Emergency management news and events in Aotearoa New Zealand.
World Tsunami Awareness Day: Five simple hacks that could save your life
On World Tsunami Awareness Day (Sunday 5 November) NEMA is urging Aotearoa New Zealand to take a few minutes to check their tsunami zone and get familiar with small actions that could make a big difference in an emergency.
ShakeOut, our national earthquake drill and tsuanmi hīkoi, is tomorrow!
ShakeOut, our national earthquake drill, and tsunami hīkoi is happening tomorrow at 9:30am, and there’s still time to sign up.
Geraldine earthquake a serious reminder to get ready for the big one
This morning’s 6.2 magnitude shake near Geraldine is a serious reminder that New Zealanders need to be prepared for a large earthquake, says the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA).
Almost half a million signed up with one month to go until ShakeOut!
The countdown is on! There’s just one month until NZ ShakeOut, our national earthquake drill and tsunami hīkoi.
2023 Edition of the New Zealand Critical Infrastructure: A National Vulnerability Assessment
The New Zealand Lifelines Council has released the 2023 Edition of the New Zealand Critical Infrastructure: A National Vulnerability Assessment.
Resilience Fund supporting Auckland Emergency Management’s flood and storm storybooks for tamariki
The grant provided to Auckland Emergency Management will support their multi-lingual storybook project in Hindi, Chinese, Samoan and Te Reo Māori.
Resilience Fund supporting tsunami evacuation research in Hawke’s Bay
The grant will support Hawke’s Bay Civil Defence Emergency Management Group’s research project, investigating the facilitators and barriers to effective tsunami evacuation.
Resilience Fund to support the final stages of Taranaki Emergency Management’s Needs Assessment Tool
Taranaki Emergency Management is one of eight successful recipients of the Civil Defence Emergency Management Resilience Fund grant this year.
Resilience Fund awards harness community expertise
Grass-roots projects to help communities respond to a large earthquake on the South Island’s Alpine Fault are among this year’s recipients of Civil Defence Emergency Management (CDEM) Resilience Fund grants.