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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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    'When it's long and strong, get gone'- Whangara tsunami evacuees

    Whangara community play it safe with tsunami response plan following 7.3 and 8.1 earthquakes. 

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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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    ‘All the birds just left’ – the earthquake that forced people off the coasts this morning

    Kiwis evacuated on hills above their towns have been asked to wait for the tsunami alert all-clear - possibly as late as this afternoon.

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    Lower East Coast 'bumper to bumper' as they evacuate

    Now, evacuees have been told to wait for a tsunami all-clear.

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    Coastal flooding expected

    Coastal flooding is expected on both sides of Aotearoa due to an 8.1 magnitude quake that struck the Kermadec Islands before 9am this morning.

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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.

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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.

  10. 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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