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    Police seek public's help to find runaway teen

    Central District Police are seeking the public's help to find 13-year-old Ebony Lynch-Reihana after she ran away from her caregiver's home in Whanganui on Sunday July 27. 

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    Native Affairs- Stranded

    Just two weeks ago, Whanganui and the lower North Island suffered their worst floods in recorded history.  

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    Rātana Pā residents report mysterious bang and jolt in the area

    Rātana Pā residents are trying to figure out the cause of a large bang and jolt felt in the area at around 10:30 last night.

  4. Video for Massive post-flood clean up continues in the lower North Is
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    Massive post-flood clean up continues in the lower North Is

    A massive clean up across the rural communities in Whanganui, Manawatū and Taranaki are underway following the flooding that hit the lower North Island over the weekend.

  5. Video for Native Affairs - Whanganui Flooding
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    Native Affairs- Whanganui Flooding

    The lower North Island has been devastated by record flooding over the weekend with hundreds being evacuated by civil defence and hundreds more fleeing the area.

  6. Video for Major clean-up underway following Whanganui floods
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    Major clean-up underway following Whanganui floods

    A major clean-up is underway in lower parts of the North Island following what the Horizon District Council says is the worst flood ever to hit the Whanganui River. 

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    Severe flooding in Whanganui and Rangitikei districts

    A state of emergency has been declared in the Whanganui and Rangitikei Districts and officials are saying it is the worst flooding the region has experienced in years.

  8. Video for Heavy flooding ravages through Whanganui
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    Heavy flooding ravages through Whanganui

    The Whanganui River has its largest flood ever recorded, following torrential rain that drenched the lower North Island.

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    Whānau hit the road to heal issues of suicide

    Five Māori families affected by suicide are participating in a unique project in which they will travel on a bus from marae to marae starting in Taranaki and ending in Cape Reinga.

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    Native Affairs- A Rousing End

    She was the queen of the shearing sheds, a world champion rousie with six titles.

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