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Hunting industry requires domestic support - GAC, SCI, NZPHGA

New Zealand’s guided hunting industry has been severely impacted by COVID-19 and is appealing for support from domestic hunters looking for a unique hunting experience.

NZ rehab experts urge Kiwis to ease back into exercise

Active+, one of the country’s only 100% Kiwi owned physiotherapy and rehabilitation networks, is concerned that level two will see New Zealanders flooding back into gyms and sports too quickly in a bid to shift the lockdown pounds and regain their previous fitness levels.

Mt Ruapehu to open Sky Waka for sightseeing over Queen's Birthday weekend

An exciting update regarding the upcoming winter season - we’re hopeful of opening our first ski area on Mt Ruapehu in late June/early July. This will be dependent on a number of factors, including snowfall and the Alert Level restrictions that exist at the time.

Stop the spread, remember to check clean dry this duck hunting season - TRC

Now that the country is at COVID-19 Alert Level 2 and New Zealanders begin to venture out of their homes to enjoy the great outdoors, the duck hunting season will be open for business.

103 players share Strike $1m jackpot

103 players from all over New Zealand will be celebrating after each winning $10,363 in Saturday’s Strike Must Be Won draw.

The Strike Must Be Won jackpot of $1 million was not won by a single ticket and therefore rolled down to Division 2, where it was shared by the 103 players.

Be safe this duck shooting season - Firearms Safety Council

By Bill O’Leary, Firearms Safety Council of Aotearoa New Zealand (FSCANZ)

'Te Araroa trail is a great choice for Kiwis at Alert Level 2'

The vast majority of New Zealand’s national Te Araroa trail is once again walkable as of today, providing a golden opportunity for Kiwis to explore their own country while trails are quieter than normal.

7 days left to keep Footpaths for Feet - Living Streets

Super Short Submission Guide on the Accessible Streets Regulatory Package

Safety the priority for hunters under level 2

The Game Animal Council, Mountain Safety Council and New Zealand Deerstalkers Association are urging hunters to ‘play it safe’ when hunting resumes on public conservation land under COVID-19 Alert Level 2.

Canterbury Museum and Quake City to reopen tomorrow

Canterbury Museum and Quake City, its special exhibition telling stories from the Canterbury earthquakes, will reopen to the public tomorrow (Thursday 14 May).