Queenstown police are appealing for witnesses to a serious bar assault to front up.
A Queenstown investor in a $400 million alleged Ponzi scheme has welcomed news the man behind it is facing charges.
British celebrity Heather Mills, the ex-wife of Beatle Sir Paul McCartney, is coming to Queenstown for the Winter Games as she pursues her Olympic dream.
The house of a wealthy British aristocrat living quietly in Queenstown has won a prestigious building award.
Another of the men imprisoned after a Queenstown kidnapping incident is out of jail after a sentence reduction, his lawyer says.
The combining of the New Zealand Open and Queenstown's pro-am tournament is being called a ''new dawn'' for the sport.
A major mystery announcement in Auckland today involving Queenstown is being billed as a landmark moment for golf in this country.
Thousands of locals and visitors have packed into Queenstown's waterfront to celebrate the 39th Winter Festival's opening in true Kiwi style.
A resident new mother is praising the Queenstown maternity service shake-up. Midwives at Lakes District Hospital change to a new system yesterday, working 12-hour shifts to ensure 24-hour-a-day, year-round support for women giving birth in the Wakatipu.
A Frenchwoman forged the signature of her former Queenstown partner to get French citizenship for her baby, the Queenstown District Court was told yesterday.
Thousands of Queenstowners' personal details have been exposed in an "embarrassing" major privacy breach by the district council's regulatory organisation.
A Queenstown tourism and ski operation giant has bought the world's longest-running multisport race the Speight's Coast to Coast.
Queenstown's Winter Festival - the southern hemisphere's biggest snow party - has a real ''slice of heaven'' for opening night.
Queenstown Returned and Services' Association president Dave Geddes walks up to the microphone and starts to apologise.
The Jack's Point subdivision is the preferred site for a proposed private Queenstown school, Mountain Scene can reveal.
The former employer of disgraced Queenstown mail thief Philippa Lynette Lindsay says he never saw her troubled side.
Queenstown's council operation can shed 42 positions and save millions annually - whilst improving customer service, a leaked draft report into proposed restructuring claims.
Clients dealing with Queenstown Lakes District Council's ''obstructive'' consents and regulatory arm have strong concerns about its performance, a report on a proposed restructure reveals.
A Queenstown council staffer facing the loss of their job says no one feels like doing much work right now.