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Cnr Mangawhero Tce & Shannon St Ohakune,
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Heavy Snow Blankets Australia & New Zealand ©Treble Cone/Ben Skinner

Heavy Snow Blankets Australia & New Zealand

While Australia is picking up its fair share of powder this week, New Zealand is in the midst of a polar blast, del...

New Zealand Prepares to Open With More Than a Meter of Snow

NZ has up to a meter of pre-season powder already; resort openings start Saturday.

Southern Hemisphere skiing update

While some resorts are closing for the season others are reporting powder conditions.

Shaky start for Southern Hemisphere's skiers

Australia's ski season is underway, but New Zealand and South America are forced to postpone due to lack of snow.

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