The public need 'robust data' to make understand the impact of proposed water changes in Central Otago.
Record-level activity in Queenstown-Lakes' construction industry has netted $158m in resource consents over the past year.
Roll spikes are not set to ease around Queenstown Lakes and Central Otago.
I don't have the best track record with home brewed alcohol.
One of Southland's early underground mines was the Hokonui mine near Springhills, at the junction of the Makarewa River and Otapiri Stream.
Containment, suppression and eradication - the action-plan to tackle lagarosiphon in Otago.
The timer is about to be set. Ed Langland has 75 minutes to create the perfect dish from mystery ingredients.
Many Maori place names around Queenstown are mispronounced, and often it's tourists that have the best reo.
Have you ever dreaded an upcoming school assessment? Well, imagine having to take that assessment in front a room full of strangers.
A Central Otago dam could solve a battle for water in the Manuherikia River.
The ORC's proposed investment in the Queenstown Lakes District is "inadequate", mayor Jim Boult says.
A new Western Southland art gallery that's been open for just seven months is already going really well.
Maree Frewen-Wilks knows what it looks like to be haunted.
Charlie and Lola author stopped in Queenstown to talk to primary school students before festival.
Modern day Othello tragedy set in high school propels drama students to national final.
Southland musical talent will be helping save lives next month.
Margaret Parata-Mortimer is hoping to hook more than a rug at the South Alive rug making demonstration next month.
With growing success comes, comes growing costs for the annual Southland Polyfest festival.
A hundred years ago the fastest way to get from Invercargill to Bluff was by train. It was also the best source of gossip according to Alex Glennie.
Bike films from around the world feature in one night only festival.
Former Gore girl returns to judge prestigious fashion event.
As one Kiwi concept artist brings her $700K artwork to the world stage, another is quietly subverting industry norms.
OPINION: Set yourself some ground rules if you don't want to hate your friends by the end of it.
The dairy industry is not just about "blokes and gumboots" and women are making their voices heard.
"My illness and broken marriage led me to paint and the car crash led me to write."
She's tried the seafood soul warmer up and down the country and decided Invercargill's chowder is the best.
A $178m funding boost is welcome, but a tourist levy is the only way to fix the infrastructure problem long-term.
I don't think I have ever had such a frank conversation about someone's face before
If the moon stopped orbiting the Earth, how long would it take for them to collide?