A record $91,500 will be injected into communities across the Southern Lakes region over the next few months to support initiatives that improve mental wellbeing, social connection and resilience.
Mike McIlraith, Director of Partnerships for Te Tari Pūreke – Firearms Safety Authority, talks firearms safety ahead of the summer holidays.
Host Brent Harbour catches up with Puzzling World's Duncan Spear, as the iconic visitor attraction celebrates its 50th year, and also Ronald McDonald House Charities' CEO Wayne Howett.
Gondola manufacturer Doppelmayr is proposing a cable car system carrying up to 3000 passengers per hour to help solve Queenstown's transport problems.
Airwolf Paradise will join forces with Torren Foote for an unforgettable NYE performance at the South Island's massive music festival Rhythm & Alps.
International metal sensations Alien Weaponry have chosen Powder Chutes from Wānaka's Mount Aspiring College as the winners of a nationwide music competition that celebrates young homegrown talent.
The world’s top male and female mountain bikers will compete in freeride MTB comp, Natural Selection Proving Grounds, on Queenstown's Mount Dewar.
In February Arrowtown Creative Art Society will present their inaugural Gardens and Galleries event, offering the chance to explore some of the Whakatipu Basin's best gardens and art spaces in support of Plunket.
SongCatcher and Youthtown have joined forces to release an EP that features some young talent of the region.
Queenstown Lakes District Council’s (QLDC) annual Christmas show will return to the Events Centre on 10 December.
El costo de la vida sube otra vez, como decía el famoso cantante dominicano Juan Luis Guerra, y para muchos se está haciendo difícil costear servicios básicos, encontrar trabajo o incluso pagar la renta.
December the 5th is International Volunteer Day and Volunteer South | Kaitūao o te Taitonga is celebrating volunteers and the change they bring about in their communities.
Alpine Health and Fitness has received Exercise NZ’s 2023 Community Award for its Leisurelys programme aimed at those aged 65 and over.
Johnny Stevenson learned a hard work ethic growing up in a Southland dairy farming family – one that paid off.
Australian motorbike stunt performer Robbie Maddison has claimed the highest moto bungy jump in the world off the AJ Hackett Bungy New Zealand Nevis Bungy.
Royalburn Station owner and farmer Carlos Bagrie is launching a brand-new beer to the NZ market: Swifty.
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