Edgecumbe families in urgent need of a home will now have a place to stay through new papakainga housing from the current government's Māori housing network.
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Kōkōhīnau Marae papakāinga opens
Māori Development Minister Nanaia Mahuta unveiled a commemorative plaque to mark the official opening of new Kōkōhīnau Marae papakāinga homes in Te Teko today.
Housing development to open for Edgecumbe flood victims
A new papakainga named Te Ara a Te Ururoa Flavell and made for victims of the 2017 Edgecumbe floods is set to open on Friday.
Team NZ share America's Cup with Edgecumbe community
A parade celebrating Team New Zealand and the America's Cup is underway in Edgecumbe.
Struggle continues for Edgecumbe residents six months after flood
Edgecumbe resident Lorraine Hale says her community is not satisfied by the independent report by Sir Michael Cullen into the April 7 floods and says the review hasn't answered the communities question
Report reveals Edgecumbe residents unaware of risks or evacuation plan
Knowledge of an evacuation plan was limited according to findings released from the independent Rangitaiki River Scheme Review Panel.
Rangitaiki River review findings released today
The Independent Review Panel has completed the report for the Rangitaiki River and the circumstances that led to the breach of a flood wall and associated flooding through the town of Edgecumbe on Thursday 6th April 2017.
Edgecumbe families start to return home
Some families have started to return to their homes in Edgecumbe, Bay of Plenty, following the devastating flood that hit their small township in April.
America's Cup to go on display in Edgecumbe
The Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron has confirmed that the America's Cup will go on display in the Eastern Bay of Plenty town of Edgecumbe on 9 October.
Native Affairs – Flood victims may sue council
Environment Bay of Plenty is facing a class action potentially bigger than the leaky homes crisis.