Lorde, Taika Waititi, Sam Neill, Steven Adams. They've done alright. But how well?
The SoRD's much-anticipated bottom lines are emerging like the dance of the seven veils.
Business park progress in Invercargill said to benefit the city as a whole.
Qantas is launching new services between Christchurch and Australia in time for Christmas.
Number of car parks central to Environment Court appeal.
Alleged abuse of work exchange schemes is being investigated by the MBIE.
First time skiers and snowboarders contribute to 20 per cent growth at skifield.
The owner of the Kingston Flyer, Queenstown's iconic steam train, is not bothered who he sells it to.
The growing practice of trading a bed for menial work is under investigation.
Do you ever think sometimes you met certain people for a reason?
Kathy Dedo and Sophie Ward appointed to drive Wanaka's new social services scheme.
Rates could have been cheaper if Winton water pipes did not fail early.
Winter weather isn't deterring tourists, who continued to arrive in record numbers in June.
The Invercargill Brewery has broadened its clientele to include pirates with two new brews it is producing.
South Island towns flooded by tourists are worried they won't get new toilets built in time for summer.
Council considers ferries and a "park and ride" bus system as potential public transport options.
Historic Ohai railway carriages and locomotive, which have in storage for years, have found new homes.
"It will be a lovely little twist on the food experience.'' - general manager Steve Bradley
Sunnyside Station has changed the way it does things, to much success.
OPINION: The central bank is adding new lending restrictions, but it is not trying to solve the problem.
Planner Duncan White notes Queenstown Lakes council has already permitted removal of lakeside trees.
Work to make the area around Cromwell's giant fruit sculpture more visible is under way.
Locals say Annabel Langbein's Wanaka plans were approved because she's famous.
Union says it has reached deal over payments for hundreds of current and former employees.
Anglers have left the Environment Court for the last time with an emotional plea for the appeal against the Around the Mountains Cycle Trail to be upheld.
The Creative NZ arts pilot, awarded to the Murihiku Arts Incubator, is finally starting to take some steps.
Business aims to empower families.
Braids, shades and sleek locks impress crowds at regional competition.
The Otautau Presbyterian Church will hold its final service on July 31.
Figures are expected to show inflation remains well below target, but surging house prices might rule out an interest rate cut.