It's cracked, with moss and weeds growing through it. But this Queenstown tennis court is expected to sell for more than $1m.
Homes in Frankton, Kelvin Heights, Queenstown and Shotover Country, four schools and a hospital will be impacted by the proposed noise limits.
Oyster Group's chief executive Mark Schiele says his team will 'add value' to Central Park purchase.
Most tourism businesses support Government's proposed border levy, but don't want to halve it with conservation.
Developers are still keen on modular hotels, despite hiccups with two Christchurch projects.
The company continues to seek opportunities for growth through expansion and emerging technologies .
Huge Chinese factories produce house modules that are clipped together in NZ.
A 380-room hotel is being proposed for a controversial Queenstown site after plans for retirement villages and affordable housing were rejected.
New Zealand's chilly winter temperatures attracted 7000 more Indian tourists in May, but there was also a big jump in Kiwis heading for warmer climes.
Workers near Christchurch were fed supermarket bin waste but "true level of mischief" will never be known.
Tourists in Queenstown say they'll happily pay extra to come to NZ if it protects its beauty.
Dust off that family tree because land belonging to your ancestors may soon be sold.
Visitors will accept new charge if they see it's being used wisely, industry body says.
"Demand exceeds supply across the board and some sectors, including rental housing and visitor rooms, remain at crisis point."
Kiwibank and New Zealand Post will close four joint branches around Dunedin.
Government pockets more than $2.6 billion a year from tourism-related sources.
It won a swag of culinary awards, but nine years after it opened Dunedin's Pier 24 has closed its doors.
Over 230 females from the Queenstown Lakes attended the annual Chamber of Commerce Women's Conference.
Clutha-Southland MP Hamish Walker was the first person to take an Uber ride in Queenstown
"For every move we make we get a corresponding groan from somewhere," says the airline.
He was chairman of Skyline Enterprises for 33 years and helped develop it into one of NZ's most successful tourism businesses.
Queenstown developers have been given an extension to build a worker accommodation complex in Cromwell.
More than 30,000 Cantabrians helped pump nearly $38m into Dunedin's economy during pop star Ed Sheeran's visit.
A court ruling means Inland Revenue can't get compensated for its in-house lawyers.
"They said they would fund it so I ran out of reasons not to do it. I decided in December it was now or never."
A Queenstown author and Airbnb host wants others to stop feeling guilty about letting rooms in their homes to visitors.
"I understand that it's your number one issue. You all bash me on it every time I come [here]."
A popular Central Otago Italian restaurant destroyed by fire will rise from the ashes before the peak summer season returns.
Vast electrification of factories and vehicles will see our electricity use soar.
A Central Otago equestrian club has collected $3000 it was not entitled to for the rental of a property.