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    Auckland's Watercare dams are still 25% below their usual storage levels for this time of the year

    Auckland's Watercare dams are still 25% below their usual storage levels for this time of the year


    Storage levels at the moment are 59.5%, down on the average for this timer of the year of 85.8%.

    Aucklanders' are saving about 10 million litres a day more than the target set as Watercare aims to avoid summer shortages.

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