As plans begin to shape up for the annual round of parties and festivals to celebrate Christmas and New Year, Wānaka police have promised to be out in force at crowded places and tackle poor...
Wānaka ultra-distance runner Mal Law is launching his first edition of "The Wild", a multiday festival of trail running and other activities in Arrowtown from December 6-10.
In June last year, Lake Hāwea toddler Adella, now 4, was battling for her life after contracting viral encephalitis, a disease causing brain inflammation.
Luggate Community Association chairman Rod Anderson wants a review of the timeframe for commissioning the town’s new water supply and is urging the Queenstown Lakes District Council: "let’s get it...
A Wānaka developer has applied for non-notified resource consent to build a four-level office and retail block in Tim Wallis Dr, in Wanaka’s Three Parks subdivision.
Six Silver Ghosts rolled into Wānaka last Sunday at the end of a traverse of three alpine passes between the South Island’s east coast and the Southern Alps.
For some, it was the day they hoped would never come. For others, the day could not have come soon enough.
Bike Wānaka is lobbying for Peninsula Bay’s informal mountainbike trails to be kept for bikers only.
A draft development plan for Lismore Park has focused on preserving its existing uses, as well as creating a potential perimeter loop track, doing more native planting, creative reflective spaces...
Wānaka teenager Toby Mills has successfully encouraged his school, Te Kura o Tititea Mount Aspiring College (MAC), to improve campus accessibility.
Tasmin Murphy won the supreme Kahu Youth and Upper Clutha Youth Council Volunteers Award last week, recognising her three years of volunteering with the MINT Youth Trust.
GOLFMount Aspiring College golfers Zac McIntyre, Raphael Anderson, Lucas Nichol and Jordy Cameron won the Otago Intermediate Schools Golf Championship earlier this month. Thirty-eight teams ...
Central Lakes Trust’s latest round of grants has been allocated, with the focus on initiatives directly benefiting the region’s youth.
Timaru will be coming up roses as it hosts the National Spring Rose Show in the Caroline Bay Hall this weekend.
It’s that time of the year again, when the big man in red descends on Stafford St for the annual PrimePort Timaru Santa Parade this Sunday.
Hundreds of people flocked to Caroline Bay at the weekend to make their stand against family violence.
While reindeer will take to the skies, motorcycles are — once again — preparing to take to the streets.
Police officer Ben Grant has been recognised by New Zealand Hockey for laying down the law to his players.