Missing Irish woman turns up safe and well in New Zealand

Missing Irish woman turns up safe and well in New Zealand
A view of Mount Arthur in New Zealand.

An Irish woman who went missing in a New Zealand national park has turned up safe and well.

Police search and rescue teams had been trying to locate Siobhain Flynn after she went missing in the Mount Arthur area.

The 35-year-old normally lives in Melbourne.

It is believed she became separated from a family group of five people and was not seen since around 10am on Sunday morning.

However, she made her own way out of the national park and turned up a short time ago.


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