The Warehouse Group has sold its struggling outdoor brand Torpedo7 for $1.
Fiordland businesses are calling for urgent action to address a critical housing shortage they say is limiting the region's economy.
Confidence appears to be returning to the Queenstown Lakes business community following the General Election.
Active Adventures took home Supreme Business of the Year at the 2023 Queenstown Business Chamber Awards at Walter Peak High Country Farm on Saturday 4 November.
Queenstown’s Broken Heart Spirits has notched up a kiwi ‘first’ with the launch of the country’s first fully recyclable eco-refill pouches.
Some of the world’s wealthiest people will be jetting into Queenstown over the next six months with most luxury lodges and five-star accommodation already either booked out or heavily booked until early April.
A massive incentive group of 4,300 Chinese salespeople is descending on Queenstown in waves over six weeks for lavish five-day tours, estimated to inject $28m into our economy.
Queenstown CBD business owners and commercial landlords say they still have no workable solutions with Queenstown Lakes District Council set to pull the pin on its scheduled removal of downtown commercial rubbish collection hubs from November 20.
Winners of the 2023 Queenstown Business awards were announced at a special awards ceremony held Saturday night, 4th November at Walter Peak High Country Farm.
Queenstown Airport chief executive Glen Sowry says there’s no need for a fourth international airport in the South Island.
Two leading Kiwi academics specialising in dealing with North Asian markets will share their knowledge with Queenstown, Wānaka and Central Otago businesses next month.
Last night Wao Aotearoa announced an action-packed program for their annual Summit 2023.
New Zealand Sotheby’s International Realty (NZSIR) has bought First National Real Estate Wānaka, effectively doubling the size of its local operations.
Some hoteliers estimate as many as 10 percent of Queenstown’s almost 4000 hotel rooms remain out of service housing employees due to the resort’s serious staff housing crisis.
When it comes to preparation for snow sports, health should be a priority. Physical fitness, nutrition, sleep, rest, stretching and warm up are all essential to prevent injuries and enhance performance.
Women’s business coach, podcaster and blogger Jane Guy has interviewed more than 80 women since her Queenstown Life podcast relaunched three years ago.
“Way, way too much snow”. That’s how Bridget Legnavsky describes her first season at Sugar Bowl resort, in California’s Sierra Nevada mountains.
T Galleria by DFS opened in downtown Queenstown in the former O’Connells Mall late last year with what General Manager Mario Gabriel calls “excellent timing”.
New Zealand’s Ice Hockey season is well underway and local team SkyCity Stampede have had a strong start.
What started in the mid-1990s as a means for two outdoor sports lovers to live in Queenstown has become one of the region’s most successful outdoor retail brands.
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