The world’s oldest bungy jump tourist operation is set to make significant cuts.
Queenstown business owners say the outcome of a ferry trial on Lake Wakatipu will determine their firms’ futures, and are pushing for it to go ahead — sooner rather than later.
The QLDC says it's cautiously optimistic about several infrastructure projects to be considered under the Government’s ‘Shovel Ready’ fund.
Australian tourists hoping for a ski season are already making bookings and inquiries at Wakatipu hotels.
Two months' worth of difficult social distancing could have been blown in five minutes by other impatient flyers, an Air New Zealand passenger fears.
The same week the government’s introduced a Covid-19 digital diary, “world-first” contact tracing technology is about to be rolled out in Arrowtown.
A trio of Queenstown production and entertainment companies have taken live streaming to a $30,000 calibre.
Despite ongoing uncertainty with Covid-19 restrictions, Queenstown’s Winter Pride will officially go ahead in 2020.
An Arrowtown man has successfully defended a charge of assaulting his then-partner by arguing he believed she was about to drive drunk.
The Government will provide $1.4million to kick-start a scheme to help unemployed Lakes district tourism workers move into new fields.
Queenstown tourism giant Wayfare Group, which operates TSS Earnslaw, is the latest tourist operator to announce significant redundancies.
As unemployment figures rise throughout Queenstown Lakes and more people put up their hand for welfare support, a group of volunteers are there to lend a helping hand. Kerrie Waterworth and Louise Scott report.
Two foreign nationals have questioned NZSki’s refusal to refund their season passes despite the fact they will not be in the country — but the company has defended the move.
One of Queenstown's biggest tourist operators is the latest to announce a "significant" number of redundancies.
Coronet Peak's 221 snow guns were put through their paces in Queenstown yesterday morning, ahead of the 2020 ski season.
The man who died in a Kawarau Gorge car crash earlier this week has been described as a good Kiwi bloke who would “give you the shirt off his back".
There are not enough people on the ground to deal with the fallout from Covid-19 in Otago’s tourism epicentre, Queenstown Lakes District Council emergency management acting controller Meaghan...