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Queenstown jet-boat company has been fined and ordered to pay reparation payments.
Californian tourist Tyler Nii crash-landed into lake - his body was never found.
Jim Boult says he is unsure the region needs it.
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Prime Ministers say NZ and Australia are singing from the same song sheet on China.
Formal talks between Jacinda Ardern and Scott Morrison are under way in Queenstown.
Covid-19, China, the Pacific and climate change top of the agenda for today's formal talk.
It is the two PMs' first face-to-face meeting since February last year.
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The two PMs have plenty to talk about, from Covid to climate change to China.
With 500 artists, organisers, volunteers, LUMA is the Lakes' biggest art show.
Passenger Olivia Brown, who died in the crash, was told not to wear a seatbelt.
Bookings from inbound Australian skiers and domestic demand are filling up Queenstown.
The business was awarded a $500,000 grant plus a $1 million loan in Covid relief funding.
Oamaru has only received 31 per cent of its average rainfall this month.
Tourism sector desperate to open border in Jan as hinted in Budget, but staff woes remain.
Active fronts moving across the country make for a wild, wintry Tuesday.
The land has 110m of frontage to Frankton Rd and rises from 22m to 45m above lake level.
Much of the country can expect some rain on Monday - but not Christchurch.
At party's regional conference in Queenstown today, Collins said plan had upset mayors.
The sailing legend wants to take water from two creeks on the Crown Terrace.
Man gets conviction quashed after an error was made by a duty solicitor and judge.