AJ Hackett Bungy has "sincerely apologised'' to a customer
who it says received "a fright'' when they fell
unexpectedly from a jump pod on the 160m-high Nevis Swing
Armed police locked down a Queenstown primary school this
afternoon, as they hunted for a man they believed was armed.
The controversial Wanaka Watersports Facility has been
approved by independent commissioners.
A Frenchman was found with a flick knife in his possession
when he was stopped for a drink-driving check in Queenstown
The lower South Island has been struck by a couple of
earthquakes this morning.
A woman who drove her child to school while six times over
the drink-driving limit has been sentenced to supervision and
Central Otago's best young viticulturist is gearing up for a
third and final tilt at a national title.
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.
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