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The flood-ravaged town of Wairoa is just weeks away from a decision on how the town will be protected from being inundated yet again.
Thunderstorms are expected to hit several parts of the country this evening, accompanied by rain.
Its been a week of tropical cyclones in the Pacific with two affecting the cooks and another storm system now lurking around Vanuatu. Audio
Tess Brunton updates the situation at Bluecliffs in Southland Audio
Tropical Cyclone Osai is the second cyclone in a week passing the Cook Islands, while there is an orange alert for parts of French Polynesia due to cyclone Nat.
The month of January saw some record breaking temperatures in parts of the country including Whakatanē, Whangaparāoa and Waikeria.
A new study shows people are still suffering adverse health effects from Gabrielle 12 months on. Audio
He said his car had been damaged in the Auckland floods, but it was actually damaged more than two weeks prior.
It's been a very different summer for businesses on the Coromandel compared to a year ago when a vital road was damaged and rendered impassable after storm events. State Highway 25 between Kopu and… Audio
Los Angeles' mayor has declared a state of emergency after six months of rain was forecast to fall in a single day.
It's set to be hot day at the Treaty Grounds, but further south not everyone is so lucky.
Much of the North Island will be warm and dry, with parts of Canterbury expected to see highs of 34.
MetService has issued an orange rain warning for Fiordland.
The biggest drivers affecting land use in Aotearoa in the next decade have been ranked by 280 leaders from agri-business, government and Māori business.
Hundreds of homes throughout the North Island are still without power after extensive damage caused by storms on Saturday night.
The West Coast Regional Council is reviewing its use of MetService weather forecasts in its hydrology and emergency planning after what has been dubbed two "over-estimated" rain warnings for the…
Storms and strong wind that caused power cuts and traffic snarls are expected to ease overnight between Saturday and Sunday, MetService says.
Several flights out of Wellington have been cancelled, delayed or diverted because of high winds.
A weekend weather "rollercoaster" is set to kick off with a downpours and wind warnings.
Today retired Hawkes Bay farmer Steve Wyn-Harris talks to Jesse about the big drought that was forecast for this summer season and how that's not been the case for many parts of the country. Audio