Rapidly developing Lake Hawea is set to get a little bigger with another subdivision planned for the township.
Country and Western was the theme for the third annual Luggate community pot luck dinner, dance and games night held at the Luggate Hall on Saturday night.
It was a bluebird day at Wanaka Airport on Saturday morning, following a huge dump of snow the night before, although not from the sky.
Much of the work to run a charity making a difference in thousands of lives in Kenya and Tanzania is being quietly carried out in Wanaka.
Wanaka festival Tuki has released its line-up for the February 10, 2018, event.
You can forgive a 3-year-old for getting a little overexcited experiencing snow for the first time.
Queenstown Lakes District Council’s newest member says "strategic planning" around the demands of Wanaka’s rapid growth will be his first priority.
Wanaka Airport’s new operations manager is set to help guide the facility into its new relationship with Queenstown Airport.
Everything is pointing to this year’s New Zealand Winter Games being the best one yet and making a substantial impact on the region’s economy, organisers say.
Wet and windy weather has closed two Otago ski fields today.
A professional French skier who sparked a search and rescue mission on Tuesday afternoon was found walking to his car yesterday.
The company behind the bid to pipe 800,000 million litres of water each month from a catchment near the Mount Aspiring Park to ships anchored off the West Coast says a petition opposing the development can not stop it.
A French skier missing for more than a day in steep mountainous terrain near Wanaka has been found.
A planned possum-control operation near Luggate has been postponed indefinitely after concerns were raised about the risk of contamination of private water supplies.
There are fears the decision to no longer offer a mobile breast-screening service in Wanaka will put some women off being checked regularly.
Mother Nature has swept aside any chance more than 100 curlers had this weekend of throwing down a few stones at an altitude usually reserved for skiers.
John Darby, the man behind Lake Wanaka’s Grebe project, has been made a Companion of the Royal Society of New Zealand for a lifelong passion for conservation and science.
An upsurge in drink-driving means it is now the top priority for police in Wanaka.
Residents along Riverbank Rd in Wanaka are upset about plans by Aurora to install nine new large steel power poles to serve its new substation.
Tourism is reported to have delivered $500 million to Wanaka's economy last year but ''there are indications other sectors in the economy are also doing very well''.