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Earthquake preparedness advice updated

11 Jun 2015

10:09 AM

The Ministry of Civil Defence & Emergency Management has published updated advice about how to prepare for earthquakes.

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More than 250,000 registered for New Zealand ShakeOut

11 Jun 2015

01:09 PM

More than 250,000 people have already registered to take part in New Zealand ShakeOut, our national earthquake drill.

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Revised National CDEM Plan

05 Jun 2015

11:09 AM

Civil Defence Minister Nikki Kaye announced today (Friday 5 June 2015) that Cabinet approved the new National Civil Defence Emergency Management Plan, which was given formal approval by the Governor General on 2 June 2015 and made as Order in Council.

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Get Ready to 'Get Thru' winter

25 May 2015

09:09 AM

With winter approaching the Ministry of Civil Defence & Emergency Management is using social media to help make sure New Zealanders are prepared. A series of tweets and facebook posts will be shared at the end of May to highlight the importance of learning about disasters, having a household emergency plan, having emergency survival items and preparing a getaway kit.

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e-Bulletin May 2015

20 May 2015

08:09 AM

The Ministry publishes e-Bulletin eight months a year to provide short, quick updates about civil defence emergency management (CDEM) and related information. It is for people in the CDEM sector and those with an interest in CDEM. This edition features a foreword from the Director, Wanaka earthquake tests QLDC systems, Tangimoana flood response put to the test, Bay of Plenty CDEM support oil spill response, Southland Lifeline Utilities Map viewer and more.

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e-Bulletin April 2015

22 Apr 2015

07:09 AM

The Ministry publishes e-Bulletin eight months a year to provide short, quick updates about civil defence emergency management (CDEM) and related information. It is for people in the CDEM sector and those with an interest in CDEM. This edition features a foreword from the Director, CDEM Group responses' to Cyclone Pam; Thanking those who Volunteer and Service; National Crisis Management Centre review, Neighbours Day Aotearoa celebrated, and more.

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Pacific Tsunami Warning System 50th Anniversary

17 Apr 2015

09:09 AM

The warning system which provides coordinated tsunami threat information to countries throughout the Pacific marks its 50th anniversary next week. New Zealand will play a part in an International Tsunami Symposium in Hawaii on April 20 and 21 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Pacific Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System (PTWS), and a subsequent meeting of the Intergovernmental Coordination Group (ICG) of the PTWS from 22-24 April.

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March 2015 Impact Magazine

30 Mar 2015

10:09 AM

Impact is published quarterly by the Ministry of Civil Defence & Emergency Management on topics of interest to the civil defence emergency management sector. The aim is to share information and lessons, and to celebrate successes. This edition features a foreword from the Minister; articles about flooding in Westport, Taranaki targets whanau resilience, new CDEM website for Hawke's Bay, Auckland CDEM helps swot Auckland fruit fly and more.

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MPI Fruit Fly response continues

25 Feb 2015

08:09 AM

The Ministry for Primary Industries is taking urgent action to eradicate the fruit fly population discovered in Auckland and is confident of success given the resources and expertise at its disposal.

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February 2015 e-Bulletin

20 Feb 2015

11:09 AM

The Ministry publishes e-Bulletin eight months a year to provide short, quick updates about civil defence emergency management (CDEM) and related information. It is for people in the CDEM sector and those with an interest in CDEM. This edition features a foreword from the Director, the NZ response to the Tongan volcanic eruption, Southland volunteer coordination, a mobile Emergency Operations Centre for Auckland and more.

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