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    Independent review of Edgecumbe flood

    An independent review will be conducted in to the infrastructure and the circumstances that led to the breach of a flood wall and associated flooding through the town of Edgecumbe.

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    Insurance advice for those with uninhabitable homes in Edgecumbe

    The Insurance Council of New Zealand is advising people who have uninhabitable homes in Edgecumbe to contact their insurer directly for help with temporary accommodation. 

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    Some Edgecumbe residents to reoccupy homes today

    The Whakatāne District Council says residents from 46 properties in Edgecumbe will reoccupy their houses this morning. 

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    2,000 people evacuated from Edgecumbe

    Two thousand residents in the small riverside town of Edgecumbe in the Eastern Bay of Plenty are being evacuated. 

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    Cyclone Debbie: Whakatāne, Ruatoki, Edgecumbe bear the brunt

    The Eastern Bay of Plenty, including Whakatane and Ruatoki bore the brunt of the tail end of Cyclone Debbie. 

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    Whanganui river in Pipiriki expected to reach over 13 metres

    The Whanganui river at Pipiriki, 79kms inland from Whanganui, is expected to reach 13.3 meters by midnight tonight. 

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    Tail end of cyclone wreaks havoc across North Island

    Hundreds of people in Whanganui and Rangitikei have been evacuated as heavy rain causes widespread flooding in the districts. 

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    More wet weather expected throughout the country

    Further heavy rain is expected today and tomorrow throughout the country. 

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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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    Whānau Māori feels effects of Cyclone Debbie

    Cyclone Debbie is now a tropical low, though conditions are still very hazardous over far North Queensland, as it slowly tracks inland. Jass Adlam (Ngāpuhi, Te Ati Awa) and her whānau live in Mackay, one of the coastal towns that felt the brunt of the ex-tropical cyclone says the storm last night was a lot scarier. 

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