Three New Zealanders thought to have been missing in Nepal have contacted their families to let them know they're safe, as three remain unaccounted for.
The whereabouts of Peter Curreen, 63, from Marlborough, Peter McLeod, 62, from Taupo, and Doug Sealy, 31, from Wellington remains uncertain.
Yesterday however, three families received good news from the disaster zone.
The family of Brad Robson, 32, from Taupo, have heard that a trekking group he was part of was safe and accounted for.
It was "a huge relief", said his father, Quentin Robson.
Joshua Dane Kenyon, 34, from Christchurch, was also confirmed safe.
"We are very happy that both he and his Nepalese family and friends are safe and sound," said father Bruce Kenyon.
William Seymour-Jones, 25, who was born in Wellington but now lives in Brisbane, was also okay, his mother Cate said.
A group of St Margaret's College, Christchurch students who were on an expedition in Nepal, trekking and working to build a school near Kathmandu, arrived home last night.
World Vision: Nepal Earthquake Appeal worldvision.org.nz on
0800 90 5000
Unicef: Visit unicef.org.nz/nepal or call 0800 243 575
Oxfam: Visit oxfam.org.nz or call 0800 600 700
Red Cross: Visit redcross.org.nz or call 0800 RED CROSS (0800 733 276)
ChildFund New Zealand: Visit childfund.org.nz/Nepal-Earthquake-Appeal or call 0800 808 822
Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand: Visit caritas.org.nz or call 0900 4 11 11
New Zealand Nepal Society: Donations can be made to bank account number 01-0142-0053378-00
Himalayan Trust Rebuild Appeal: Visit givealittle.co.nz/cause/nepalearthquake
TEAR Fund: Visit tearfund.org.nz or call 0800 800 777
Global Volunteer Network