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  •   Home > News > National >  Subscribe to NZCity's Lower South Island articles  Lower South Island
    A couple who broke lockdown rules to travel from Auckland to Wanaka have made their names public
     14 September 2021
    A couple who broke lockdown rules to travel from Auckland to Wanaka have made their names public
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    Historic moa bones - a wired-together hip, leg and foot - have disappeared from a Milford Sound museum - at Gunn's Camp holiday spot
    14 Sep: Historic moa bones - a wired-together hip, leg and foot - have disappeared from a Milford Sound museum - at Gunn's Camp holiday spot... more
    Doubts over name suppression for an Auckland couple who reportedly left lockdown for their Wanaka holiday home
    14 Sep: Doubts over name suppression for an Auckland couple who reportedly left lockdown for their Wanaka holiday home... more
    An Auckland couple who escaped lockdown to Wanaka have been granted interim name suppression -- and a telling off from the Prime Minister
    14 Sep: An Auckland couple who escaped lockdown to Wanaka have been granted interim name suppression -- and a telling off from the Prime Minister... more
    An Auckland couple who allegedly illegally travelled to their Wanaka holiday home are the talk of the South Island town
    13 Sep: An Auckland couple who allegedly illegally travelled to their Wanaka holiday home are the talk of the South Island town... more
    A coroner is warning people to keep out of the water north of Timaru.. after the case of a man who drowned rescuing his son
    13 Sep: A coroner is warning people to keep out of the water north of Timaru.. after the case of a man who drowned rescuing his son... more
    Frustration from Queenstown's mayor -- over an Auckland couple who flouted covid rules to travel to Wanaka
    13 Sep: Frustration from Queenstown's mayor -- over an Auckland couple who flouted covid rules to travel to Wanaka... more
    Three people are in a serious condition after a two-vehicle crash in North Otago
    12 Sep: Three people are in a serious condition after a two-vehicle crash in North Otago... more
    A motorcyclist has died after crashing into a barrier on the Crown Range Road, near Queenstown, in Otago this morning
    8 Sep: A motorcyclist has died after crashing into a barrier on the Crown Range Road, near Queenstown, in Otago this morning... more
    Queenstown councillors have approved a lower than expected rates increase
    3 Sep: Queenstown councillors have approved a lower than expected rates increase... more

     Most Popular Recent Lower South Island News
     11 Nov: A match to remember for Otago opener Mitch Renwick and his teammates in cricket's Plunket Shield +++++++++++++++++
     03 Nov: A new degree launched in New Zealand has been born out of the Covid pandemic +++++++++
     01 Nov: Cycling's Tour of Southland resumes between Invercargill and Lumsden from 10am ++++++
     03 Nov: A short pedal with a brutal finish awaits riders on stage four of cycling's Tour of Southland ++++++
     20 Nov: Taranaki have completed their perfect season with a 32-19 victory over Otago in their NPC Championship final in Inglewood ++++++
     06 Nov: A big night of celebrations ahead for Michael Vink and his Transport Engineering cycling team ++++++
     04 Nov: Michael Vink has retained the leader's yellow jersey after finishing fourth on the iconic Bluff Hill stage on Cycling's Tour of Southland +++++

     Lower South Island NewsLinks
      19 Nov: Covid-19: south island holiday hotspot also one of its lowest vaccinated areas (Stuff.co.nz)
      1 Nov: Kate alkema's killer refused parole because no home can be found for him (Stuff.co.nz)
      29 Oct: La niƱa conditions expected this summer for new zealand (RadioNZ)
      20 Oct: Boy, 4, dials 111, invites police to see his toys (Stuff.co.nz)
      18 Oct: Bumper south island asparagus crop but lower demand as lockdown continues (Stuff.co.nz)
      14 Oct: Storm surge so strong wave monitor was washed away in wellington (NZ Herald)
      7 Oct: Earthquake near stratford felt in south island (Stuff.co.nz)
      13 Sep: 'potentially damaging' winds to hit lower north island, top of the south (Stuff.co.nz)
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    Technology:
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    Auckland:
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    Business:
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    Soccer:
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    Rugby:
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    Entertainment:
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