Free parking is being suggested as one way to bring people back into Queenstown’s CBD and help restart the struggling hospitality and retail sector.
A new winery, restaurant, education and event complex planned for Gibbston has cleared its first hurdle under the Government’s fast-track consenting process.
Part of the village centre at Arrowtown’s Millbrook Resort is about to undergo a $4 million-plus redevelopment.
A private jet has flown from Sydney to Queenstown to pick up a single passenger for their repatriation across the Tasman to Australia.
February 19 was a red-letter day in the lead-up to Queenstown’s, and New Zealand’s, first six-star hotel opening for business.
Queenstown's first indoor skydive centre iFly has been sold by US based owners, just under three years after its 2018 launch.
A sleep-deprived Queenstown man with methamphetamine and cannabis in his blood who drove through a stop sign while talking on his phone, seriously injuring another driver, has narrowly avoided prison.
As Queenstown moves into its traditionally quietest time, businesses are preparing for more tough times ahead.
A passenger who flew from Auckland to Queenstown earlier today and was taken straight from the plane into hospital in an ambulance, with "mild flu-like symptoms" has returned a negative Covid test.
People travelling between Queenstown and Cromwell today can expected a slight delay on their journey.
The boss of one of Queenstown’s biggest hospo companies is bullish about the resort’s prospects, predicting a transtasman bubble could be only three months away.
The Otago Regional Council will ask the Government to fund its half of a $1.5million development plan for transport projects in Queenstown.
A young person has a better chance of forging a career in the arts than in sport, New Zealand jazz luminary Rodger Fox reckons.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council has agreed to an interim fix of its procurement guidelines while giving staff six months to rewrite its policy.
One of Queenstown’s longest-running independent restaurants will close its doors for good tomorrow night, amid predictions of a "bloody long autumn" for the resort town.
Ski field operators are urging New Zealanders to fill the gap left behind by international workers as the ski season rapidly approaches.