New Zealand police continue search for Irish woman

New Zealand police continue search for Irish woman
A view of Mount Arthur in New Zealand.

Police search and rescue teams are continuing with their efforts to locate a missing Irish woman in a national park in New Zealand.

35-year-old Siobhan Flynn, who normally lives in Melbourne, was with a family group of five people in the area of Mount Arthur.

It is believed the group became separated and Ms Flynn has not been seen since around 10am on Sunday.

An entry in a hut log book suggests Ms Flynn had suffered an accident and then met up with an American woman, but has not been seen since.

Police have launched an urgent appeal for information.


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