Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Justin Bieber went from dancing shirtless with an elderly lady in Arrowtown on Monday night to swinging backwards 200 meters over the famous Shotover River in Queenstown.


Monday, March 20, 2017

The 2017 Gibbston Food and Wine Festival was buzzing on Saturday at Queenstown's 150 year-old gardens with local musician, Miki Brown.
The musician performed at the festival among a selection of others in addition to Queenstown’s Jazz Orchestra.
The festival showcased Central Otago’s wines including Hawkshead, Gibbston Valley, Valli and Rockburn wines.
Queenstown reporter Meena Amso was there.


Friday, March 10, 2017

Day two of the NZ Golf Open was full on, here is the day's wrap-up with South Today reporter Meena Amso.


Thursday, March 9, 2017

Day one of the New Zealand Golf Open tournament was in full swing at Millbrook and the Hills in Arrowtown. Here’s Queenstown reporter Meena Amso with the latest updates.


Wednesday, March 8, 2017

New Zealand professional golfer Ryan Fox says he's keen to have his name added to the New Zealand Open Golf tournament trophy.

Fox plays on the European Tour and PGA Tour of Australasia but from Thursday will be competing on home turf, with international caddy Steve Williams carrying his bag.


Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Olympic shot put medalist Tom Walsh is in Queenstown this week ahead of the NZ Golf Open.

The shot putter is taking time off his normal regular sport to play in the New Zealand Open this week.

Walsh spoke about his golfing abilities and expectations with the media.


Friday, March 3, 2017

Revenue Minister Judith Collins was in Queenstown today speaking to international tax officials to highlight a proposal law that cracks down on multinational companies avoiding tax.
Collins released three documents for consultation today focused on New Zealand’s response to base erosion and profit shifting.
Two of the tools are used by off shore companies to avoid paying tax in this country.


Friday, February 24, 2017

There will no doubt be plenty of blood, sweat and tears over the next week for three hundred athletes in the GodZone Adventure Race.
The race starts at seven o'clock Saturday morning on the main beach in Queenstown Bay.

Today, the athletes are making their last minute preparations.


Friday, February 17, 2017

The Prime Ministers of New Zealand and Australia met for talks in Queenstown today. While the announcement yesterday Dunedin would be losing 362 Cadbury chocolate making jobs to Australia was not a subject raised by the media during the formal press conference, afterwards New Zealand Prime Minister Bill English told the South Today he commiserated with the workers.


Friday, February 17, 2017

The Prime Ministers of New Zealand and Australia have just begun talks in Queenstown.


Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Queenstown is hosting more than 500 scientists from all around the world, for the biggest Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology conference in the Southern Hemisphere.

The 'AMN8' conference focuses on the latest research in advanced materials and nanotechnology.


Sunday, January 29, 2017

The Colour Burst fun run in Queenstown got off to a wet start, but that did not stop masses of people turning up, ready for action.

The second Colour Burst run in Queenstown is inspired by the Indian Holi festival of colour. The festival celebrates the arrival of spring, end of winter and highlights the victory of good over evil.


Saturday, January 14, 2017

The Lake Hayes A&P show is bringing the town a little closer to the country and giving the Wakatipu community a taste of rural life, for the 102nd time.


Wednesday, January 11, 2017

The Queenstown Lakes District Council says the Glenorchy Road has been reopened to traffic.

The road was opened just after three o’clock this afternoon but was later closed around 4.30pm due to a flare up in the fire as five helicopter crews were fighting the blaze.

Power to Glenorchy however is still out.


Wednesday, January 11, 2017

The Queenstown Lakes District Council says the Glenorchy Road has been reopened to traffic.

The road was opened just after three o’clock this afternoon but was later closed around 4.30pm due to a flare up in the fire as five helicopter crews were fighting the blaze.

Power to Glenorchy however is still out.