An alleged sexual assault victim says she is traumatised and planning to make a formal complaint after waiting months to be interviewed by Queenstown police.
Queenstown’s super-home owners are increasingly throwing open their large doors to holidaymakers prepared to pay $5000 a night or more to stay in the resort.
Rules around paper road access to Moke Creek on Queenstown’s Ben Lomond Station seem murkier than ever as a dispute between long-time friends continues.
The Queenstown Gymnastics Club may have found a new home.
Arrowtown resident Lesley Morel has received an apology from Lakes District Hospital after being bumped from a fracture clinic six days after she broke her elbow.
Queenstown's Fryer Street is rapidly becoming an apartment-lover’s haven.
Three mates are on a mission to get bums on seats in Queenstown pubs and eating spots during quiet times, while giving punters bargain deals on food and drinks in return.
The son of a Queenstown man missing for more than a decade says he’s relieved the ordeal is finally over – but he’s frustrated at how long it took to get answers.
Car-sharing companies successfully operating in other growing cities are eyeing Queenstown but need council support before opening here.
Demand for flu jabs has kept Queenstown doctors and pharmacists under the pump, as a surge of people rush to protect themselves against nasty winter illnesses.
An air quality expert says readings in an Otago town are "pretty damn high" and as bad as "anywhere in Australasia".
A Queenstown community activist, historian and former journalist died recently.
The Southern District Health Board is under fire for failing to boost mental health services in Queenstown.
A popular Queenstown firefighter and bus driver has died while snorkelling off Australia's Great Barrier Reef.
With just one breath, Queenstown freediver Kathryn Nevatt can explore the beauty that lies deep beneath the water’s surface.
A minister who died last month built half the stunningly-scenic road between Glenorchy and Queenstown when he was a teenager.
During a visit to Queenstown’s US sister city, Aspen, Philip Chandler talks to mayor Steve Skadron and finds out why their summer’s now bigger than winter.
Voluntary pest-trapping on hills above Arrowtown is being undermined by someone vandalising traps.
A draft masterplan for Frankton has been published and it signals monumental change for the Queenstown suburb over the next three decades.
A Queenstown software business has opened a United States office to assist its global expansion plans.