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    Search result for 'Taumarunui'  - articles 1-8 of 8 found:

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    Warm weather across the weekend's expected to stick around until midweek
    20 Jan 2020 :
    Warm weather across the weekend's expected to stick around until midweek read in new window
     

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    Last month was NIWA's second-warmest July on record
    10 Aug 2019 :
    Last month may have been NIWA's second-warmest July on record, but this weekend a Southern Ocean storm has unleashed 15m waves, hail, thunder, gales and snow in various parts of the country read in new window
     

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    More than a-million dollars has been paid out in settlements after last October's Taumarunui earthquake
    30 Jan 2019 :
    More than a-million dollars has been paid out in settlements after last October's Taumarunui earthquake read in new window
     

      4  
    Temperatures in parts of the country came close to 30 degrees today
    1 Jan 2019 :
    Temperatures in parts of the country came close to 30 degrees today read in new window
     

      5  
    Some Taumarunui residents didn't know about quake until reporters called from Wellington and Auckland
    30 Oct 2018 :
    Despite being the closest to the quake epicentre, some Taumarunui residents have said the first they knew of the shake was when reporters started calling from Auckland and Wellington read in new window
     

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    It's expected to be a blustery day for people in central parts of the country
    1 Jul 2018 :
    It's expected to be a blustery day for people in central parts of the country read in new window
     

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    People in western parts of the South Island and the lower North Island could be pelted by heavy rain today
    1 Jul 2018 :
    People in western parts of the South Island and the lower North Island could be pelted by heavy rain today read in new window
     

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    MetService has extended its heavy rain warning for Taranaki until 11pm
    18 Jun 2018 :
    MetService has extended its heavy rain warning for Taranaki until 11pm read in new window
     
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      22 Jan: Woman evicted from taumarunui property after renting out garage illegallyNZ Located
      2 Dec: Mon, 2 Dec 2019: Forgotten no more: $9.6 million to fund sealing of final part of sh43NZ Located
      2 Dec: Mon, 2 Dec 2019: Future of forgotten world highway sealed with $9.6m pgf investmentNZ Located
      29 Nov: Fri, 29 Nov 2019: Severe thunderstorms predicted for inland areas of hawke's bayNZ Located
      22 Nov: Fri, 22 Nov 2019: Forgotten highway remains closed as tourism season approachesNZ Located
      17 Sep: Tue, 17 Sep 2019: Landlord ordered to pay almost $6000 to tenants evicted after mould, damp complaintsNZ Located
      30 Jul: Tue, 30 Jul 2019: Tenants evicted after mould, damp complaints: 'we didn't want to be freezing and sick'NZ Located
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      27 Jul: Sat, 27 Jul 2019: Racing: john bary trio set for rotoruaNZ Located
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