A typical Queenstown house now sells for over $1m, so what's it like in an auction room there?
Bed and border levies are proposed to help pay for toilets, car parks and other tourist facilities
Sales of multi-million dollar properties in the Queenstown Lakes have boosted the average property price to over $1 million for the first time.
"There's only one downtown Queenstown and we are it."Downtown QT manager Steve Wilde.
Plans for sparse Invercargill Arcade announced by regional strategy.
"The future of Southland with one voice is really positive."
An assessment says Allan Dippie's proposed new Wanaka house will have very low visual impact but the Upper Clutha Environmental Society says that is wrong.
Southern farmers are being given credit for making the new Southern Dairy Hub a reality.
A Dunedin building poses possibilities for those wanting a solid, seismic rating.
Entrepreneurs Alex Guichard and Monique Kelly chose Wanaka's business hub over busy city life in France because it fitted with their dna. Now, their innovative flax chair has won three awards in four months.
Trapped tortilla factory worker Daniel Figueroa screamed for 15 minutes before anyone heard.
Retirement villages not the only option for elderly people, expert says.
Queenstown tortilla factory back to full production as worker who crushed his arm in horrific accident awaits third operation.
When the chores are not a chore – Tarras couple's blooms impress the world's most discerning customers.
Growth "nothing new" for Central Otago, but how it's managed is important, a new report says.
A large private forestry portfolio hits the market.
Cromwell property values have skyrocketed by nearly 40 per cent over the past three years.
A West Coast earthmoving company must pay $152,500 after a worker was killed at a northern Southland goldmine.
Businesswoman Danielle Ross has launched her new business brand, Ocula.
Pre-loved clothing store The Hospice Shop in Alexandra is marking its first birthday with a week of celebration.
Venture Southland is concerned the government's plans for rural broadband are overly optimistic.
Central Otago is the seventh top growth area in New Zealand, according to an Infometrics economic report.
New dairy hub called 'an exception to the norm' at city council resource consent hearing.
Petition to ban cars parked on the side of the road near Queenstown Airport is gaining support.
Tourism spending grows but in Taranaki, Manawatu, Hawke's Bay and Taupo, they're losing market share.
Five staff are set to lose their jobs at the Invercargill Pumpkin Patch store.
Southland district business owners are "disappointed" the appeal against the Around the Mountains Cycle Trail has been upheld.
Central Otago played host to the People's Republic of China Consul-General who talked trade and tourism.
Invercargill Mayor Tim Shadbolt says there are a few options the council is looking at for the redevelopment of Wachner Place.
growth in chinese tourism