Auckland Emergency Management continues to monitor the impacts of Cyclone Gita-related storm conditions in the south of the country.
The first nationwide test for Emergency Mobile Alerts, led by the Ministry of Civil Defence and Emergency Management (MCDEM), was held on Sunday 26 November.
Emergency Mobile Alerts are a new way you can receive information about emergencies on your mobile phone
Get Ready Week, which runs from October 9 to 13, encourages Aucklanders to be aware of all the channels that will be used to broadcast messages during an emergency.
Getting to know your neighbours is a great way to help you be prepared for an emergency.
Get Ready Week is a great time to think about what you might do in an emergency. Ensuring you have access to a radio in an emergency is an easy way to make sure you are prepared.
Emergencies can happen anywhere, at any time.
Auckland Council and its council-controlled organisations are working closely with the government to assist in addressing issues associated with the pipeline rupture and resulting fuel challenges.
Auckland Civil Defence and Emergency Management has changed its name and is now known as Auckland Emergency Management.
The recent spate of soggy weather has led to several landslips across Auckland, from minor slips to large sections of cliff face that have given way.