Auckland — Auckland Civil Defence has issued a tsunami warning for Auckland coastlines.
Auckland City — More than $1 million worth of brand new, earthquake salvaged furniture, electronics and appliances will go under the hammer in the first stock clearance auction from the aftermath of the Canterbury earthquake.
Auckland City — “Christchurch needs our support in the wake of the earthquake, but the law that was passed a fortnight ago goes too far and is open to an abuse of power” says Alex Penk, Policy and Research Manager at Maxim Institute.
Papakura — Figures released last week show that 15 per cent of New Zealanders have an emergency plan or enough food and water to survive for three days.
Auckland — Ports of Auckland has evacuated all commercial vessels from the Waitemata seaport to deep harbour following a tsunami alert from the Ministry of Civil Defence.
Auckland — Expected arrival in Auckland (North Head) is 1052hrs (NZDT) today.
Auckland City — As many as 25 Auckland bands and musicians are donating their talents to a musical event that’s raising funds for UNICEF’s emergency relief effort in Haiti.
North Shore City — The recent tsunami alerts - and the devastation in the Samoas and Tonga - have delivered a very powerful reminder that we are all vulnerable to a natural disaster, says the North Shore City Council.
Manukau City — Manukau Mayor Len Brown says the thoughts of the people of Manukau are with the families and the people of the nations affected by this morning’s earthquake and tsunami in the pacific.
Auckland — Councillor Derek Battersby, Chair of the Auckland Region Civil Defence Emergency Management Group is urging Aucklanders to take a few simple steps to be prepared in case of a disaster.
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