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    House fire claims the lives of three people

    Three people have died following a house fire in Auckland overnight.

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    Police department violating human rights- Dakota medics

    Morton County Sheriff's department has blocked the northbound highway 1806 with razor wire, military vehicles and concrete blocks, violating the Geneva Convention by blocking  health and emergency services access to victims at the Oceti Sakowin camp at Standing Rock.

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    Native Affairs- Goose Bay evacuated

    Goose Bay residents are frantically evacuating their homes after being warned a dam built up by the recent earthquake could breach and threaten their community.

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    Long road to recovery for Kaikoura businesses

    The wait continues for some stranded locals and tourists trying to use inland route 70 in Kaikoura since the 7.8 earthquakes which struck the area and left thousands homeless. While some remain in Kaikoura to assist in its recovery some believe it could take years before businesses are back on track.

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    International fleet comes to the rescue of Kaikoura

    A huge demand for air-aid in the earthquake stricken area of Kaikoura has seen vessels from the international fleet divert from the 75th Royal New Zealand Navy celebrations to provide aid to the displaced.

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    Ngāi Tahu work with Civil Defence to provide relief

    Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu has teamed up with the Civil Defence service to provide emergency relief. One of those projects includes opening the doors to Takahanga Marae in Kaikoura and providing satellite phones to provide a means of communication.

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    St John and marae team up to save lives

    As part of the Three Steps initiative St John has launched a Marae Cardiac Arrest Programme today to better equip communities to respond to cardiac emergencies. Thirty marae throughout the country will get support training in CPR and access to defibrillators in an effort that aims to help save 500 lives each year.

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    Hokianga youth take part in emergency services programme

    Young people from Hokianga communities have jumped at the chance to build hands-on emergency services skills in a training programme that kicks off this weekend. 

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    Technical fault prevents callers reaching 111

    A technical fault with the 111 system prevented people reaching the emergency services line for over 40 minutes in the early hours of Sunday morning.

  10. Video for Parents angry following threat at Western Heights high school
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    Parents angry following threat at Western Heights high school

    Western Heights High school in Rotorua went into lockdown today after a threat was made to the school. The lockdown is now over but the incident has left some parents angry and confused.

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