The lower South Island has been struck by a couple of
earthquakes this morning.
Central Otago's best young viticulturist is gearing up for a
third and final tilt at a national title.
A woman who drove her child to school while six times over
the drink-driving limit has been sentenced to supervision and
Skippers Rd, near Queenstown, reopened yesterday after being
closed by a slip for the second time in a week.
They are skiing and boarding almost wall-to-wall on
Police are not commenting on why it took more than an hour to
begin evacuating Queenstown Airport's terminal after a note
mentioning a bomb was found on a plane.
A group of professional mountain guides may have triggered an
avalanche in the Remarkables Range yesterday afternoon that
raised the level of Lake Alta by 7cm.
blue skies, calm conditions and fresh snow at Queenstown's
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