Two Australian climbers fall to their deaths in New Zealand


WELLINGTON: Two Australian climbers have fallen to their deaths in New Zealand’s southern alps, police said Saturday. Stuart Jason Hollaway, 42, and his partner Dale Amanda Thistlethwaite, 35, from Melbourne, had been traveling and climbing in New Zealand for the past month. Hollaway was a highly respected and experienced mountain guide, police area commander Dave Gaskin said. The climbers were, found roped together, were believed to have fallen from near where they were camping close to the top of the 3,300-meter (10,800 feet) Mount Silberhorn early on December 29.



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