Hunters have expressed their hopes that an American woman
intending to hunt in New Zealand will stay true to the spirit
of a fair chase.
The last surviving Dambusters pilot, Squadron Leader Les
Munro, has died after a short illness. He was 96.
The relatively warm start to the week for many is set to
change, with a colder southerly forecast to bring snow to
lower levels for much of South Island at the weekend.
A person who tried fighting a kitchen fire was taken to
hospital after suffering smoke inhalation last night.
The Laneway Festival has been told today it cannot move to
the Auckland Domain, raising the possibility of the country's
largest urban music festival moving to Wellington or
Wild winds are lashing the capital and won't ease until
tonight. Gusts of up to 140km/h have been recorded and an Air
New Zealand flight from Dunedin was cancelled this morning.
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