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  •   Home > News > Local Politics

    Dunedin City Council Staff will be on standby overnight for any problems that come up, but they say the worst of the weather in the region has eased, and no further significant rain is forecast

    Dunedin City Council Staff will be on standby overnight for any problems that come up, but they say the worst of the weather in the region has eased, and no further significant rain is forecast


    Power has now been restored to the Middlemarch area, after it was lost about 2.30pm today.

    There's now also an emergency generator on standby at the Middlemarch sewerage scheme should any further power cuts occur.

    Middlemarch residents can now resume flushing their toilets.

    A water tanker is available at the Strath Taieri Community Hall for for locals wanting clean drinking water.

    Volunteers have now been stood down from sandbagging stations.

    Dunedin City Council says clean-up efforts begun today will continue tomorrow.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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