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15 Dec 2019 22:03
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  •   Home > News > Accident and Emergency

    Greymouth businesses are holding out hope the train line will be open in the next few days

    Greymouth businesses are holding out hope the train line will be open in the next few days


    Omoto's State Highway 7 between Greymouth and Stillwater has reopened to one lane - after being closed for the past month because of a significant slip.

    But KiwiRail staff are still working to restore the rail link - aiming to have it open later this week.

    Grey District mayor, Tania Gibson, says it's been a tough ride for many.

    She says one business is down 70-thousand-dollars compared to last month, just because they're missing out on visitors passing through.

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     Other Accident and Emergency News
     15 Dec: A boat sailed across an Auckland motorway and stopped traffic earlier this evening
     15 Dec: Police have released the names of three more victims, killed in the Whakaari White Island eruption
     15 Dec: Navy and police divers are searching around Whakaari/ White Island for the two bodies that are still missing
     15 Dec: Thousands of dead fish have been seen washing up on an island in Auckland's Hauraki Gulf
     15 Dec: There's been a fatal house fire north of Gisborne
     15 Dec: One person's died following a crash in Canterbury
     14 Dec: A person's died in a crash on State Highway Six near Athol
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     Today's News

    Auckland:
    A boat sailed across an Auckland motorway and stopped traffic earlier this evening 21:57

    Law and Order:
    Police have released the names of three more victims, killed in the Whakaari White Island eruption 21:17

    Business:
    Lawyers for cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX customers demand founder Gerald Cotten's body be exhumed 20:47

    Golf:
    The USA have won golf's Presidents Cup in Melbourne thanks to a stellar performance on the final day. 18:57

    Basketball:
    After falling into an early hole, the Breakers have found their way back into their Australian basketball league game against the Adelaide 36ers in Auckland 18:37

    Rugby:
    Steve Hansen's confident his final outing as All Blacks coach won't affect his legacy 18:07

    Boxing:
    Cricket South Africa have confirmed former wicketkeeper Mark Boucher as their new head coach, in time for the Proteas' home test series against England starting on boxing day 17:47

    Law and Order:
    Two men have been charged with methamphetamine possession and supply 16:57

    Rugby:
    People 16:37

    Education:
    LSU quarterback Joe Burrow has won college football's Heisman Trophy 16:27


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