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  •   Home > News > National >  Subscribe to NZCity's Lower South Island articles  Lower South Island
    Direct flights between Queenstown and Australia are set to resume today
    Air New Zealand
    Air New Zealand
     23 May 2022
    Direct flights between Queenstown and Australia are set to resume today
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    The Southern Steel have accounted for the Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic 68-57 in Invercargill in netball's ANZ Premiership
    22 May: The Southern Steel have accounted for the Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic 68-57 in Invercargill in netball's ANZ Premiership... more
    Two arrests .... after a man crashed a stolen vehicle in Southland on Tuesday morning .... before fleeing police
    18 May: Two arrests .... after a man crashed a stolen vehicle in Southland on Tuesday morning .... before fleeing police... more
    Authorities are still working to get to the bottom of what killed 150 fish in a creek near Queenstown
    17 May: Authorities are still working to get to the bottom of what killed 150 fish in a creek near Queenstown... more
    Hayden Paddon wants to alert fans to the magnitude of Rally New Zealand
    16 May: Hayden Paddon wants to alert fans to the magnitude of Rally New Zealand... more
    Nearly 140 years on... an unknown gold miner is being laid to rest in Central Otago today
    14 May: Nearly 140 years on... an unknown gold miner is being laid to rest in Central Otago today... more
    A Southland company has been fined 10-thousand dollars for failing to keep adequate records
    13 May: A Southland company has been fined 10-thousand dollars for failing to keep adequate records... more
    Construction work to prepare Otago's Corrections Facility for the transfer of high-security prisoners from Christchurch, has been delayed
    13 May: Construction work to prepare Otago's Corrections Facility for the transfer of high-security prisoners from Christchurch, has been delayed... more
    If you threaten to harm others, you will be held to account
    13 May: If you threaten to harm others, you will be held to account... more
    NASA's scrapped the launch of a giant helium balloon today, because of unfavourable weather
    11 May: NASA's scrapped the launch of a giant helium balloon today, because of unfavourable weather... more

     Most Popular Recent Lower South Island News
     13 May: A Southland company has been fined 10-thousand dollars for failing to keep adequate records +++++++++++
     11 May: NASA's scrapped the launch of a giant helium balloon today, because of unfavourable weather ++++++++
     26 Apr: A man accused of murdering a young father in Invercargill hasn't entered a plea in court today +++++++
     13 May: Construction work to prepare Otago's Corrections Facility for the transfer of high-security prisoners from Christchurch, has been delayed +++++++
     27 Apr: NASA is back in Wanaka and has brought another giant helium balloon with it +++++++
     26 Apr: A procession of cars slowly rolled through the streets of Bluff today -- delivering one of four teen victims of last week's fatal crash to his marae +++++++
     24 Apr: Police have released the name of the man who was killed on Don Street in Invercargill yesterday +++++++

     Lower South Island NewsLinks
      19 May: Weather: first significant snowfall of the year forecast as cold snap hits (NZ Herald)
      12 May: Auckland congestion charging will hit low income workers, councillor says (RadioNZ)
      4 Apr: Weather: snow possible in lower south island as front nears (NZ Herald)
      31 Dec: Fri, 31 Dec 2021: Omicron: south africa ends night-time curfew (RadioNZ)
      31 Dec: Fri, 31 Dec 2021: Omicron: south africa ends night-time curfew (BBCWorld)
      28 Dec: Tue, 28 Dec 2021: Summer deluge: parts of north island warned to brace for heavy rain, possible thunderstorms (NZ Herald)
      21 Dec: Tue, 21 Dec 2021: Up, up and away: severe northwesterly gales batter lower north island and south island (NZ Herald)
      21 Dec: Tue, 21 Dec 2021: Gale northwesterlies buffet wellington, gusts reach 133km/h (RadioNZ)
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