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The first match of the tournament will go ahead in Auckland despite the city being rocked by fatal shootings this morning.
The Stardome Observatory and Planetarium in Auckland has been forced to close after copper was stolen from its Zeiss telescope.
The man who passed away on Mt Taranaki has been named as 57-year-old Christoph Heinrich Huelsmann.
The charges relate to the death of a British skydiver Sarah-Jayne Bayram, who was part of a group taking part in a sunset jump last year.
The Transport Accident Investigation Commission says no safety recommendations are required following an incident in 2020, when a Eurocopter lost control in flight and crashed into a beach north of Kaikoura.
A kayaker has died near Jackson Bay and Ohaaku in Haast.
Tens of thousands of travellers have been impacted by Auckland Airport’s 37-hour shutdown due to the deluge.
The Transport Accident Investigation Commission has launched inquiries into the Interislander ferry Kaitaki losing power and an Air New Zealand Boeing 777 losing control on the ground.
The Australian visitor who died in Glenorchy after trying to rescue a child in the water has been named as Jordan Young, 35, from New South Wales.
Surf Life Saving Northern Region is urging people to swim at lifeguarded beaches during patrol hours after a spate of summer drownings across the country, including six in Auckland last week.
A rāhui has been placed across Ōpoutere Beach, the Wharekawa Harbour, and Wharekawa River in the Coromandel.
Queenstown Mayor Glyn Lewers has thanked operators and people involved in the search for a Korean tourist who drowned in Lake Wānaka on Thursday evening.
Incidents at the Whangamata Beach Hop last weekend have prompted police to issue a reminder to drivers about responsibilities on the road, and to avoid intoxication.
KiwiRail and Higgins Towing Services have been sentenced and fined in the Wellington District Court for failing to provide a safe working environment.
The operator has been ordered to pay a $315,000 fine and $64,000 in legal costs over the 18 October 2018 helicopter crash that left three people dead.
KiwiRail has undertaken safety reviews and made improvements to its shunting and coupling processes for transferring rail wagons to ferries, following a Transport Accident Investigation Commission inquiry.
A rāhui has been placed in the area where a charter boat capsized, killing five people near Kaikōura on Saturday.
A Kaikōura operator was one of the first at the scene of an accident that took the lives of five people when a fishing charter boat capsized in Goose Bay on Saturday.
A rāhui has been lifted from Mt Ngāuruhoe following the death of a climber who fell into a gully on the mountain on Saturday.
Whakarewarewa Village is closed indefinitely while repairs are underway to fix a footpath sinkhole that severely burned an Australian tourist yesterday.
A building on the outskirts of Tauranga’s Historic Village has been destroyed by a fire.
Police have named the man who died last month while on a day tramp near the northern end of the Milford Track.
A rāhui is in place in the Giant Gate Falls and the Lake Ada area until 17 April.
The search for a missing tramper in Milford Sound will continue today with additional search and rescue personnel being brought into assist.
The operator has made a raft of changes to help prevent a similar incident from happening again.
The Transport Accident Investigation Commission has recommended mandatory wearing of pilot safety harnesses during critical safety phases of commercial hot air balloon flights.
Skydive Auckland says it is “deeply saddened” by the loss of a skydiver, who died on Thursday evening.
One of the country’s iconic tourism businesses suffers an “incredibly disruptive” cyberattack.
The surge of waves that hit Northland on Saturday night has affected the berths of around 40 boats at the Tutukaka marina but one tourism operator managed to escape direct damage.
The Search and Rescue Base at Aoraki/Mount Cook suffered a malware attack last month involving five devices, according to the Department of Conservation.
Tourism Waitaki employees have met with police following abusive comments on social media directed at its foreign-born staff.
West Coast hostel Bazil’s Backpackers and Surf School suffers major damage after a fire broke out overnight.
TAIC says it is seeking video or photos of the landing to help its investigation.
A hot air balloon carrying 11 people has crashed near Arrowtown, leaving two people seriously injured.
Operator Wyndon Aviation says it is unaware of any reason why its Robinson 44 helicopter crashed on Saturday.
The TAIC releases its report into the fatal skydive accident that killed American tourist Tyler Nii.
Mid Canterbury operators have had to curtail activities but there are hopes of a quick return.
A 25-year-old man was charged with being accessory and will appear in Auckland District Court on 17 May.
Police and Alpine Cliff Rescue staff have identified the climbers who fell near the summit of Mount Taranaki as Christchurch-based engineering geologists Richard Phillips and Peter Kirkwood.
Ngā Iwi o Taranaki have placed a rāhui on all access routes to the Mount Taranaki summit to acknowledge the fatalities of the Christchurch climbers on 4 May.
Workers and guests were evacuated from the Auckland Viaduct hotel.
A KJet boat with 11 passengers plus the driver on board was involved in a crash on Sunday morning. Five were flown to hospital.
Today’s accident comes after three children suffered serious injuries and their parents were killed in yesterday’s crash.
Unexpected turbulence probably contributed to the crash that claimed Wanaka pilot Matthew Wallis.
The payouts included 19 business and commercial claims.
The Alps 2 Ocean Cycle Trail is closed between Twizel and Omarama due to the large fire at Ohau.
Police have released the name of the woman who died after falling on Mount Ruapehu on Saturday 26 September.
The coach tour company involved in a crash that saw 20 Chinese visitors injured, two of them severely, has gone into liquidation.
About 70 firefighters and 20 fire trucks were at the scene of a fire at a Tourism Holdings campervan worskhop in south Auckland this morning.
Visitors to the area have been escorted away as a large blaze continues to burn.