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Civil Defence & Emergency
~ Ngā Whakahaere Whawhati Tata

civil defence

General Information

Emergencies and disasters can occur with little or no warning so it's important that everyone in the community prepares for such an event.

The priority of Civil Defence is public safety, reducing the loss of life and injury, and relieving the distress of those affected by the disaster. Civil Defence is often involved in localised events such as floods and storms, monitoring conditions throughout the troubled district, tracking weather patterns and keeping an overview to ensure safety.

 If a state of Civil Defence is in force, you must follow all instructions given by emergency services and civil defence.

Current Civil Defence Status

To find out about the current civil defence status click the blue button below.

CURRENT CIVIL DEFENCE STATUS

Are you prepared

Visit the websites of the Hawke's Bay Emergency Management Group website and Ministry of Civil Defence to and prepare for an emergency.

Educate yourself using the Hawke's Bay Emergency Management Group website and Ministry of Civil Defence website which contain important information.

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Hawke's Bay Emergency Management

www.hbemergency.govt.nz

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Ministry of Civil Defence & Emergency Management

www.civildefence.govt.nz

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