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Eight trampers were rescued from the Southern Alps in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Auckland Seaplanes is looking to get a new float plane to replace the aircraft that crashed in Auckland harbour in March, ahead of what is expected to be a busy summer.
Police have charged the driver of the bus involved in the fatal crash near Rotorua that killed five Chinese tourists.
The inbound tour operator involved in Wednesday’s bus crash that killed five tourists near Rotorua is Qualmark accredited and a member of the country’s largest tourism associations.
Multiple deaths have been reported after a bus, understood to be carrying Asian tourists, rolled in bad weather on State Highway 5 at Ngatira, near Rotorua.
There was little defence in place to prevent the one-person errors that resulted in the collision, says the TAIC.
Work-related ACC injury claims in the arts and recreation services industry dropped to 172 injuries per 1,000 full-time employees in 2018, down from 2017’s 202 injuries per 1,000 full-time employees.
The operator has praised “focused and conscientious” 20-year old pilot, Joshua Christensen, who died in a mid-air collision on Sunday.
Skydive Wellington has confirmed that it operated one of the aircraft that was involved in a mid-air collision yesterday, killing both pilots.
Another landslide at Cape Kidnappers over Easter means the planned re-opening next week of beach access to the popular gannet colony there has been postponed.
A Southern Lakes Helicopters aircraft travelling to the Auckland Islands to conduct a private medevac off a fishing vessel has crashed with three rescue crew on board.
The tourist who died following a fall at Moutohorā (Whale Island) has been named as 73-year-old Lionel Nowell.
A tourist has died after falling during a guided tour of the Bay of Plenty destination.
Police have confirmed the names of the two people killed during a tour of the Kakanui Mountains in north Otago on Saturday 23 March.