A coroner's decision could help solve one of Queenstown’s four unresolved missing person cases.
One bar has been the final watering hole for a quarter of late night boozed-up offenders dealt with by Queenstown cops, Mountain Scene can reveal.
A popular Queenstowner has boarded a plane without knowing if she’ll be allowed to return to her husband, and her home.
A retirement village boom is set to pour tens of millions of dollars into the Wakatipu and wider Central Otago area.
A Queenstown pensioner’s proving no wall is too high when it comes to helping dreams come true for sick children.
Opposition to a controversial floatplane bid is taking off, as concerns are raised around noise pollution and its “cavalier” attitude to public safety.
Shoppers will have to wait until the end of 2021 to browse the stores in a revamped Queenstown CBD mall.
Immigration changes and staffing pressures may force some Queenstown hospitality businesses to shut up shop, a top restaurant boss warns.
A Queenstown homeowner’s losing patience with the council over an underground water leak, which has been getting progressively worse for months.
The husband-and-wife owners of Kinloch Lodge say a cloud of uncertainty over flood-proofing the only road in and out of town is having a detrimental impact on their business.
A High Court stoush is brewing over proposed changes to industry training organisations (ITO), as one provider warns the quality of Queenstown’s tourism sector could suffer.
Actress and singer Mandy Moore’s jetted into Queenstown.
As a Southern Lakes Helicopter rescue crew is incredibly found alive after ditching in the Southern Ocean this week, Miranda Cook talks to their counterparts crewing Queenstown’s new service.
For Queenstown retirees Diana and Dick Hubbard, life’s not about sitting around - unless you’re sitting on a motorcycle seeing the world.
The Queenstowner behind a failed floatplane bid is having another crack.
A Queenstown pensioner’s gob-smacked she’s had to pay $20,000 for shoulder surgery after a fall, despite paying tax for 50-plus years.
A massive new education hub at Hanley’s Farm is set to take pressure off Queenstown schools already bursting at the seams – but finding enough teachers to staff it may throw a spanner in the works.
After bestowing one life membership over 30 years, Arrowtown Rugby Club’s anointed two more over three days.
Queenstown mayor Jim Boult is convinced a mooted Tarras airport won’t fly.
A new Queenstown hotel is setting a benchmark for pay rates in the industry.