Tuesday, May 27

Scientists warn New Zealand volcano may erupt

Mount Ruapehu: a constant source
of concern for those living in its
shadow. (AAP: John Cowpland/
NZPA, File photo)

New Zealand's largest active volcano, Mount Ruapehu in the North Island, has been showing signs of increased activity and scientists are warning it may erupt.

But up on the mountain tourism operators are not too concerned. They are more worried that the media reports have scared off visitors.
Meanwhile newspaper headlines in New Zealand are reading "Restless Ruapehu emits danger signs" and "Molten rock on the move".

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