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Wanganui District Council
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Aggravated robbery at Victoria Ave McDonalds - Wanganui Chronicle - Wanganui Chronicle News
Wanganui Police are investigating an aggravated robbery at McDonalds on Victoria Avenue this morning. - Wanganui Chronicle
Attempted robbery at Victoria Ave McDonalds - Wanganui Chronicle - Wanganui Chronicle News
McDonalds on Victoria Ave has been cordoned off after an attempted robbery at knife point earlier this morning. - Wanganui Chronicle
Rangitikei recovery begins - Wanganui Chronicle - Wanganui Chronicle News
Rangitikei is now moving into recovery mode but it could take months to fix the district's roading. Nearly 20 roads remained closed as slips and lifted roading are still prevalent - Wanganui Chronicle
City College helpout - Video - Wanganui Chronicle Videos
Wanganui's City College is helping clean up the streets in Putiki after the flooding.
*We have just been advised that the Dublin Street Bridge is definitely now open.
*The Durie Hill Elevator is closed due to a slip near the bottom of the elevator.
*No 3 Line in Wanganui East is only accesssible at the Kaimatira Road end.
*Whanganui Police are requesting community-organised clean up crews not enter the cordoned areas of Anzac Parade, Wanganui East and the central business district. Flooded areas are still being assessed and until...
Wanganui's clean up begins - Wanganui Chronicle - Wanganui Chronicle News
Wanganui will begin cleaning up today after the worst floods ever recorded. - Wanganui Chronicle
*Durie Hill School
*Kai Iwi School
*St Anne's School
*Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Te Atihaunui a Paparangi
*Wanganui City College
Wanganui Flooding - Video - Wanganui Chronicle Videos
Flooding of Wanganui CBD on Saturday and Sunday June 2015. Video Bevan Conley
Wanganui floods- the view from the sky - Wanganui Chronicle - Wanganui Chronicle News
On the ground it was a nice day and the sun shone for the first time in days. - Wanganui Chronicle
Civil defence advice for Wanganui - Wanganui Chronicle - Wanganui Chronicle News
At a Civil Defence briefing this morning, some advice was given for Wanganui residents dealing with the aftermath of yesterday's big floods: - Wanganui Chronicle
Wanganui's largest flood on record - Wanganui Chronicle - Wanganui Chronicle News
Wanganui residents are waking up to the city's biggest flood in recorded history. - Wanganui Chronicle
Wanganui District Council
Latest update on the weather event:Local emergency declaredMayor Annette Main has declared a local emergency for the Wanganui District. Mayor Main said the decision to declare was because river levels are expected to be higher than...
Thanks everyone, you guys rock! Sandbags all sorted.Volunteers to fill sandbags needed!If you can spare a hand for a couple of hours we need volunteers to fill sand bags. If you can go to Downers at 501 Heads Road and volunteer please.
IF YOU NEED HELP:
+If your property is at risk from floodwaters, slips, or sewage leaks, please contact Civil Defence on  3490001.
+If the danger is immediate please call the emergency services on 111.
+Evacuation centre is available at St Paul's Church, Guyton St [opposite the Wanganui District Council buildings].
Anzac Parade (to Purua Street)
Kakatea Valley Road
SH 4 Raetihi to Wanganui
SH 3 Bulls to Wanganui
Whanganui River Road
Rangitatau Road East
Tokomaru West Road
Flooding in Wanganui - Video - Wanganui Chronicle Videos
Raw video of flooding around Wanganui City. By Bevan Conley
School head devastated by car theft - Wanganui Chronicle - Wanganui Chronicle News
Aramoho School principal Deb Griffiths is devastated after the brazen theft of her car from the school carpark. - Wanganui Chronicle