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    Bunnings has closed one of its Auckland stores over earthquake concerns

    Bunnings has closed one of its Auckland stores over earthquake concerns



    The Mt Roskill store will be temporarily shut following engineers' advice raising concerns around the seismic resilience of the store's car park.

    Bunnings New Zealand director Jacqui Coombes says staff will be redeployed to other stores.

    She says they're working with the landlord and engineers on the next steps.

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