Encouraging Whānau To Stay Home And Avoid Non-essential Travel

Jan. 30, 2023, 3:16 p.m.

Northland will be on high alert tonight with reports of possible thunder, flooding, and heavy downpours for most parts of the region. A weather warning has been issued from midnight tonight (31st of January) with new developments as it unfolds. Te Hiku Media CEO Peter-Lucas Jones encourages whānau to stay home, check on their loved ones and avoid non-essential travel if possible.

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