After 25 years, iconic Queenstown multisport race Peak to Peak has had a baton handover.
Awarded Kiwi citizenship only last week, a Queenstown couple are heading overseas to play ice hockey for their new country.
Severe weather is set to unleash itself on New Zealand over the coming days, starting in the deep south before sweeping northwards.
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Three people were injured when a van and truck collided near Queenstown this afternoon.
Following the terrorist attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, an illustration by a former Oamaru artist has been shared widely online.
At the age most people start thinking about saving for retirement, Darren Lovell changed countries and careers. He talked to Tracey Roxburgh ahead of opening his restaurant, which is full of love,...
Fire and Emergency crews have extinguished a fire in Clyde this morning which left a house and a car parked nearby 'extensively damaged.'
Police and Dunedin Search and Rescue personnel are attending the scene of a serious crash involving a quad-bike in a rural area east of Ranfurly tonight.
Southland fire crews have battled a large fire overnight that destroyed and damaged buildings in Ohai.
A man found not guilty of manslaughter in Invercargill says he has no words to describe how he feels after the verdict.
The vice-president of the Otago gun club where the Christchurch terror attack accused trained has contacted police to hand in his now-illegal weapon.
A new group has been formed to represent Wanaka businesses most affected by Queenstown Lakes District Council plans to change the town centre.
A Queenstown resident representing a group opposed to the development of a slice of woodland above the town says he does not think people realise the scale of what is proposed.
The 73-year-old Japanese woman who was found after going missing on the Milford Track yesterday will rejoin her group for dinner at Milford Sound this evening.
Balclutha residents took to the streets on Saturday to raise awareness of methamphetamine and the devastating impacts on the community.
Queenstown Lakes District Councillor Quentin Smith has sided with Northlake special zone residents opposed to a new hotel.
Queenstown Airport Corporation has been cleared to acquire a contentious piece of land, known as Lot 6, which has tied up court time for more than eight years.