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The Federated Mountain Clubs of New Zealand is disappointed with the proposed funding cuts for rescue helicopter services in New Zealand. The National Ambulance Sector Office is proposing to rationalise rescue helicopter services
Police say the forecast snap of cold weather will cause further rescues on the Tongariro Alpine Crossing if visitors don’t prepare or plan their hiking trips.
Hawke’s Bay Police have noticed more emergency calls for assistance by walkers and hikers becoming stranded on the track from Clifton Motor Camp out to the Gannet Colony at Cape Kidnappers.
The New Zealand Sport and Recreation Awards, in their 11th year, capture and acknowledge the exemplary work taking place across Aotearoa New Zealand’s sport and recreation sector.
Two girls, two trails, 4 marathons, 4 days. 163km of trail running bliss in back-country New Zealand. Top Kiwi runner Lesley Turner Hall shares her story.
A search and rescue operation is underway on Mt Taranaki after a woman was injured in a rockfall this afternoon.
Yesterday afternoon, February 3rd, a group of five teenage boys were swimming at the Cascade Falls area in the Waitakere ranges, when at around 4:15pm heavy rains hit.
With six people rescued in the last week on the Tongariro Alpine Crossing, Police and LandSAR have a message for those planning the trip
At approximately 6pm last night Police received information that a female tourist was lost somewhere on Mt Ruapehu.
Drug Free Sport New Zealand (DFSNZ) has initiated proceedings before both the Sports Tribunal of New Zealand and the New Zealand Rugby Judicial Committee after finding evidence suggesting athletes