Northland News & Events

Posted: Jan 18, 2023

Government support for flood-affected Gisborne Tairāwhiti farmers and growers

$100,000 made available to help coordinate efforts as farmers and growers recover from the heavy rain and subsequent flood damage across the Tairāwhiti region

Rural Communities Minister Damien O’Connor has classified this week’s Cyclone Hale that caused significant flood damage across the Tairāwhiti/Gisborne District as a medium-scale...
Posted: Aug 22, 2022

Mayor Relief Fund - Nelson-Tasman Floods

Following a government contribution of $200,000, the fund is now able to accept donations from the public.

Following a government contribution of $200,000, the fund is now able to accept donations from the public.

Posted: Aug 22, 2022

Support for storm stricken farmers in Top of South and Far North

Rural Communities Minister Damien O’Connor has classified severe weather that affected farmers and growers in the Top-of-the-South and the Far North District as a medium-scale adverse event, unlocking Government support

Rural Communities Minister Damien O’Connor has classified severe weather that affected farmers and growers in the Top-of-the-South and the Far North District as a medium-scale adverse event,...
Posted: Aug 21, 2022

Top of the South Flooding Event

Federated Farmers are looking for Surplus Feed

Flooding - Top of the South As you will be aware there has been severe damage to some areas in the top of the South Island with major flooding, farms still underwater and road closures...
Posted: Jul 12, 2022

Decision Tree for Flood Damaged Farms

DairyNZ has produced a flow chart to assist with farmers with flooded property

DairyNZ - Decision Tree for Flood Damaged Farms

Posted: Feb 25, 2022

Farm Business Continuity Planning

Having a business continuity plan is important for ensuring your farm can continue to operate as efficiently as possible during any unplanned disruption.

Posted: Feb 22, 2022

Flood recovery in Taranaki, Wairarapa and Waitomo Districts

An adverse event has been declared across the North Island in the aftermath of ex-tropical Cyclone Dovi.

Rural Communities Minister Damien O’Connor has classified severe weather that left a trail of damage across the North Island as a medium-scale adverse event. Photo Credit: Rural News
Posted: Feb 19, 2022

During and after a flood

Information and resources to help you deal with floods.

A flood can be devasting, affecting livestock, land and buildings. Here are tips on how to deal with post flooding. Call us now if you are unsure where to start - 0800 787 254

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