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  1. Video for Short-term assistance resumed for migrant workers – Peeni Henare
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    Short-term assistance resumed for migrant workers – Peeni Henare

    Civil Defence Minister Peeni says that the Government will continue to support stranded migrant workers.

  2. Video for Civil Defence Minister reflects on COVID-19 response
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    Civil Defence Minister reflects on COVID-19 response

    Civil Defence Minister Peeni Henare has been at the forefront of the Government's response to COVID-19.

  3. Video for $30mil to support local authorities, Civil Defence groups assisting those in need
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    $30mil to support local authorities, Civil Defence groups assisting those in need

    Interim CEO of Ngāpuhi, Te Ropu Poa believes the government has realised that "They can't do it by themselves and that iwi sit in a good position to get into those gaps."

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    Police urge public to stay home for Easter holidays

    Police Commissioner Andrew Coster has a simple message for those that want to leave town for Easter holidays. “They should change their plans immediately.”

  5. Video for Muriwai maunga protects worst affected tamariki from tsunami
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    Muriwai maunga protects worst affected tamariki from tsunami

    The small East Coast community of Muriwai will be one of the hardest hit regions in New Zealand if a tsunami occurred.

  6. Video for Kura teachers' tsunami plan: “Sit on rooftops and wait”
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    Kura teachers' tsunami plan: “Sit on rooftops and wait”

    A Gisborne kura kaupapa teacher is saying that should a tsunami hit their school, their only option is to sit on top of their classrooms and wait for the water to subside.

  7. Video for Rongowhakaata tsunami plan will save their most vulnerable whānau
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    Rongowhakaata tsunami plan will save their most vulnerable whānau

    Rongowhakaata have identified holes in the current emergency plans for the rohe. Current procedures do not have evacuation steps in place for kaumātua who live outside of cell-phone coverage and our hauā community.   To address this take, Tairawhiti iwi want to create an emergency protocol in the wake of Gisborne District Council’s tsunami report. Rongowhakaata Iwi Trust chair Moera Brown told Te Āo Māori News that two marae, Whakatō and Manutuke will be open to whanau when disasters come, “It’s just a matter of ensuring to give that support to the particular marae in respect of providing that service and resource.”  

  8. Video for Whakaari: Govt launch action plan and upgrade monitoring systems
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    Whakaari: Govt launch action plan and upgrade monitoring systems

    There appear to be more questions than answers when it comes to the Government recovery plan. As the questions continue, the coalition Government launched its plan to prepare the country for any unexpected disasters.

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    Five confirmed dead following Whakaari-White Is eruption

    Police have confirmed five people are dead following the eruption at Whakaari-White Island earlier today in the Bay of Plenty.

  10. Video for One fatality confirmed in Whakaari - White Island eruption
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    One fatality confirmed in Whakaari- White Island eruption

    Police have confirmed one fatality following an eruption on Whakaari - White Island earlier today, and based on the information they have, they say it is likely there are others.

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