A judge has told a Queenstown electrician he is lucky to not be in prison for a coward’s punch that left a man lying senseless and bleeding on the footpath.
Queenstown hospitality operators, already battered by the dropoff in tourist numbers, are being further beaten up by chronic staff shortages.
A much-loved Queenstown nurse and, latterly, caregiver has finally retired just four months shy of her 90th birthday.
The owner of a Queenstown holiday park says he is able to operate "business as usual" after the park was announced as a close contact location of interest yesterday.
As Covid drags on, Queenstown’s set to continue with two economies this year - a "gangbusters’’ property and development sector and a struggling tourism sector as long as borders stay closed.
A new Covid-19 high-risk location of interest in Queenstown has been released by the Ministry of Health this morning.
A Lake Hawea man has been fined $500 for going jet-boating near Makarora during last year’s Covid-19 lockdown.
The threat of a Covid-19 outbreak in the South loomed a little closer yesterday, after the Ministry of Health publicised several new locations of interest in Queenstown.
A Dunedin forestry worker who assaulted two men in Queenstown last October had only five days earlier been sentenced for a lockdown breach that made national headlines.
The Ministry of Health has revealed new Covid-19 locations of interest on its website this evening which includes places in Queenstown and Hokitika, on the West Coast.
The Torpedo7 Coronet Peak Goldminer mountain biking race put racers in the hurt locker on Saturday, some riders opting out partway through.
Kingston’s Race the Train event was full steam ahead, with scores of runners and their families turning out to take on the famous Kingston Flyer.
New locations in both Queenstown and Arrowtown have been added to the Ministry of Health's locations of interest list.
The developer behind a luxury lodge proposal near Queenstown has decided to publicly notify it after an unfavourable planning report.
Thousands of music fans will not be rocking to the sounds of famous international acts in Queenstown this summer.