Only 10 days to go until the 2019 Emergency Mobile Alert nationwide test on 24 November!
EMAs allow you to quickly receive important information from relevant government agencies if there is a serious risk to your life, health or property. The upcoming test allows NZ Civil Defence to evaluate the system to ensure as many people as possible can receive alerts.
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🛬Update: Whakatāne Airport.
The airport remains OPEN for business but with restricted access for passengers, drop off and pick up. Flights are scheduled as normal. Security is in operation at the gate.
In this update, GeoNet advises that "the level of volcanic tremor continues to rise and there is medium likelihood of future eruptive activity in the next 24 hours. The Volcanic Alert Level remains at Level 3." Also, there is "an extremely low likelihood of any effects from the eruption on the mainland."
Visit getready.govt.nz for more information on more about ashfall and making preparations