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Thursday December 20
morning min 7
max 24 morning min 8
Morning cloud, then fine with
high cloud. Light winds.
Friday December 21
morning min 12
max 23 morning min 12
Rain about the headwaters,
and a few falls spreading E.
Northerly winds developing.
Saturday December 22
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Becoming fine. Northerlies dying
out at low levels, westerlies
about the tops abating.
Sunday December 23
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Fine. Winds becoming light at
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to jump clear
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Initial assistance request declined
The woman said the couple's initial
request for assistance with accommo-
dation and transport while she was in
hospital in Invercargill was declined by
After a second conversation, during
which they threatened to go to the media,
the company agreed to provide accommo-
dation and transport.
Mr Davies this week confirmed he was
concerned about the company's initial
handling of the situation.
The woman and her partner were foot
passengers on a sightseeing trip and say
mountain staff told them to jump from
the chairlift after the chair went around
Having never been on a chairlift, the
couple said they asked staff for help
They said they would not have lifted the
bar, let alone jumped, if the lift operator
had not told them to do so.
Both were injured. The woman's partner
ruptured his shoulder and was recently
diagnosed with a hernia thought to be
related to the incident.
The woman's injuries were so severe she
required two five-hour surgeries involv-
ing bone grafts to repair the damage.
The incident is still being investigated by
the Ministry of Business, Innovation and
Employment labour group, formerly the
The former dancer ventures out of her
home in a wheelchair on rare occasions.
She had resigned herself to the fact she
would be left with a prominent limp and
would be unable to wear her favourite
heels but she was hoping to be walking
''The pain is dreadful, I have bone
rubbing on bone,'' she said.
However, her specialist has told her it
would be at least another eight weeks
before she would be walking.
MAKING THE GRADE
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First day: Samuel Stanton started at
Arrowtown School on December 11.
Roast with the trimmings
Booth bash: Thirty-six Wakatipu youth tucked into roast chicken followed by pavlova, fresh fruit and cream to celebrate Christmas at the
Youth Booth on Friday night. Among those to roll their sleeves up with Wakatipu Youth Trust youth workers was trustee and ASB branch
manager Joel Peasey. The kids helped with the dishes. Trust team leader Poppie Gerber said the trust was delighted to be able to supply the
meal free of charge and was grateful for food vouchers donated by New World. The idea was to ensure that any youth in the community
who may not get to enjoy a traditional Christmas dinner did get that opportunity, she said.
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