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  1. Video for Tower De Force for mental health awareness

    Tower De Force for mental health awareness

    Military and emergency response services have taken part in a Tour De Force multi-discipline challenge to raise funds for mental health awareness.

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    Thunderstorms and heavy rain warnings

    As the long weekend draws to an end, heavy rain warnings are in place around NZ and the heaviest falls expected in Eastern Bay of Plenty and the Gisborne Ranges.

  3. Video for Five die after crash in Taupō District

    Five die after crash in Taupō District

    A single-vehicle crash in the Taupō District this morning has claimed the lives of five people.

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    More than 500 people receive support following Chch attack

    Over $800,000 from the Victim Support has also been paid directly to victims and their families so far.

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    UPDATE: 21 remain in hospital following Chch attack

    It has been twelve days since the attack and a number of patients remain in critical condition.  Ongoing support for victims and the public is available.

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    Karakia today for three contractors killed at Pikowai

    Three men working for contracting firm Higgins were killed in a crash last month. They've been remembered as loving, loyal, cheeky and hard working.

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    Investigation underway after Kaitaia gun club goes up in flames

    The fire has been deemed suspicious after the building went up flames this morning. The incident comes after the PM announced reforms on NZ gun laws.

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    St John pushes for first aid to be compulsory in schools

    A pilot programme to teach lifesaving CPR to year nine and ten students is being piloted today at Christchurch Boys' High School.  The St John Ambulance service believes the skills should be taught at schools nationwide.

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    Kakanui drowning victims were brothers

    The names of the two men who died after gathering seafood at Kakanui, Otago on Tuesday have been named by police.

  10. Video for Marae want louder voice in Civil Defence national plan

    Marae want louder voice in Civil Defence national plan

    Many marae step-up and open their doors during emergencies but are only classed as spontaneous volunteers in response efforts despite helping the public in times of need.  Sir Mark Solomon says more funding should be available for marae at the coalface.

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