Some had to be chipped out of the ice, but most of the 800
tea bags buried on Mt Cardrona near Wanaka during the summer
have been recovered.
Aerial drops of 1080 poison around Wanaka set to begin after
next Friday will be the first test of the resolve of the
anonymous person who threatened to contaminate infant formula
with the poison.
Almost all 80 places in Wanaka's first Youth and Adults in
the Music Industry (Yami) summit have been taken with a
''whoosh and a bang'', according to organiser Lynne Christie.
A Czech Republic tourist who decided not to cross an ''ugly''
mountain stream walked out of the bush near the Haast Pass
yesterday morning with nothing more than wet feet.
Anti-1080 campaigner Carol Sawyer believes the safety of the
little-known and rare Roys Peak gecko will be put at risk by
TBFree New Zealand's poisoning programme later this month.
Is Wanaka ready to go five-star?
Yesterday's wet weather caused difficulties for motorists
travelling between Otago and the West Coast.
Ridge tops that looked as though they had ''almost exploded''
in the mountains west of Wanaka are among the lasting effects
from Monday's 5.8 magnitude earthquake there.
Emergency crews trying to extract a man trapped inside his
overturned four-wheel-drive looked up for a second and then
got on with the job.
The day 20-year-old American student Allison ''Ally'' Willen
died - Anzac Day - she was making her way, alone, through
flood water covering a section of the Young Valley walking
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