Metservice has forecast heavier falls in localised spots across the region on Sunday and Monday that could continue until the end of next week.
Auckland Council has issued a warrant to undertake the emergency partial demolition of the Probett Building at 3107 Great North Road, New Lynn.
Aucklanders have had a week of water-related issues and challenges, and have shown plenty of resilience and community spirit.
Significant localised flooding in West Auckland as a result of today’s heavy rainfall has seen a large-scale emergency response that will continue throughout the evening.
This week’s storm has restricted the treatment capacity of the city’s largest water treatment plant.
These holidays, take the time to make a family plan to get through an emergency.
Whether you are visiting Auckland, or venturing out to the coast, all of New Zealand’s coast line is at risk of tsunami at any time.
Auckland Civil Defence and Emergency Management is supporting an intensive three-month national earthquake and tsunami preparedness campaign.
People are being asked not to donate goods to the affected regions at this stage, as they pose serious logistical issues around transport, storage and distribution.
The 7.5 magnitude current earthquake near Culverden has got people thinking about what to do to be safe in the case of an emergency.