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    The pause to the Trans-Tasman bubble is blow to South Island ski fields

    The pause to the Trans-Tasman bubble is blow to South Island ski fields


    Australians are no longer able to enter New Zealand quarantine-free, for at least the next 8 weeks.

    NZSki chief executive Paul Anderson says the length of the pause has come as a shock.

    He says it will result in a 30 to 40 percent reduction in revenue across Mt Hutt, Coronet and Remarkables for the rest of the season.

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