Passengers in Queenstown will be spoiled for choice when it comes to taking a cab after May this year.
That’s when ride-share giant Uber moves into the resort, where it will compete with other passenger transport companies.
Existing Queenstown ride-share company Take me says it is not phased by the new competition.
Queenstown Lakes residents will be consulted about how to improve the districts glass recycling service and organic waste disposal.
Hundreds of adults and children took to the streets to march on Saturday morning in Lumsden.
The large group voiced their anger the proposal to downgrade the Lumsden Maternity Centre.
New Zealand workers are getting themselves a bad name with some Queenstown businesses.
One business owner this week described them as a nightmare and another owner detailed incidents of mental illness and people not showing up for work.
A new style of smoke detector is helping reduce the high number of false fire alarms in Queenstown.
The number of false alarms in Queenstown is double the national average, but 12 buildings in the resort could have solved the problem.
A Queenstown drink-driving victim who suffered serious injuries in a crash says wearing a helmet saved her life.
Cycle helmets are compulsory in New Zealand but activists in Wellington want the law changed.
What is claimed to be New Zealand’s most sustainable guest accommodation, opened in Glenorchy yesterday.
Camp Glenorchy, about 40 minutes drive north-west of Queenstown, offers guest facilities with net zero energy use.
Construction of a new 3.2 km cycle trail from the old Shotover Bridge to Tucker Beach Delta, near Queenstown, is under-way.
The track, estimated to cost $300,000 is hailed by organisers as an integral part of the cycling network in the Wakatipu Basin.
Queenstown Lakes District Council contractors have removed a number of flags on one of the zigzags near the bottom of the Crown Range Road, near Arrowtown.