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    12,800 homes without power as storm hits upper North Island

    There are currently around 12,800 Auckland homes without power after severe weather hit the region overnight. 

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    NZDF secures international aid for relief efforts in Fiji

    The New Zealand Defence Force's P-3K2 Orion surveillance aircraft has assisted significantly in the relief efforts following the destruction caused by Cyclone Winston. 

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    UNICEF: Children in Fiji have "lost literally everything"

    An estimated 374,000 people, including 120,000 children are directly impacted by Cyclone Winston. 

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    UNICEF calls for New Zealanders to donate to Fiji

    UNICEF New Zealand has launched an emergency fundraising appeal to respond to the severe devastation caused by Tropical Cyclone Winston in Fiji.

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    UNICEF concerned for mothers and children across Fiji

    UNICEF is concerned about children, pregnant women and breast feeding mothers across Fiji as devastation from Cyclone Winston becomes more apparent.

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    Large swells prompt warning for Bay of Plenty

    The public are being asked to avoid waters along the east coast of the North Island over the next few days as big swells are expected to hit the coastline.

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    Native Affairs Summer Series – Kia Manu, Kia Ora

    In March last year, the East Coast of Aotearoa took a hammering as Cyclone Pam rampaged across the Pacific. But, it was over confidence on the water, not the bad weather, that created waves in the East Coast settlement of Mahia. 

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    Fierce wind and rain sends campers packing

    In contrast to the hot and sunny weather over Christmas, wind and rain has lashed Auckland and Northland on New Year's Eve and into today.

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    Māori whānau still urged to slip, slop, slap & wrap

    The sun is out which means spending time at the beach. But are you protecting yourself and your family from the suns deadly rays?

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    More than $400,000 given to Taranaki Farmers after floods

    The June 20 floods in the Taranaki area meant farmers were faced with repair bills. However, they are now being given access to more than $400,000 in additional relief funding.

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