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Media Releases 2014

PDF-ICON Firearms – MSC warns East Cape spotlighters to follow rules, June, 2014
East Cape spotlighters are warned to follow the rules or risk injury, prosecution or even death.
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PDF-ICON Firearms – MSC warns Southland spotlighters to follow rules, June, 2014
Southland spotlighters are warned to follow the rules or risk injury, prosecution or even death.
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PDF-ICON Avalanche – New Zealand's avalanche experts already at work, May, 2014
The first major snow fall of winter has given the New Zealand Mountain Safety Council's Avalanche Forecasters plenty of work to do as they get ready for the fast approaching season.
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PDF-ICON River Safety – Don't underestimate the dangers associated with rivers, May, 2014
The recent tragic tramping incident on the Milford Track in Fiordland highlights the need for all trampers to take extreme care when encountering rivers.
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PDF-ICON Firearms – Duck hunters urged to check their firing zone, April, 2014
Duck shooting season opens on Saturday May 3, and hunters are urged to check their firing zones before they begin shooting.
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PDF-ICON Firearms – Hunters told 'No Meat is Better than No Mate' this roar, March, 2014
The Mountain Safety Council urges all hunters to think twice before pulling the trigger
this roar.
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