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Towns Hit by Extreme Weather May Have to Move

New Zealand
July 11, 2007: New Zealand settlements being repeatedly hit by adverse weather conditions may have to consider moving, the Prime Minister has said.
A state of civil emergency was declared in the Far North yesterday after torrential rain and violent winds caused flooding and slips, before moving south and battering Auckland and Coromandel.

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