Eastern parts of the North Island are still being disrupted by slips, significant road damage and the after effects of floods. A local state of emergency for Tairāwhiti/Gisborne ended on Sunday shortly after noon. The removal of the state of emergency signals a shift from the response to the recovery phase. So for the latest on that Federated Farmers Meat and Wool Chair and East Coast farmer Toby Williams joins Mark Leishman on Round Up.
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- Federated Farmers CEO Is Saying Credit Where Credit Is Due When It Comes To How The New Government Is Focusing On Farmers And Farming – Terry Copeland Joins Mark Leishman On Round Up
- State Highway Two South Of Wairoa Is Down To One Lane As Work Continues To Clear A Slip Where A Person Was Killed And Another Seriously Injured In A Crash On Sunday
- A “New Era” For Energy In New Zealand Is Underway, With The Country’s Largest Solar Installation Now Generating Electricity