Queenstown Lakes District’s inequality gap has been put in the spotlight as more than a fifth of residents say they do not have disposable income.
NZSki Ltd’s contentious balancing of development and conservation continued yesterday as three knights jousted over the future of The Remarkables skifield.
Kingsview School pupils enjoyed the rare chance to cover their principal in coloured powder yesterday.
The spirit of Christmas was on full display in Arrowtown yesterday as more than 100 volunteers put together festive treats for those in need.
The "magnificent" landscapes along a proposed ski touring route between Coronet Peak and Treble Cone skifields should attract many outdoor enthusiasts, Coronet Peak Station manager Russell Hamilton...
More than half the rooms at a major Queenstown hotel will be out of action for months next year after two wings of the complex were found to be earthquake-prone.
A large development including 30 homes and a restaurant is planned for a Queenstown suburb struggling with rush-hour traffic.
The Civil Aviation Authority is investigating after an Air New Zealand pilot reported seeing a drone pass in front of a passenger jet approaching Queenstown.
Plans are on track to relaunch the historic Kingston Flyer steam train which has been off the rails since 2013.
The majority of submissions on NZSki's application to Doc to build a replacement chairlift and trails at the Remarkables ski area are in support.
On the shores of Lake Wakatipu, a small birthday cake was placed gently on an English flag, surrounded by flowers.
You wouldn’t recognise it from the old days. Following a multi-million dollar renovation, Queenstown’s Aspen Hotel has jumped star ratings and this week was rebranded ‘Kamana Lakehouse’.
Families and contributors to Queenstown's new baby memorial gathered yesterday to mark its official opening.
A clean, green, welcoming, creative, active, accessible and resilient place that embraces its Maori ancestry and European heritage and has a strong, diverse economy.
About 100 mourners have gathered on the shores of Lake Wakatipu to pay tribute to slain English tourist Grace Millane.
A freelance cameraman who challenged Simon Bridges to go driving with him near Queenstown to see the driving habits of overseas tourists has been jailed for six months for defrauding MSD of more than $9000.
Queenstown's mayor has hit out at the NZ Transport Agency over Queenstown's traffic woes, saying he is "frustrated'' by the slow pace of progress.
A vigil planned for Dunedin tomorrow to honour slain English tourist Grace Millane follows one in Queenstown tonight.