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The second day of a hearing into the shooting of two Dunedin children has heard how police failed to act on information which could have saved their lives. Audio
Commuters in Queenstown may have to get used to taking the bus as the local council tries to solve the resort town's traffic woes.
Queenstown bar owners, health workers and hoteliers are calling on the Government to take a closer look at how much duty free alcohol people can buy.
The tourism industry this year emerged from the GFC-driven doldrums, and Steve Wilde was there as Queenstown capitalised on the trend.
A second attempt by a steam enthusiast to garner public support to save the historic Kingston Flyer train appears to have failed because of lack of interest.
Images of Maori warriors in threatening poses are sending the wrong message to some international visitors, the head of Maori Tourism has warned.
Queenstown doctors are seething at a behind-the-scenes plan by the Southern District Health Board to hive off the district's public hospital into a private trust. Audio
A new hospital for Queenstown is the latest casualty as the Southern DHB looks for ways to stem a bleeding deficit by developing a new strategy to cut costs.
Queenstown's business community may be the envy of others with double-digit visitor growth and a reputation as one of the top tourist spots in Australasia, but its CBD is under threat.
A group trying to battle wilding pines in the Queenstown area has a strong message for incoming Conservation Minister Maggie Barry.
Finance Minister Bill English has given his strongest indication yet about the level of any tax cuts should National be returned to government. Audio