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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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    Tsunami warning remains in place

    Tsunami warnings remain in place for coastal areas of New Zealand, following the 8.3 magnitude quake that hit Chile yesterday.

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    Māori and Pacific students set to help rebuild Vanuatu

    Seven Māori and Pacific students enrolled in the EIT trades programmes are preparing for what will be the trip of a lifetime.

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    Temperature records broken throughout NZ

    This month's freezing weather has eventuated in many temperature records around New Zealand. 

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    Roads closed due to heavy snow on the East Coast

    Heavy snow in Gisborne and surrounding areas has lead to various road closures. 

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    Cold weather hits North Island

    Here are some photos sent in from our followers of the unusual, cold weather that has hit their areas. 

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    Temperatures expected to drop in parts of North Island

    Temperatures have plummeted in the central North Island over the past few days, and it is expected to get even colder over the weekend. 

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    Police urge drivers to take care on icy roads

    Southern District Police are urging all motorists to take care while driving and to delay non-essential travel as much as possible. 

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    MetService says cold weather may get worse

    South Island residents have woken to another bitterly cold day and the weather may get worse, the MetService says.

  10. Video for Massive post-flood clean up continues in the lower North Is
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    Massive post-flood clean up continues in the lower North Is

    A massive clean up across the rural communities in Whanganui, Manawatū and Taranaki are underway following the flooding that hit the lower North Island over the weekend.

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