With hot weather forecast for the long weekend and with people expected to head to the beaches, rivers and lakes in large numbers Water Safety New Zealand is urging everyone to ‘Respect the water’. “While we want everyone to get out and enjoy the waterways it’s so important that water safety is part of your preparations,” says CEO Jonty... Keep Reading
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The official 2018 calendar year drowning toll is down significantly on 2017 but the number of preventable fatalities involving people over the age of 45 is on the rise and Water Safety New Zealand (WSNZ) says it’s a growing trend. WSNZ has released it’s Drowning Prevention Report for 2018 in a new online interactive format w... Keep Reading