Te Anau Primary School is receiving a funding boost to be able to build two new classrooms as a result of a steadily increasing roll.
Leisure boat owners berthed in Bluff fear they may soon have nowhere to berth.
International Education Coordinator to be appointed to help grow regional market and attract international students.
Netball South has named talented squad of players to contest national development league.
Stationary police car used in tug of war.
Annual garage sales attract hundreds of bargain hunters.
Dance classes aimed to help special needs students at Waihopai school have started with the aim to help improve their physical and mental wellness.
Chinese New Year contributed to the record 381,100 visitors who arrived in January.
Overseas visitors expecting pristine countryside are being put off by NZ's pollution.
Founder Hamish McGregor says Wanaka community support is behind huge growth of family app.
40 temporary units in Queenstown to accommodate retirement village builders have been proposed.
A boom in tourists and building made Queenstown Lakes the place to find a job last year.
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From talented age-group star to All Blacks, the road is a difficult one.
Southland's Jeremy Hall is 18-holes away from his second appearance at the NZ Open golf tournament.
"It's gone beyond a hobby. It's become an extreme passion."
Southland's Robyn Pullar has been rewarded for a strong golf showing at the NZ women's senior matchplay championships.
A Queenstown adventure race team has crossed the GODZone finish line first at Frankton Beach, near Queenstown.
Queenstown-based anti-plastic advocates organise outdoors movie night.
The dancers' passion and chemistry was alight in the company's performances of Roland Petit's L'Arlesienne and Carmen.
Supporters of a new $5.5 million Maniototo health facility are seeking a $1m contribution from council to help close a $3.5m shortfall.
While the rest of her friends were busy packing to go to university, Sarah Sarfaiti decided to set up shop in Invercargill.
A proposed change to how water is taken from streams or tributaries around Otago has been dubbed 'sneaky' and 'vague'.