From STUFF…

Former Nazi solider Willi Huber’s legacy as one of the founding fathers of Canterbury’s Mt Hutt Ski Area will remain unless evidence of war crimes emerges.

Huber, who died on August 9, aged 98, has a ski trail and an alpine restaurant named after him and a plaque to recognise his work on the mountain. He also a member of the feared Waffen-SS during World War II.

petition calling for the removal of any “honouring legacy” to Huber at Mt Hutt was created on change.org on August 18. More than 4000 people have signed, as of Monday evening…

Read the full article on STUFF here.