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  •   Home > News > National >  Subscribe to NZCity's Lower South Island articles  Lower South Island
    Two people are seriously injured after a single car crash on Queenstown's Lake Esplanade about 5pm
     27 October 2020
    Two people are seriously injured after a single car crash on Queenstown's Lake Esplanade about 5pm
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    A man injured on Friday in a workplace incident on a Central Otago farm has died in hospital
    26 Oct: A man injured on Friday in a workplace incident on a Central Otago farm has died in hospital... more
    Despite just two wins from six, Southland coach Dale MacLeod's pleased with his side's progress as the end of the Mitre 10 Cup season nears
    25 Oct: Despite just two wins from six, Southland coach Dale MacLeod's pleased with his side's progress as the end of the Mitre 10 Cup season nears... more
    Otago's claimed a 30-7 win over Northland in the Mitre10 Cup in Dunedin, to move to the top of the Championship standings for the time being
    24 Oct: Otago's claimed a 30-7 win over Northland in the Mitre10 Cup in Dunedin, to move to the top of the Championship standings for the time being... more
    Otago have defeated Northland in their final division game of the Mitre 10 Cup
    23 Oct: Otago have defeated Northland in their final division game of the Mitre 10 Cup... more
    A paraglider has reportedly crashed into trees on Bob's Peak in Queenstown
    23 Oct: A paraglider has reportedly crashed into trees on Bob's Peak in Queenstown... more
    A judge has dismissed an appeal from the driver of a tourist bus that crashed near Queenstown, causing a girl and woman to lose limbs
    23 Oct: A judge has dismissed an appeal from the driver of a tourist bus that crashed near Queenstown, causing a girl and woman to lose limbs... more
    Otago rugby coach Tom Donnelly has suspended two players for breaching the team's alcohol policy ahead of tonight's Mitre 10 Cup match against Northland
    23 Oct: Otago rugby coach Tom Donnelly has suspended two players for breaching the team's alcohol policy ahead of tonight's Mitre 10 Cup match against Northland... more
    A helicopter is heading to the scene of a collision between a car and truck in the Southland town of Mataura
    20 Oct: A helicopter is heading to the scene of a collision between a car and truck in the Southland town of Mataura... more
    The driver of a tourist bus that crashed near Queenstown in January -- causing a girl and woman to lose limbs -- is appealing his conviction
    20 Oct: The driver of a tourist bus that crashed near Queenstown in January -- causing a girl and woman to lose limbs -- is appealing his conviction... more

     Most Popular Recent Lower South Island News
     05 Oct: Motorists are being urged to take extra care in Southland, following the weekend of heavy rain ++++
     11 Oct: Northland have hung on for a vital win over Southland in the Mitre 10 Cup, that propels them to the top of the Championship table +++
     07 Oct: A contracting company has been fined 275 thousand dollars after an unlicensed driver rolled a heavy roller down a bank near Queenstown in 2018 +++
     02 Oct: A series of suspicious overnight fires in Timaru are under investigations +++
     23 Oct: Otago have defeated Northland in their final division game of the Mitre 10 Cup +++
     26 Oct: A man injured on Friday in a workplace incident on a Central Otago farm has died in hospital +++
     20 Oct: Queenstown has its sights set on a world beyond Covid-19 +++

     Lower South Island NewsLinks
      16 Oct: Masters games mastery magic shines despite dodgy weather (Stuff.co.nz)
      13 Oct: Chilly southerly blast to sweep the country, bringing snow to low levels in south island (Stuff.co.nz)
      1 Oct: Snow's melted, but challenges remain for some (RadioNZ)
      28 Sep: 'weather bomb': snow blankets the south, strong winds in the north (Stuff.co.nz)
      24 Sep: Heavy rain for parts of the north island and lower south island (Stuff.co.nz)
      22 Sep: Heavy rain or gales on way for much of south island, lower north island (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 Sep: Weather: strong 120kmh gales, heavy rain set to batter south island, parts of the north island (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 Sep: Southern storm: destructive gales, torrential rain to blast south island, lower north island (NZ Herald)
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