Interesting news about the icebergs and also that Aoraki has had a name change - at least from the hearld's either slack or racist point of view.
"Strong winds at Mt Cook have blown more than 50 icebergs down to the southern end of the Tasman Glacier Terminal Lake."
I suppose Mt Cook is in cooksland because it doesn't exist in this land anymore.
Deed of Settlement between the Crown and Ngai Tahu
SECTION 3: AORAKI/MOUNT COOK
A In the spirit of co-operation, compromise and good faith which has brought about the Settlement, and in special recognition of the significance of Aoraki/Mount Cook to Ngäi Tahu Whänui, the Crown wishes to restore to Te Rünanga title to Aoraki/Mount Cook.
B Te Rünanga in the same spirit wishes thereupon to make a gift to the Crown, on behalf of the people of New Zealand, of the title so restored in order that Aoraki/Mount Cook will remain and continue to be part of the National Park.
C As further recognition of the significance to Aoraki/Mount Cook to Ngäi Tahu Whänui, this Deed also provides for a Statutory Acknowledgement, Deed of Recognition, Topüni and Statutory Advisor role for Te Rünanga in relation to Aoraki/Mount Cook, and for the name of Mount Cook to be changed to Aoraki/ Mount Cook (my emphasis)
Footnote: I sent them a nice email and now the story on the website has been corrected. Good on you NZHearld.