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Five locations of interest in Hāwera have been announced.
Monday's wild weather is believed to have damaged the track, causing the derailment.
Whanganui will remain in the red setting until December 30.
Whanganui's mayor and MP have differing views on the framework.
The store owner thought the call informing her of the possible exposure was a prank.
"His actions were consistent with relative policy and both justified and lawful."
"Yesterday we said goodbye to people who came in for their last meal"
"We just need people to conserve, fix leaks, use water wisely and not be wasteful."
A large digger was seen pushing dirt and logs into the river.
"I've been through five of these now and I don't enjoy them at all."
Details around what level Whanganui will be in are expected by the end of the week.
Expectant mothers will now have to travel over an hour to give birth.
'The officer's actions lacked sound judgment and were inappropriate.'
"As an employer, it's one of the toughest things, letting a staff member go."
The DHB's plan for how local Covid cases will isolate isn't yet confirmed.
All DHB staff must have received at least one dose by this Tuesday.
PM Ardern says she felt a sense of urgency at Whanganui DHB to lift vaccinations.
The Prime Minister will support Whanganui vaccinators on Wednesday
'I don't think you'll see companies racing to get rid of staff if a mandate came along.'
"We're all very lucky it didn't get to that point, and we hope it never will."
The additional payment was made a month ago after a closed-doors meeting.
The event is the busiest day on the town's calendar each year.
The DHB has a four-step plan to respond to a Covid outbreak
Frontline health staff must have had one jab by October 30, or risk losing their jobs.
Iwi leaders talk about trying to lift Māori vaccination rates in Whanganui area
Chemical was released as a gas from a frozen container.
Mangaweka locals call for a vaccination clinic and it is on the way
Will the Government make vaccinations mandatory to bolster numbers?
Nanaia Mahuta says water reform has been on the government's agenda for four years.
The decision comes after it was revealed six dogs were injured last week.
Whanganui arborists find hidden treasure while removing cone from top of tree
The injuries come after the death of nine dogs at the track over the previous season.
Māori are more than 25 per cent behind Pākehā when it comes to Covid-19 vaccination.
Around 10 people have been evacuated from Pūtiki to a Civil Defence shelter
Roads around Whanganui are set to see a number of safety improvements.
Some schools are expecting increased absences due to 'Covid anxiety'.
The Whanganui DHB is over halfway to vaccinating the entire Whanganui population.