Almost one in five Kiwis feel we are attracting too many overseas visitors.
A truck stop owner has designed an ablution block with a payment app for freedom campers.
Chinese consul-general in Marlborough to talk tourism, wine, business and education.
Meet the owner of Flaxbourne Services, a crucial part of the Ward community.
Central Otago winegrowers hope to prevent multi-million damage to vineyards from agrichemical spray drift.
The future of rail in New Zealand could be under threat if earthquake damage on east coast is not repaired.
Six years ago Tash Wakelin started Koffie Mobile Barista, which sees her making coffee at events right across the region.
Bankruptcy orders handed down to Isabel Estate founders Michael and Robyn Tiller.
They're just pins on a world map. Now they're a symbol of everything these small Malborough towns have lost.
More than 100 volunteers pitch in to get abandoned tourists' vehicles out of quake-hit town.
Ferry operator Strait Shipping and Freight Lines - both founded by transport industry legend Jim Barker - have been sold.
Cherry prices are expected to rise after a poor spring and transport delays following the November quake.
South Island travellers look skyward to save themselves time on the long inland bypass.
Traffic comes from every direction as Koromiko cows make their way to milking each day.
A Dunedin woman is on a mission to save Christmas for Kaikoura businesses.
More than 300 businesses are relying on subsidies to stay afloat post-quake.
Bed and border levies are proposed to help pay for toilets, car parks and other tourist facilities
"I've only got one chance to make an impression," says Eat Thai Restaurant owner.
Drinkers were oblivious to the fact the hotel's front wall was so unstable an emergency tunnel was suggested.
Mending the "spine" of South Island roads will be hard, but won't take years, minister says.
New survey reveals extent of damage to Marlborough wine companies and challenges ahead.
A 'white paper' for the Marlborough wine industry will help drive initiatives around accommodation, pastoral care and labour issues.
China Southern Airlines will provide daily flights to Christchurch over summer, despite Kaikoura earthquake disruption.
They say it takes years to build a reputation, and one bad headline to destroy it.
500,000 tonnes of logs will be harvested in Kenepuru and Pelorus Sounds a year over the next 50 years.
Three cabinet ministers paid a visit to the region for wine, farming and high-speed broadband talks.
Keys taken by evacuating tourists, roads shut, cars missing. It's a logistical nightmare for hire companies.
Cruise ships are expected to inject valuable tourism dollars into quake-affected regions.
Many Marlborough wine tanks were saved from the earthquakes by seismic anchors but dozens more were unprotected.
Work on deepening Kaikoura marina may be fast tracked to assist marooned tourism operators and fishing boats.