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    Far North's Bell's Produce feeling impacts of wild weather

    Far North locals say their region has felt the full effects of climate change this winter, and believe the weather will only get worse and more unpredictable.

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    TVNZ responds to racist weather backlash

    Racist backlash to a TVNZ weather presenter using te reo Māori place names during the channel’s flagship newscast, has been rebuked by the national broadcaste

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    Northland battered by severe weather, Kaitāia cut off

    The severe storms causing chaos in the South Island have now hit  Northland, with flooding cutting off Kaitāia from the rest of the country, and no possible detour in place.

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    1News weekend weather presenter promoting te reo Māori

    One News' new weekend weather presenter says she is doing it to share her love of te reo Māori.

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    Tornados and snow close roads, power knocked out in lower north island

    Severe weather is continuing to lash much of the country with strong winds seeing the speed lowered on Auckland’s harbour bridge, tornados wreaking havoc on homes in the lower north island and snow closing roads in the south island.

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    Gisborne to Napier: Councillors vote to restore rail

    Gisborne councillors have voiced their support for the reinstatement of a mothballed rail line, which could play an important role in the distribution of the region's goods if it gets the green light.

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    Heavy rain watch for Gisborne and Wairoa District, with up to 15mm per hr rainfall

    Credit / Tairāwhiti Contractors A heavy rain watch for Gisborne and Wairoa District has been issued for today through Tuesday and remains 'valid', says MetService

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    'Enormous tree' closes Tokomaru road

    Credit / Tairāwhiti Civil Defence More than 40 rural and other roads are still affected after heavy rain in Te Tairāwhiti, the local civil defence says.

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    Gisborne: A 'March worth of rain' in 7 hours

    Poverty Bay Flats area.  Credit / Tairāwhiti Civil Defence

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    4000 lightning strikes in one hour; Northland, Auckland residents urged to stay inside

    Residents in Tāmaki Makaurau and Northland are being urged to take shelter as thousands of lightning strikes and heavy rain blankets the region.

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