Queenstown mountaineer Mark Woodward has climbed Mt Everest for a record 10th time for a New Zealander.
A revolutionary product designed by a Queenstown aviator to provide answers after air accidents is expected to be officially recognised by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) within a month.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council (QLDC) is working on a spatial plan for the district but is unwilling to say what it is.
Thursday was the fifth anniversary of a fire that destroyed the 133-year-old homestead at the Paradise Trust property, near Glenorchy. Guy Williams asks the trust’s key figures about their memories of a calamitous day.
Forest & Bird has reached a settlement with the Otago Regional Council over its granting of a consent for the destruction of a wetland at the Remarkables ski area.
Queenstown Gardens will soon be turned into a gnome away from gnome for dozens of concrete creatures.
After waiting more than three years for answers, Mitch Gameren's family still does not feel they have them.
Hunt For The Bunker People started life as a doco on billionaires building bolt-hole bunkers in the South Island as a form of apocalypse insurance.
Nearly 18 months after skydiver Tyler Nii plummeted into Lake Wakatipu, his family say they are ''dead inside'' and desperate for answers.
Queenstown's public swimming pool once made waves at national building competitions for its ''unique and complex design'' and ''outstanding level of workmanship''.
The inexperience of a Queenstown pilot and poor weather conditions have been blamed for a helicopter crash which killed seven people in Fox Glacier.
Opposition to a funding boost for the Queenstown Lakes district's regional tourism organisation was the biggest talking point at an annual plan submissions hearing yesterday.
A huge fire in Queenstown was ''probably'' the result of a workplace accident, Fire and Emergency New Zealand says.
The family of a Queenstown pilot killed after his helicopter crashed on Fox Glacier says the Government needs to fund the Civil Aviation Authority to do its job properly.