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    Extra $700,000 to go towards Edgecumbe businesses affected by flooding

    The Government has announced an extra $700,000 will be made available to support businesses affected by flooding in Edgecumbe.

  2. Video for Most Edgecumbe residents without insurance - Volunteer
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    Most Edgecumbe residents without insurance- Volunteer

    Over 100 volunteers are helping to clean up the Edgecumbe community following Cyclone Cook's aftermath. But as the water clears, one resident reveals her concerns. 

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    Call for businesses to assist whānau in Edgecumbe

    As hundreds of families and volunteers in flood-stricken Edgecumbe work to clear houses of sodden furniture, ruined possessions and water damage, a call has gone out asking for more assistance. 

  4. Video for Boil water notice remains for rural BOP communities post Cyclone Cook
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    Boil water notice remains for rural BOP communities post Cyclone Cook

    Rural areas in the Whakatāne district have been resilient following Cyclone Cook.  Multiple areas are under a boil water notice due to the risk of contamination.  In Taneatua and other towns, water tanks and porta-loos have also been provided for the residents by the local council.

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    Iwi step in to help flood victims

    Edgecumbe is in clean up mode as more residents return home.  The first lot of volunteers gave a helping hand to those cleaning their homes.  The initiative between Ngāti Awa, Regional Councils and local groups had 80 volunteers help out in Edgecumbe today.

  6. Video for Waiariki clean up begins post cyclone
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    Waiariki clean up begins post cyclone

    The aftermath of Cyclone Cook has left 15,000 customers in the Hawkes Bay without power. Drinking water and water waste systems in Whakatāne have been seriously affected and the majority of the Central North Island have road blockages caused by fallen trees and power poles, but spirits are still high as Edgecumbe residents are now able to move back into their homes and the clean-up begins.

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    More Edgecumbe residents to go home today

    Whānau from 216 properties in Edgecumbe will be able to return to their homes at midday today. Some will stay for good. 

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    Communities resilient despite impact of cyclone

    In a media briefing in Whakatane this morning, mayor Tony Bonne said community spirit got the district through what was a frightening night.

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    Daybreak to reveal extent of damage in Eastern BOP

    The Bay of Plenty, in particular, Whakatāne and surrounding areas, received a thrashing overnight as Cyclone Cook left thousands without power, and caused significant swells and slips, leaving large trees scattered across roads. 

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    Coromandel residents brace themselves for Cyclone Cook

    Cyclone Cook is gathering strength and has made landfall in the central North Island. 

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