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  1. Video for Families return home after major flooding in South Island
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    Families return home after major flooding in South Island

    After spending the night in welfare centres, residents from more than 500 homes across the upper South Island have been able to return home today.

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    Serious flooding in Tokomaru Bay, homes evacuated

    Regular video conferences are being held with Emergency Management Minister Kiri Allan to ensure people are safe across the region.

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    Ashburton bridge to reclose for flood damage tests

    Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency will close the Ashburton River/Hakatere Bridge.

  4. Video for Closure and safety tests on Ashburton bridge cuts off main highway
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    Closure and safety tests on Ashburton bridge cuts off main highway

    Safety tests on Ashburton River/Hakatere Bridge are being conducted following flood damage.

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    Ashburton Bridge closed indefinitely after flood damage

    Ashburton District Council is assessing potential alternate routes around the bridge and council contractors are investigating the condition of the bridge.

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    Floods close roads overnight in Canterbury

    Seven major highways and roads in Canterbury are closed overnight.

  7. Video for Flood refugees housed in Te Poho o Hakatere
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    Flood refugees housed in Te Poho o Hakatere

    Māori dad relieved marae opens doors to whānau 

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    Residents warned- Ashburton sewage ponds flooding into Lake Hood

    Ashburton District residents are urged to avoid floodwaters due to sewage contamination.

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    Multiple districts evacuate as South Island continues to battle floods

    A state of emergency continues for Ashburton and Timaru, while other districts begin their evacuation procedures.

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    Tsunami warning downgraded: water activities not recommended

    The threat for a tsunami has been downgraded across Aotearoa.

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