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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.
One person is missing following a water incident on the Waikato River near the Hamilton Gardens on Sunday night.
A roof fire in the Anglican St Paul’s Cathedral in Dunedin has been contained and early reports suggest little damage from smoke and water.
The skipper of Auckland-based Fullers Group ferry, Torea, has been fined $2500 for colliding with a lit navigation buoy in the Waitematā Harbour.
Ports of Auckland has been sentenced to pay $424,000 after one of its pilot boat fatally collided with swimmer Leslie Gelberger on Auckland’s North Shore in 2017.
One person has died after a kayak capsized off the Waikato coast near Miranda.
The person who died had been travelling in the car at the time of the collision, Police said.
Police have recovered 90 of the 98 Jucy rental vehicles that were stolen from a car yard in April.
Hiscox volunteered at the Raetihi Information Centre and assisted people who had come to visit the small town.
Police have confirmed that the body of a tramper who got into trouble crossing the Makaroro River in the Ruahine Forest Park has been recovered.
The call came after two separate incidents over the weekend where people fishing required rescue by helicopter.
Police are appealing to the public for any sightings of 77-year-old Japanese tourist Tokuichi Sato.
The man reported missing on Stewart Island this week has been located.
The search for a hunter missing on Stewart Island in continuing.
Police are appealing to the public for any sightings of Japanese tourist Tokuichi Sato.
Police have named the man who died in a kayaking incident in Tasman Bay on March 12.
Queenstown-based Go Orange has today resumed jet boat operations having temporarily closed after five customers were injured on the Kawarau River on Monday (26 January).
Queenstown-based Go Orange suspended jet boat operations after five customers were injured on the Kawarau River.
State Highway 1 at Cape Reinga has reopened to traffic following a closure on Wednesday because of a large scrub fire.
Police have named the man who died following a fall on Mt Earnslaw on 18 January.
The Homer Tunnel on SH94 between Te Anau and Milford Sound has reopened, allowing hundreds of queued cars to pass through from Milford Sound.
The operator of the coach that crashed near Queenstown injuring 20 Chinese tourists says the driver is an experienced guide and it’s unclear how the accident happened.
A body has been recovered after a person fell on Mount Earnslaw, Central Otago yesterday.
At around 1.30 pm on 11 January, the Rescue Coordination Centre received an emergency locator beacon signal from the top of the Gillespie Pass, Mt Aspiring National Park.
A shaken tour bus driver has been stood down for the day following yesterday’s runaway bus incident that saw three people injured.
A three-day rāhui on the Tongariro Alpine Crossing was lifted at sunrise today after Gerd Wilde, 75, died on the trek.
The Government-led Visitor Sector Emergency Advisory Group swung into action last week to deal with extreme weather in the south and the Whakaari / White Island eruption.
Police have named the man who died after falling on the Routeburn track on Friday 6 December.
The 70-year-old Australian fell on Friday while walking with Ultimate Hikes.
Corrosion of landing gear locking springs was the cause of equipment failure that led to a diverted emergency landing, says the Transport Accident Investigation Commission.