An infant has been injured in a head-on crash in Queenstown.
Ngāi Tahu is rubbishing National Party leader Judith Collins' claim that the iwi wants to co-own the South Island's water infrastructure assets.
Live sport’s getting a full-time home in Queenstown once things kick off at a new bar boasting 15 TV screens.
An organisation dedicated to nourishing Queenstown residents and their families has upscaled its operations after setting up a base in a Frankton warehouse.
A 110-year-old former church has become part of the Malaghans Road landscape, between Queenstown and Arrowtown.
About 60 migrants from Queenstown Lakes, Central Otago and Southland gathered on Queenstown’s waterfront yesterday evening for a candlelight vigil to assert their right to stay in New Zealand.
A man who flouted Covid-19 lockdown rules in the southern region has had his conviction quashed after a fundamental error was made by a duty solicitor and judge.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council will not appeal a High Court decision that deemed the 100-year Wanaka Airport lease to Queenstown Airport Corporation in 2018 was unlawful.
Members of Queenstown’s migrant community will come together for a candlelight vigil on the resort’s waterfront today to assert their right to stay in New Zealand.
A Queenstown building manager has his sixth conviction for drink-driving after being caught driving at nearly four times the legal limit.
A Queenstown man who successfully argued the case for a whanau room at Lakes District Hospital has won praise for his determination.
A new process for applying for community grants is like entering a beauty competition without knowing the judging criteria, Queenstown Lakes district councillors were told yesterday.
Queenstown businesses have been warned the days of cheap foreign labour have gone but told the Government would look at some of their immigration gripes.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council’s planning department has been accused of allowing narrow commercial interests to trump the rights of residents living and working in the Wanaka community.
The Queenstown Trails Trust has secured government funding for another extension to its growing network of mountain bike trails in the Wakatipu Basin.
Fifty households will have moved in to their new homes in Frankton by the end of this weekend, in a scheme which means they are paying not much more than $200,000.
Fish & Game believes developers of resorts and golf courses near Lake Hayes should have to chip in to help pay to restore the lake’s water quality.
News of more than $100 million in funding targeted at tourism-reliant communities in the South Island has been hailed as potentially "game-changing".