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  1. Video for Unprecedented rainfall causes Rotorua flooding
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    Unprecedented rainfall causes Rotorua flooding

    Ngongotaha residents are picking up the pieces after an unprecedented 100mm of rainfall sparked a state of emergency yesterday and the evacuation of 30 homes. 

  2. Video for New $3mil civil defence building for Waikato
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    New $3mil civil defence building for Waikato

    A new civil defence building has been opened in Waikato for cases of emergency and has the capability of ensuring clear communication is spread throughout all regions during emergencies.

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    Orewa identified as most at-risk for tsunami

    The Auckland Council will be spending over $2mil to install tsunami sirens in Auckland's most at-risk coastal areas.  GNS Science has already identified four of the most at-risk areas on the North Shore.

  4. Video for Severe weather watch as Cyclone Gita heads to NZ
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    Severe weather watch as Cyclone Gita heads to NZ

    Civil Defence is warning people to prepare for Cyclone Gita which is forecast to hit the West Coast late tonight.

  5. Video for NZ emergency phone alert testing rolls out this weekend
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    NZ emergency phone alert testing rolls out this weekend

    New Zealanders can expect an emergency phone alert from Civil Defence on their cell phones this Sunday as part of a live nationwide testing regime for emergency alerts, and it's something New Zealanders can't opt out of.

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    Upcoming nationwide test for Emergency Mobile Alert

    Cellphone users are to be wary this Sunday during a nationwide test of the new Emergency Mobile Alert.

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    State of emergency lifted after Christchurch floods

    Christchurch Mayor Lianne Dalziel has this afternoon lifted the State of Emergency around flooding in Christchurch and Banks Peninsula.

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    Sate of emergency remains in place for Christchurch Timaru and Otago region

    Dunedin’s Mayor Dave Cull is calling for people to stay home unless it is absolutely essential and asking people who aren’t affected to please allow their services to get on and prioritise things.  

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    BOP tests natural disaster alerts including text, social media tools

    Text alerts, Facebook and the Red Cross hazard app were some of the alerting tools put to the test by Civil Defence this morning as part of a Bay of Plenty wide check. Vehicle mounted sirens were also tested in specific areas and fixed sirens in the eastern Bay. 

  10. Video for Native Affairs - Marae Emergency
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    Native Affairs- Marae Emergency

    When a disaster hits your town who do you turn to? Nowadays, it's marae heeding the call for help.

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