstown, and flag bearers representing the...
Two heritage sites in the Wakatipu are to officially receive Landmarks status.
An $8.2million plan to develop Queenstown Gardens should not allow for large commercial events, councillors say.
The chairman of the New Zealand Open is already planning to include an unbuilt golf course in the future of the tournament.
A police drug intelligence report shows Queenstown was the most popular intended destination for ecstasy pills seized at the border.
Ray White Queenstown is putting on a "different" kind of open home today after a car crashed through the shop's front window this morning.
Queenstown's last slice of Commonage land is expected to sell for more than $20 million.
Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage supports a Queenstown bed tax as one solution to "pressure points" caused by burgeoning tourist numbers.
Arrowtown Autumn Festival has three new events this year.
Two Otago mayors are leading the charge to tackle freedom camping issues in New Zealand.
Lawyers are free to criticise and speak out on judges' decisions providing it does not undermine public confidence in the judicial system, New Zealand Law Society president Kathryn Beck says.
A development plan for the Queenstown Gardens will go before the Queenstown Lakes District Council community services committee for approval tomorrow.
A French tourist says she is lucky to be alive after a gas cooker exploded in her face in Queenstown yesterday.
Crashes and complaints on Otago Lakes roads are both up a whopping 150 percent over the last five years.