Two migrant sex workers have been deported after an illegal Queenstown brothel was closed down.
Tickets are selling for the fourth annual Biophilia Festival alongside Queenstown’s Moke Lake.
Local ratepayers could be picking up a $40 million tab to repair a leaky Queenstown apartment complex.
Infamous bouncer Jonathan Dixon is launching a campaign to turn around what he claims are Queenstown’s shocking crime stats.
A dog owner has revealed the dramatic story of the “mind-blowing” rescue of her beloved pet after it was stranded overnight on a river bluff.
Once upon a time, when you talked about couples eloping, it meant they were running away to get married in secret.
Actors KJ Apa and Cole Sprouse, stars of the hit US teen drama, appear to be ringing in the new year in Queenstown.
Hopes for a Chairy McChairlift write-in campaign have been dashed, with NZSki announcing the new name for the Coronet Express is … the Coronet Express.
Queenstown’s mayor says as many as three new primary schools might be needed to cater for the resort’s skyrocketing growth.
A rugby trophy memorialising an Arrowtown junior rugby coach who died this year was awarded for the first time on Monday night – and the recipient, fittingly, was his son.
Queenstown’s big-ticket bypass project is more grid-locked than the resort’s holiday season traffic – with even a business case a year away.
An Aussie department giant has apologised for effectively firing a Wakatipu High School student worker for going on the school’s recent Year 10 Branches camp.
There’s a phrase that’s been bandied around a lot in the wake of the tragic, senseless death of Grace Millane, writes Daisy Hudson.
You wouldn’t recognise it from the old days. Following a multi-million dollar renovation, Queenstown’s Aspen Hotel has jumped star ratings and this week was rebranded ‘Kamana Lakehouse’.
Queenstown weightlifters who attend a seminar held by a banned Olympian may face a two-year ban themselves from the sport.
A top New Zealand tennis coach has become another casualty of Queenstown’s "crazy" cost of housing.
A Queenstown hotel’s lifting its minimum wage to $20 an hour in a possible first for the local hotel industry.
Queenstown’s Fergburger empire’s continuing its takeover of its Shotover Street block, revealing plans for a bar next to its flagship store – serving booze till 4am.
It's fitting that Juliana Costa’s new music festival’s called Gratitude - it’s an emotion she’s got in spades.
It will be be at least another few months before any progress is made in the court battle over the collapse of Stonewood Homes.