1. There may have been an eruption on Whakaari/White Island but no-one is sure  Stuff
  2. Whakaari/White Island may have erupted again - but no-one is sure  RNZ
  3. Whakaari/White Island: Volcanic ash emissions and strong gas detected  Rotorua Daily Post
  4. Scientists keep watch on Whakaari after ash and gas detected  RNZ
  5. Whakaari/White Island: Volcanic ash emissions and strong gas detecte  Rotorua Daily Post
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Large plumes of white steam could be seen from as far away as the Pāpāmoa hills over the weekend, prompting questions around whether an eruption had occurred.Large plumes of white steam could be seen from as far away as the Pāpāmoa hills over the weekend, prompting questions around whether an eruption had occurred.

Whakaari/White Island may have erupted again - but no-one is sure | RNZ News

A small batch of magma could explain the ash seen rising more than half a kilometre above Whakaari/White Island over the weekend. Ash emissions and a strA small batch of magma could explain the ash seen rising more than half a kilometre above Whakaari/White Island over the weekend. Ash emissions and a str

Did Whakaari/White Island erupt? Ash rises 600m above volcano

Scientists are keeping an eye on Whakaari/White Island after volcanic ash and strong gas has been detected in the crater..GNS...

SunLive - Ash and gas: Scientists keep watch on Whakaari - The Bay's News First

Small batch of magma moving into the shallow part of the volcano a likely explanation.Small batch of magma moving into the shallow part of the volcano a likely explanation.

Whakaari/White Island: Volcanic ash emissions and strong gas detected - NZ Herald