Restrictions could be placed on Airbnb-type short-term rentals for visitors.
The tourism industry is fairly relaxed about the change of Government, but remains nervous about any cuts in temporary migrant labour and will continue to push for more infrastructure funding.
Annual net migration has taken a dip while tourism continues to grow.
Highlands Motorsport Park boss Tony Quinn wants to build a golf course and residential development at the back of his racetrack.
Confectionery giant Mondelez says its offer to a New Zealand company to make Jaffas was turned down.
Businesses are making insurance claims for ongoing interruptions caused by a burst water main in central Queenstown.
Pies and puddles were the name of the game for Cardrona Alpine Resort's final snow day for 2017.
Cromwell winemaker Debra Cruickshank is proof women living rurally can have award-winning business success.
Drivers are having to be brought in from other parts of the country to ensure Queenstown's new bus service has enough staff.
Queenstown's hospital will get a new emergency department next year to keep up with "young and stupid" patients.
Cromwell is to get 78 new residential sections through a venture between the community board and a property developer.
"Our infrastructure is under enormous pressure," says town business advocate pushing for visitor levy.
Singaporean investors in a Queenstown development have won a $10 million Supreme Court victory.
Story telling creates connections and provides visitors with a better experience, facilitator Fiona Boyer said.
Scary numbers of tourists will be flying to Queenstown by 2045. Can Wanaka step up?
Queenstown Mall is partially fenced while the council cleans up the mess from from a burst water main.
An experienced nurse felt humiliated after she was sacked from her job at an aged care facility.
Bridge apartments and a tree house are included in a proposed 100-unit residential development in the middle of a Queenstown suburb.
West Australian magnate and ironman snaps up Queenstown lakeside property for a secret price.
A birthday cake, a cuppa and club sandwiches marked Abbeyfield Wakatipu's anniversary on Sunday.
The plans for Invercargill's new city centre mall could be the catalyst for investment from some of Australasia's biggest brands.
Southland's newly-crowned best business is not taking any time to sit on its laurels.
Facial recognition technology and integrated domestic and international airport terminals are being touted as a way of slashing the travel time for trans-Tasman air passengers.
The Dunedin City Council has declined an application to build a new 17-storey, five-star hotel in the CBD.
There will be redundancies following NZ Post's decision to close the Alexandra branch it operates with Kiwibank.
Statistics NZ will review the way international visitor spending figures are gathered after complaints about the accuracy of data for our largest export industry.
Social enterprises that turn a profit to do good are being heralded as the next big thing at an international conference in Christchurch.
The fundamental price of petrol is the same across the board, but they'll charge what they can.
Illegal imports of seeds and edible bird nests are a problem as online shopping feeds the growing flood of mail from China.
Expression of interest for a short-term Frankton Library in Queenstown is open.