Skiing from the top of Mt Aspiring is considered challenging but it is not uncommon.
Warm spring conditions attracted hundreds of young Wanaka people in fancy dress to the Treble Cone Ski Area’s closing day yesterday, including Nova Arnott (8) dressed as a unicorn.
A group of Mount Aspiring College pupils are preparing themselves for a trip of a lifetime to Nepal next year, which will include a trek to Everest base camp lying over 5000m above sea level.
Northlake Investments Ltd has applied to the Queenstown Lakes District Council for consent to build 20 two-storey, three-bedroom terrace houses on lots of between 155sqm and 355sqm.
Treble Cone has decided to stick to its plan of closing tomorrow, despite there being plenty of snow on the mountain.
The relocating of Queenstown Airport is an idea that continues to hover over the conversation about the future of air links to Central Otago and the Lakes District.
The hearing on the Queenstown Lakes District Council’s navigation safety bylaw will now be held on October 3 after it was postponed last week.
The developer of a special housing area on the outskirts of Lake Hawea will look to the community for ideas on how to improve its "integration" with the existing township.
Air New Zealand appears to be flying solo on its suggestion for a new domestic and international airport somewhere in the South other than Queenstown.
At least 90 Glenorchy households may remain without power tonight as work continues to repair damage caused by Monday's snow storm.
An effort to clean up Albert Town included the removal of a 50kg car axle, which was collected and taken to the tip.
Hundreds of people of all ages converged on the Wanaka Recreation Centre yesterday for a fun day at the annual Festival of Sport and Recreation organised by the Upper Clutha Sports Community.
About 300 Mount Aspiring College pupils will get the opportunity to try their hand at learning circus tricks this November.
The ability of staff and management of the Otago Regional Council has come under fire from one of its own councillors.
Makers of a British television series about restoring old aircraft are climbing on board the "Bring Our Birds Home" (BOBH) project aiming to set up a museum in Wanaka featuring examples of all the...
More than 16 years after "lake snow" was first noticed in Lake Wanaka, Otago Regional Council staff are recommending research on the algae be regarded "as being of national importance".
Teams, balls, sticks, racquets, goals, you name it - it will be at the fifth annual Festival of Sport and Recreation held at the Wanaka Recreation Centre this Sunday.