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Kiwi adventurer Grant Rawlinson and his rowing partner Charlie Smith have crossed the equator and covered 500kms on their journey from Singapore to NZ.
A woman climber sustaining severe head injuries on Christmas Day, and a motor boat stuck on a sandbar off Foxton Beach, were among the more than 450 rescue beacon incidents for 2016.
Kiwi adventurer Grant ‘Axe’ Rawlinson and Brit Charlie Smith pushed off today from Raffles Marina Singapore to begin the most epic adventure of their lives!
Leading New Zealand sports administrator and current President of the New Zealand Olympic Committee, Mike Stanley has today been awarded the Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit.
A male mountaineer has fallen to his death from the north-west ridge of Mt Aspiring. The man fell from the ‘buttress’ area on to the Therma Glacier, a fall of several hundred metres.
Queenstown’s tourism industry has reaffirmed its status as the district’s major economic driver with annual tourism expenditure surpassing $2 billion for the first time.
The deaths of trampers Pavel Pazniak and Michael Stepura in the Tararua Ranges on 21 Nov. Inquiries conducted since the bodies of the two men were discovered, support the initial idea that the pair had succumb
The bodies of the two men found in the Tararua Forest Park yesterday will be transferred to Palmerston North today for a post-mortem to be carried out tomorrow.
A mother and her two sons, aged 10 and 12, have been rescued after spending the night in the open in cold, wet conditions in the Tararua Ranges.
World class experiences and stunning scenery have earned Queenstown global recognition overnight.