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The two missing trampers in the Kahurangi National Park have been found alive after 18 days.
The search for missing trampers Dion Reynolds and Jessica O’Connor in Kahurangi National Park was suspended Monday due to weather.
The search continues this morning for two missing trampers who failed to return from the Kahurangi National Park.
The call came after two separate incidents over the weekend where people fishing required rescue by helicopter.
Police have now recovered 69 of the 112 vehicles stolen from Jucy Rentals in South Auckland, resulting in 19 arrests.
Police have named a man found deceased at Bottle Lake, Christchurch, on April 15 as missing Japanese tourist Tokuichi Sato.
At least 270 Avsec staff will help free up uniformed police officers to focus on other frontline duties.
The police are warning New Zealanders to stay home during the upcoming Easter holidays, as the Covid-19 alert level 4 lockdown continues.
People with an urge to snitch on neighbours and others they think are flouting lockdown rules can go online to let off steam.
Police are investigating the damage to Wanaka’s iconic tree at Roys Bay.
Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools and Spa is celebrating the return of a pounamu from its plinth on pool grounds.
Bodies of two trampers have been found in Central Otago’s Makarora River following days of wild weather last week that saw evacuation of tourists in Fiordland.
Police have released the names of the two men who died while climbing in the Fiordland National Park last week.
A second police search to find Swedish tourist Hans Christian Tornmarck has been unsuccessful.
Police and members of the Alpine Rescue Team recovered the bodies of two male climbers from Fiordland National Park on Friday.
A pounamu sculpture stolen from Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools and Spa by a masked burglar has been recovered.
Police are on the hunt for the sculpture taken from Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools and Spa.
Police have confirmed the names of the two people killed during a tour of the Kakanui Mountains in north Otago on Saturday 23 March.
Queenstown’s Prestige Adventure says Saturday’s deaths happened on one of its 4WD buggy trips.
One of Auckland Seaplanes’ aircraft has crashed in the Auckland harbour, nose-diving into the water.
The beach and access area to Cape Kidnappers are to remain closed following a slip that injured two Korean tourists.
Two tourists are in a stable condition at Dunedin Hospital after a tree crashed down on them near the Shotover Jet base in Queenstown.
The death of Wanaka pilot Nick Wallis just three months after his brother was killed in another helicopter accident is a “tragedy for the entire community”, said Lake Wanaka Tourism chairman Mark Morrison.
A 25-year-old Indian man is reported to have been the victim of Sunday’s collision between a car and a tour bus near Queenstown.
The driver of a car that crashed into a Southern Discoveries bus died at the scene.
New Zealanders are being urged to quiz visitors on their tramping plans and to offer advice following the death of a walker at Ruapehu last week.
Visitors to the area are being urged to consider alternative walks while the temporary ban is in place.