Government announces a new primary school for Wanaka and more classrooms for the growing town's only secondary school.
Figures released by the Ministry of Business, Employment and Innovation have shown a big increase in tourism spending in Te Anau.
Community board slammed over handling of town hall delays: 'It's not too late for you to accept the reality of the consequences of the process.'
The public need 'robust data' to make understand the impact of proposed water changes in Central Otago.
Developers continue to fill in bare urban land as Wanaka's population booms.
Long-term Queenstown backpacker residents "forced to leave home" as their hostel gets demolished to make way for a $60m hotel.
Southland's economy continues to bounce back, while construction in Queenstown is growing at unprecedented levels.
Record-level activity in Queenstown-Lakes' construction industry has netted $158m in resource consents over the past year.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council will spend $7.3 million on a new waste water and water main pipelines that were projected to cost $1m.
Multi-million dollar rebuild of Otago Regional Council headquarters about prestige not practicality, say opponents
Beleaguered Otago lines company will spend millions on new power poles, cables and overhead lines in the next 10 years.
Special roading projects, a town centre face-lift and public transport to be considered for additional funding.
Building height and roading concerns raised as new Wanaka development heads to resource consent forum.
A smartphone can control the day-to-day running on a dairy farm.
The Government may come up with special funding for Queenstown outside of its new $100m tourism infrastructure fund.
Business start up supporter Wayne Hudson keen to represent Wanaka on Queenstown Lakes District Council
Three firefighters had to squash up in Makarora's old truck. Now the rescue crew has a roomy new fire engine.
A day - or 10 - can make all the difference to farming.
NZ's two main political parties make promises for farmers.
Competition is hotting up between rival freedom camping apps seeking driveway and private property parking for Lions tour visitors.
KPMG's global head of agribusiness Ian Proudfoot says New Zealand's primary sector needs to focus on innovation, not increased production.
People lying on a Wanaka pavement using free wi-fi could be lying beside the lake, annoyed shop owner says.
Third candidate announces bid for vacant Wanaka seat on the Queenstown Lakes District Council
Despite 150kmh winds and snow during the building process, it was completed ahead of schedule.
A visiting diplomat says Southland could be a prime destination for Chinese tourists, with visitor numbers predicted to double over the next five years.
A Dunedin bank just got 'Rick-rolled' by dozens of singing protesters.
Queenstown hotel boss wants the resort town to have a separate immigration policy.
The Government's tourism boost was met with a mixture of relief and disappointment from the industry.
Wanaka joining national network of electric vehicle fast charge stations.
Directors of a new company formed to promote inner city development is actively looking for investors both in Southland and nationwide.