The Southland District Council will discuss whether to support the toll road at a meeting next week.
Due to an enrollment growth, Queenstown's high school will receive $25 million and Arrowtown Primary School $11 million for the capacity extension.
Digging tool creator joins forces with US knife makers and earth movers.
Wanaka candidate Lyal Cocks welcomes the contest. "I know what needs to be done.''
Areas affected by dairy slump are returning to confidence, but Auckland and Wellington are more pessimistic.
The Game Chef puts Wanaka wild food on world stage.
Awarua space developments have taken to the international stage in Korea.
A new proposal to develop 140 residential sections at Waterfall Park near Arrowtown is being considered by the Queenstown Lakes District Council.
Watch the step, look both ways on the driveway, use the handrail. Health and safety laws have changed the open home.
New hotels, retail, activities and offices feature in a spate of Queenstown development.
Seeing a possum may not seem out of the ordinary for Southlanders, but to Chinese visitors it is a whole new experience.
Access to space is becoming ever easier. It's time for New Zealand to get into the game.
SIDE event to encourage dairy farmers to be resilient and profitable.
Skydiving business raises A$15m to buy Wanaka competitor.
The dairy industry could learn resilience from kiwifruit industry.
Last minute cosmetic tinkering would harm rather than save trees, opposers say.
Commissioners had no mandate to consider merits of alternative town centre location
Marketing and communications led the way in the nine per cent increase in jobs advertised on SEEK last month.
Attendees spent $472m here in 2015, and big things are predicted as new convention centres open.
Business operators pass two year milestone in remote Tarras quarry.
After almost 50 years in the motor trade Tom Kilkelly is retiring.
A rise in tourist numbers and spending narrows current account deficit.
The Clutha District Council's answer to raising the level of the town's housing stock, to alleviate a perceived accommodation shortage and to attract people to the district, is being realised, with the North Balclutha Subdivision development now under way.
Southland leaders have a lukewarm response to calls by a former Tiwai Point chief executive to limit immigration and increase costs on Auckland.
Invercargill City Forests has bought a 24.9 per cent stake in forestry management company IFS Growth.
Invercargill window shoppers to be treated to high-end fashion.
He carried out a notorious fraud, now Michael Swann is trusted to manage projects for wealthy businessman Alasdair Cassels.
Annual plan funding sought to start stage one now.
Firefighter had to use force to get through people in a crowded bar following a 111 call.
A course teaching people how to interact with tourists and help them have a good time is set to roll out nationally.