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Sun’s last rays
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Greymouth Star Nov 12
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Greymouth Star Nov 10
It was almost worth the rain for this
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Katie Milne Nov 8
FYI this spot before and after- different view though obviously. One on top of bridge, one at river level
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ODT Online Nov 8
Expensive dredging for Greymouth harbour
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WCRC Flood Warning Nov 8
The Grey River has gone through an alarm at 3415mm.Go to for more information
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MetService Nov 7
Arthurs Pass just clocked over 300mm of rain with this front - while Franz Josef just topped over 200mm ^GG
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Fire and EmergencyNZ Oct 30
Our Urban Search and Rescue personnel practice a rooftop rescue in Hokitika, during a simulated earthquake response at their annual exercise this week.
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Greymouth Star Oct 29
Squall moves in ...
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Greymouth Star Oct 21
Waves in the sky in Greymouth
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Phillip Dawson Oct 17
Hokitika Gorge, West Coast, New Zealand. - photo credit: Barny Young
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Southern Television Oct 18
Reefton distillery opens its doors to the public
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Alyson b Oct 12
Mount Cook with fresh snow as a backdrop to white capped waves in Greymouth.
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Andrew Thompson Oct 12
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NetHui Oct 10
These brilliant young minds have been joining in the conversations today at West Coast. We love hearing perspectives from all walks of life!
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Greymouth Star Oct 8
Rain’s coming ...
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West Coast Rugby Sep 20
Tomorrow we play for the prized Rundle Cup. This year marks 100 years since Corporal William Rundle's passing on the Somme battlefield in WWI. He was killed in action on 2 May 1918 & is resting in a British cemetery in Somme, France.
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jase Sep 15
Sun setting over the Grey River gap, from Dobson.
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Greymouth Star Sep 14
Another tough day in paradise
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Glacier Country NZ Sep 11
How glacier guides' outfits have changed over the past 100 years, as modelled by Anna Dennehy and Tash Goodwin. Anna and Tash are part of a group representing Glacier Country at the annual I-Site Conference held today at Shantytown in Greymouth. Tash say…
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