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    Tamariki making 'life-saving' 111 calls

    Brave tamariki made more than 400 emergency 111 calls to St John in the 12 months ending March 2017 and 321 of them related to life-threatening and urgent situations such as cardiac arrest.

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    Native Affairs – Helping The Helpers

    A warning the impending Fire Service merger may increase trauma amongst first responders.

  3. Video for St John ambulance service receive extra $59.2m in funding
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    St John ambulance service receive extra $59.2m in funding

    St John ambulance officers will no longer be riding solo thanks to an extra $59.2mil that'll see its officers working in pairs. It'll also mean more than 400 extra ambulances on New Zealand roads.

  4. Video for Hero welcomed home after 1800km and $16K raised for Leukemia & Blood Cancer NZ
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    Hero welcomed home after 1800km and $16K raised for Leukemia & Blood Cancer NZ

    900 firefighters have raised more than 1.2 million dollars for Leukaemia & Blood Cancer New Zealand at this year's Firefighter Sky Tower Stair Challenge. Among the participants is Maaka Mckinney, a PTSD survivor who began his stair challenge 1800 kilometers away.

  5. Video for Marae band together to support flood-affected whānau
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    Marae band together to support flood-affected whānau

    As Cyclone Cook makes its way through the central North Island, many marae in the Eastern Bay of Plenty are banding together to offer support to whānau affected by the recent floods.

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    EBOP Communities remain isolated after floods

    Some rural communities around the Bay of Plenty still remain isolated three days after floods hit the region.

  7. Video for Cyclone Debbie causes distress across Aotearoa
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    Cyclone Debbie causes distress across Aotearoa

    Heavy rain has caused widespread flooding across the North Island forcing about 200 houses in two low-lying areas of Whanganui to evacuate before the river is predicted to hit record levels.

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    Schools, city closed due to wild QLD weather

    Rivers are already flooding in areas around South East Queensland as the tail of Cyclone Debbie hits hard, schools were closed following a late call this morning and Brisbane City has been closed since midday.

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    Northland tsunami siren network testing early April

    Tsunami sirens from Te Hapua to Mangawhai will be tested when daylight saving ends early next month. The 160-plus Northland sirens will sound on the morning of Sunday 02 April as part of regular twice-yearly checks to ensure they’re all working correctly.

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    Volunteer firefighters gather for National Waterways Challenge

    Nearly 200 volunteer firefighters from across the country have gathered in Whangarei for the National Waterways Challenge. Te Kāea caught the action on the first day of competition. The majority of the 200 firefighters gathered at the national event are volunteers.

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