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  •   Home > News > National >  Subscribe to NZCity's Lower South Island articles  Lower South Island
    The New Zealand women's cricket side have shared the responsibility as part of an 18-run victory over India in their stand-alone Twenty20 international at Queenstown
     9 February 2022
    The New Zealand women's cricket side have shared the responsibility as part of an 18-run victory over India in their stand-alone Twenty20 international at Queenstown
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    Blues coach Leon MacDonald expects to slot into their Queenstown base with ease this week for the opening rounds of Super Rugby Pacific
    8 Feb: Blues coach Leon MacDonald expects to slot into their Queenstown base with ease this week for the opening rounds of Super Rugby Pacific... more
    One person's died is a crash involving a dirt bike in Southland
    7 Feb: One person's died is a crash involving a dirt bike in Southland... more
    There's been a house fire in Invercargill
    6 Feb: There's been a house fire in Invercargill... more
    Super Rugby Pacific's night matches have been moved from Invercargill to Dunedin
    3 Feb: Super Rugby Pacific's night matches have been moved from Invercargill to Dunedin... more
    New Zealand Rugby will be watching intently later this morning as the Prime Minister reveals the country's re-opening plan
    3 Feb: New Zealand Rugby will be watching intently later this morning as the Prime Minister reveals the country's re-opening plan... more
    Police are still investigating a hit and run in Central Otago - where a cyclist was left seriously injured
    3 Feb: Police are still investigating a hit and run in Central Otago - where a cyclist was left seriously injured... more
    Quick Sports Summary
    2 Feb: Quick Sports Summary... more
    The prospect of a 15 dollar tourist levy for people visiting Stewart Island is still up in the air
    2 Feb: The prospect of a 15 dollar tourist levy for people visiting Stewart Island is still up in the air... more
    A scene examination continues at an Invercargill Centre Street property - after a shooting yesterday
    1 Feb: A scene examination continues at an Invercargill Centre Street property - after a shooting yesterday... more

     Most Popular Recent Lower South Island News
     13 Jun: Queenstown Police have spoken to multiple witnesses after a man was critically injured at a bar in the town on Sunday morning +++++++++++
     16 Jun: Queenstown-Lakes District mayor says pre-departure tests' use-by date is well and truly up +++++++++++
     15 Jun: Police are asking anyone with information about a blue Subaru thought to have been driven into Otago's Clutha River this week to come forward +++++++
     14 Jun: It's been another night of heavy rain and strong winds in many parts of the country +++++++
     24 Jun: Queenstown Airport has welcomed the arrival of its first international Air New Zealand flights in almost a year ++++++
     13 Jun: The South island passes are all closed, and Milford Sound and Karamea are cut off ++++++
     12 Jun: Specialist fire investigators will today head to the scene of a house fire in Queenstown.. that saw emergency crews rescue a person stuck on the balcony +++++

     Lower South Island NewsLinks
      11 Jun: Wild weather and storms expected until monday (RadioNZ)
      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)
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     Today's News

    Rugby:
    Ireland hooker Dan Sheehan believes his side can sweep the All Blacks in the three-test series starting tonight 11:39

    Netball:
    Marg Foster's mixed invitational team is hoping to topple the Silver Ferns later this month 11:39

    Politics:
    Sanna Marin has defied Vladimir Putin in joining NATO. It could be Finland's 'most important moment' 11:29

    Entertainment:
    Tommy Fury has been denied access to the US ahead of his planned fight with Jake Paul 11:21

    International:
    America is one week post-Roe. Here’s how abortion laws have changed across the country 11:19

    Accident and Emergency:
    Efforts to find a swimmer missing at Maruia Falls for over a week continue this weekend 11:09

    Accident and Emergency:
    A previously missing driver involved in a crash in the Bay of Plenty has been found safe and well 10:59

    Entertainment:
    Halsey has clapped back after fans allegedly left their concert after they voiced their concerns over the overturning of Roe v. Wade 10:51

    Entertainment:
    after rekindling their romance 10:21

    International:
    Snake Island was one of the first battlegrounds of Russia's Ukraine invasion. Now Kyiv has scored a key strategic victory 10:09

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