Local potters fear redevelopment plans for their central Queenstown site threaten their future.
Awarded Kiwi citizenship only last week, a Queenstown couple are heading overseas to play ice hockey for their new country.
After 25 years, iconic Queenstown multisport race Peak to Peak has had a baton handover.
At the age most people start thinking about saving for retirement, Darren Lovell changed countries and careers.
Having escaped a frightening fire that destroyed her car, Queenstown florist Victoria Lund is convinced she's used up one of her lives.
Queenstown’s abandoned car problem is so acute, the council is setting up a temporary pound on a popular river delta.
OPINION: Queenstown has reached desperation point and it's time for intervention, argues MP Hamish Walker.
Queenstown’s Hooligan may be hanging up his spandex.
Queenstown's Hooligan may be hanging up his spandex.
Yet another Queenstown hotel development’s in the pipeline, with a mega new complex planned for Gorge Road.
A Man Street property above Queenstown’s CBD – up for auction on Thursday – presents major redevelopment prospects thanks to a council plan change.
Queenstown will have the country’s “premier training facility” for the new Olympic sport of indoor climbing, when a centre opens this winter.
Sir Michael Hill’s a flamboyant Kiwi whose influence has spread far beyond the eponymous jewellery business. He spoke with Philip Chandler about what keeps him going as a newly-turned 80-year-old ahead of the 100th Open.
The saga of Queenstown’s dodgy speed limit trials continues, with the NZ Transport Agency throwing responsibility for the stuff-up back on to the council.
A concrete business which had staff snapped washing machinery in Lake Wakatipu has been given a telling-off by the regional council.
Queenstown's council has splashed out on a high-profile, multimillion-dollar Ladies Mile property.
A Queenstowner's behind a campaign to change the South Island's name to 'NZ South'.
The blame game has begun over Queenstown’s botched speed limit trials.
An application for a $30 million, 18-hole championship golf course near Arrowtown has hit the rough.
Queenstown police issued zero fines in the first two months of the resort’s controversial booze crackdown.