| New Zealand News | Monday May 7 2012 12:18
A date has been set for the inquest into the deaths of eight people aboard the fishing vessel the Easy Rider, which sank in Foveaux Strait.
It'll be held in Invercargill starting on June 6.
Chief Coroner Judge Neil MacLean will hear evidence from Police to determine the factual matters relating to the deaths of those who are missing.
The primary focus will be on those missing, however evidence will still be heard relating to those whose bodies were found.