Forty years on from the Erebus Disaster which claimed 257 lives, a former Attorney General says he has one real regret from that period.
In November 1979 an Air New Zealand sightseeing flight crashed into Mt Erebus in Antarctica.
Inquiries were launched: the first blaming the pilots while the second famously accused the airline of a coverup.0
As the anniversary approaches, a new podcast from RNZ and Stuff looks at the impact and aftermath of New Zealand's deadliest disaster.
Katy Gosset reports.
You can hear more about the story of the Erebus disaster in a new podcast from RNZ and Stuff.
White Silence is on the Podcasts and Series page at rnz.co.nz or go to Apple, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts, to subscribe.