Govt keen for tougher adventure tourism rules after Whakaari
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The government wants to introduce tougher safety rules for adventure activity operators, in response to the deadly 2019 Whakaari eruption. Forty-seven people - most of them tourists - were on the island when it erupted and 22 were killed while others were seriously injured. Our reporter Samantha Gee has the story.
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