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28 Jun 2022 6:25
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  •   Home > News > Environment

    Power continues to be restored on the East Coast - with just 17 customers set to be off overnight

    Power continues to be restored on the East Coast - with just 17 customers set to be off overnight


    However Eastland Network says they haven't made as much progress as they'd hoped in the Raupunga area.

    There's a major fault with multiple poles and wires down and no road access.

    The network says crews and equipment had been flown in by helicopter but the weather closed in and they had to get out before repairs were finished.

    Power will be out in this area overnight.

    Meanwhile State Highway Two Ormond to Opotiki and State Highway 35 Gisborne to Tologa Bay is now open.

    State Highway 35 Tolaga Bay to Potaka remains closed.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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