An Albert Town couple found a way to cope with Wanaka's crazy property market.
Donald Trump donor Peter Thiel gains NZ citizenship, and buys Wanaka lifestyle block.
The campers were spotted dumping grey water in wrong drain. Since then, they say they've been harassed by other park users.
There's something a little different about Wellington's famous Museum Art Hotel.
Speculation it will be turned into accommodation for new mountainbiking venture.
Central Otago District Council looks set to approve a recommendation allowing all shops to open.
Keep cars and buildings off our showgrounds, Wanaka people tell the Queenstown Lakes District Council.
PowerNet are taking charge of the uptake of environment-friendly cars in Southland.
A Facebook page set up to encourage responsible freedom camping has outed a couple seen dumping effluent into a camp ground drain.
"It's an eclectic mix of design and art. It's style and luxury with a touch of quirk."
"People love them. They say 'can I have more to take home overseas?'"
Hush-hush ordered as permission granted for contentious lodge at Roys Peak near Wanaka.
Businesses cock-a-hoop for Year of the Rooster as up to 33,000 Chinese prepare to descend on NZ shores.
Southland beekeepers expecting honey production to be down 50 per cent as cool weather stings.
Restaurant binned but 50 Wanaka apartments approved for construction on the lakefront in February.
Hope springs forth again for prime lakefront Wanaka sections within two minute's walk from town.
The Employment Relations Authority has upheld Silver Fern Farms' decision to sack a meat worker for overusing a stun gun on a lamb.
A resource consent hearing for Queenstown's first retirement village is underway.
Plans are on track for the new Black Diamond mine in Nightcaps to begin work next month.
Singapore Airlines puts on four charter flights to get hundreds of tonnes of South Island cherries to Asia in time for Chinese New Year.
Passengers aboard a luxury cruise ship will be treated to a day in Southland after their ship was forced to turn back from its voyage to the Sub Antarctic Islands.
Growers race against the clock with over 1000 tonnes to be picked before Chinese New Year.
Ground sensors in freedom camping areas and solar powered rubbish compactors are preventing freedom camping problems.
Calum MacLeod's challenge to Wanaka: don't just whinge, get involved in long term planning.
Increase in visitor nights across Southland in September and October
Council rules see more than 100 warnings and fines handed out for "ugly'' and "hazardous" illegal signs.
Margaret Hogan closed the doors on 20 years of women's fashion.
Queenstown home owners making a killing by letting their properties to holidaymakers could be in for a rates shock.
Pick Me Lick Me are organic ice blocks and ice cream cookie sandwiches.
Skydive operators are facing a boom summer thanks to the Chinese craze for tandem parachute jumps.