New Wanaka councillor keen to sink teeth into planning, strategy and community services issues.
The Queenstown Gymnastics Club has an uncertain future after Wakatipu High School moves to its new site.
Queenstown council gives Ladies Mile housing proposal "breathing space" as it decides how to control its affordability.
It was an easy decision to extend Queenstown Lakes chief executive Mike Theelen's term, mayor Jim Boult says.
Higher than expected growth keeps rates increase below 4.5 percent, Stewart Burns says.
A lack of car parking spaces in Queenstown's industrial area is pushing workers to park illegally.
Queenstown's Lakeview site could be sold for accommodation and retail use after plans for a convention centre fall through.
About one in 10 dwellings in the Queenstown Lakes District are now listed on Airbnb, according to an Infometrics report.
OPINION: There is a mutual love affair going on between Queenstown home owners and Airbnb.
Some residents are concerned it would ruin the entrance to Queenstown.
One year in Wanaka: 93 new businesses, 450 extra jobs.
Current South Port commercial manager Nigel Gear will take up Mark O'Connor's 18-year-mantle in October.
Te Kakano's funding a shot in the arm for the Upper Clutha community.
A tech-innovation hub for Central Otago will lure and "incubate" young talent and start-ups to the region.
Money available to address Wanaka concerns about lake snow, nutrient run off and land use changes.
Would a Crown Range tunnel help Wanaka's fast-food deprived residents get to Queenstown quicker?
Some oyster farmers have never seen test results that led to their livelihoods being ripped out.
Two small farms in Stewart Island have been declared safe from Bonamia ostreae.
"We don't hear as much about it, this has become a way of life," Queenstown's community support center's manager says.
The Wanaka business is one of the largest family-owned bakeries in the South Island.
Queenstown families host about 100 NZSki workers, which makes a "big difference" to seasonal accommodation crisis, Paul Anderson says.
A Queenstown tortilla business is facing legal action after a worker's arm was crushed in a conveyor belt.
A Cromwell scientist, who hails from South Africa, has been brewing up concoctions in his spare time and is opening a taproom.
Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy has pledged recovery assistance for those affected by flooding in Otago.
Kiwi visitors to Southland are outspending overseas tourists three-to-one.
Southland processor Blue Sky Meats has posted a second loss in a row a loss of $1.9m.
Southland's dairy farmers are on the lookout for more workers, with the industry on the rebound after two poor seasons.
As households in New Zealand get smaller, we're supersizing the houses we live in.
Hotels and other hospitality businesses are frustrated by the standard of job candidates sent to them by Work and Income.
Overseas officers want photos of workplaces and to see the CVs of every person who applies for a job.