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    New papakāinga development to provide help for whānau in Edgecumbe

    A new papakāinga housing development in Edgecumbe will be used to help whānau who lost their homes in the floods in April, Māori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell and Building and Construction Minister Nick Smith have announced. 

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    Tauranga bikies to host charity ride for Edgecumbe

    A group of Bay of Plenty bikies will take to the road this weekend to rally funds for the SOS Edgecumbe charity ride. Tauranga Weekend Riders expect more than 200 others to cruise by their side and they’re extending the invite so more riders can take part in the cause.

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    No iwi representation on Edgecumbe's flood review panel

    The three-piece independent panel responsible for the review into last month’s flood of Edgecumbe will be void of iwi representation. Panel Chair Sir Michael Cullen says this is due to a conflict of interest.

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    Massage Therapists volunteer for Edgecumbe flood relief

    A group of Massage Therapists are volunteering their time to offer therapies to the recent flood affected people of the Edgecumbe area and the Emergency services workers involved. 

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    Native Affairs- Ngāti Awa Volunteer Army

    When the Edgecumbe flood struck last month Winnie and Simon Geddes went in search of the Civil Defence manual to find out how best to organise a volunteer army. They found nothing, so they worked late into the night to formulate an iwi based manual.

  6. Video for Edgecumbe Primary prepared for students' return
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    Edgecumbe Primary prepared for students' return

    Edgecumbe Primary has around 200 students on its roll and an estimated 90% of those students live in the flood zone.

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    Edgecumbe businesses welcome news of extra government funding

    Edgecumbe businesses have welcomed the news that an extra $700,000 will be made available to them by the government.  While some businesses have re-opened their doors in the township others have had to relocate. 

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    Edgecumbe community struggling to cope with damage after flooding

    As the cleanup operation continues in Edgecumbe, families and businesses are still coming to terms with the damage impacting their community due to recent flooding.

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    Extra $700,000 to go towards Edgecumbe businesses affected by flooding

    The Government has announced an extra $700,000 will be made available to support businesses affected by flooding in Edgecumbe.

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    Call for businesses to assist whānau in Edgecumbe

    As hundreds of families and volunteers in flood-stricken Edgecumbe work to clear houses of sodden furniture, ruined possessions and water damage, a call has gone out asking for more assistance. 

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