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Emergency management news and events in Aotearoa New Zealand.

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Bravo IMT
06 Dec 2022

More help on the way for New South Wales flood response

A third Fire and Emergency incident management team, Team Charlie, has arrived in New South Wales to continue assisting with the significant flooding in the State this week.

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29 Nov 2022

Govt keeps AM on the air in Northland

Minister of Broadcasting and Media Willie Jackson and Minister for Emergency Management Kieran McAnulty today announced a $1.48 million package to fund the repair and replacement of three transmission masts in Northland to ensure AM radio can stay on air in the region.

Diastertracker
13 Oct 2022

Disaster preparedness survey results a wakeup call to Kiwis

Only two in five New Zealanders feel well prepared for a disaster, says the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), and this should be a wakeup call to Kiwis who risk leaving it too late.

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29 Jun 2022

Registrations open for ShakeOut’s tenth anniversary earthquake drill

Registrations are now open for New Zealand ShakeOut 2022, our national earthquake drill and tsunami hīkoi. You can sign up at www.shakeout.govt.nz.

GTFO
09 Jun 2022

Civil Defence campaign warns Kiwis to “Get The Flood Out!”

A new Civil Defence campaign promoting flood safety will urge Kiwis to Get The Flood Out as winter weather ramps up.

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20 May 2022

Don’t worry, it’s just a test – Emergency Mobile Alert nationwide test this Sunday

Early this Sunday evening there will be a phone alert you can’t ignore – but don’t worry, it’s just a test. This year’s nationwide test of the Emergency Mobile Alert system will take place on Sunday 22 May between 6-7pm

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12 May 2022

NZSL is essential to “Get Ready” for emergencies

Deaf people across Aotearoa New Zealand will now have access to comprehensive advice about emergency preparedness, with New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL) Week marking the launch of Get Ready in NZSL by the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) in partnership with Deaf Aotearoa.