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27 Feb 2020 16:38
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  •   Home > News > Environment

    Wild weather continues to batter the country - with extreme winds taking a toll in the capital

    Wild weather continues to batter the country - with extreme winds taking a toll in the capital


    Bus and train cancellations are likely in Wellington - with wind hitting a-hundred kilometres an hour, and toppled trees and some power outages.

    Elsewhere in the country, a group of people have been rescued unhurt after being trapped in a car by a falling tree near Hamilton airport.

    And in Auckland - motorists are being advised to take care crossing the Harbour Bridge - with strong gusts hitting the structure.

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