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    Schools and early childhood education centres remain closed

    Ninety four schools and 130 early childhood centres in the North Island will remain closed today with heavy rain and strong winds expected to cause havoc across much of the country.

  2. Video for Mansell whānau may lose home to flood

    Mansell whānau may lose home to flood

    Sonny Mansell's family is facing the possibility that their whānau homestead down College Road in Edgecumbe may never be lived in again. The house has been red stickered by the Whakatāne District Council. 

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    Pepi-pods for Edgecumbe whānau needing safe sleeping space for babies

    Twenty Pepi-Pods are being made available in the Eastern Bay of Plenty for Edgecumbe families unable to return to their homes and who need a safe space for their babies to sleep.

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    Community groups join forces to assist Edgecumbe residents

    Members of the community are being asked to join a clean up volunteer army to lend a hand to help the flood-stricken town of Edgecumbe.

  5. Video for Rereātea - Midday News Bytes 12 April 2017

    Rereātea- Midday News Bytes 12 April 2017

    Rereātea brings you the latest news live from the Māori Television newsroom.  Today Kimiora Kaire-Melbourne and Wikitoria Day take you through the top stories of the day. 

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    Eastern BOP residents urged to prepare for Cyclone Cook

    Residents in the Bay of Plenty are being warned to take all necessary precautions as heavy rain is expected from midday today. 

  7. Video for Edgecumbe whānau worried about second storm

    Edgecumbe whānau worried about second storm

    The Bay of Plenty region is forecast to receive up to 250mm of rain in the 48 hours from midday tomorrow. According to MetService, it's predicted that the coastal communities will be hit the hardest. Te Kāea followed two whānau who returned home today.

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    Upgraded State of Emergency declared in Bay of Plenty

    People can sign up for Bay of Plenty Civil Defence text alerts by texting the two letters for your area where you live to 2028.

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    Edgecumbe residents remain vigilant with severe weather expected

    The regional council expects the bulk of the rain is going to arrive Thursday and it looks like coastal communities are going to be hit the worst. Severe gales are also predicted along the coast which will likely lead to storm surges and flooding of coastal margins.  

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    More Edgecumbe residents to return home today

    More Edgecumbe residents are set to return home this morning. This includes homes in north Edgecumbe - College Road north of Rata Ave, with the access point being from West Bank Road. 

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