Dozens of photographers gathered on the Lake Wanaka foreshore to take a picture of the iconic tree nestled in the water, but were struck with a different view from what they imagined.
The Lake Hawea journalist accused of trying to blackmail Queenstown Mayor Jim Boult denies she was part of a smear campaign against the mayor before the 2016 local body election.
Braving breakdowns, bare naked challenges and bumpy rides, 60 Minis taking part in the Pork Pie Charity Run will reach their final destination today, Invercargill.
Vehicles of all descriptions occupy the Three Parks site at Wanaka at the weekend for the inaugural Wheels at Wanaka show, which attracted thousands to the town.
Police in Invercargill are investigating after three cars were set alight in the Invercargill suburb of Windsor early yesterday.
Chatto Creek's close-knit community will rally together in memory of its fallen soldiers on Anzac Day.
Sandra Stevens' heart sank when she opened her door on Monday night to see Sir Richard Hayes and Lloyd Matheson standing there.
One of the three Auckland Islands helicopter crash survivors has spoken of being knocked unconscious and swimming in the dark through freezing waters to safety.
The pilot of the Southern Lakes Helicopters aircraft that crashed in the Southern Ocean has been discharged from Southland Hospital and is on his way home.
A coroner has reminded the paragliding community about the dangers of wing collapse after a Hawea Flat chiropractor was killed when he crashed into a rock face.
The debt of 11 of the Southern region's Housing New Zealand tenants wrongly evicted under a flawed meth testing regime may be wiped by the Government.
Queenstown Chamber of Commerce chief executive Anna Mickell is unsure how a planned council project will affect residents in the resort.
Arrowtown Buckingham Belles entertainer Angela McRae (centre) performs at the official opening of the 35th annual Arrowtown Autumn Festival last night. Pictured with her are (from left) Kirsty...
Waitaki MP Jacqui Dean has slammed moves that mean Central Otago women can no longer access a new Wanaka maternity telemedicine clinic.
Easter is over - but for a small North Otago primary school, the hunt for a mysterious "Easter bunny'', who has left chocolate around school grounds for the past five years, goes on.