The Rescue Co-ordination Centre New Zealand is leading the search after the Twin Otter aircraft’s emergency locator transmitter was activated about 10 p.m. Tuesday. Weather is said to be hampering efforts to locate the plane, which is equipped with cold-weather survival gear. “It’s a pretty inaccessible spot. It’s on a plateau about 13,000 feet high,” rescue centre spokesman Steve Rendle said. The plane was travelling from the South Pole to an Italian base at Terra Nova Bay. The three… (www.torontosun.com) More...