Northland police are appealing to the public to help find Amanda Semb, who was reported missing on 12 October.
The 35-year-old was last seen on 8 October leaving her central Whangārei address.
Both police and Amanda's family have concerns for her welfare and need to locate her to make sure she is safe.
Amanda has blonde hair, is around 160cm tall and of medium build.
Police are urging people who see Amanda to call them immediately on 111.
Or, if you have information on Amanda's whereabouts, you can call 105 and quote the file number 201012/3587.
(Photo from Northland Police Facebook).
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Whangārei has been offered $60m from central government to help build a conference and multi-events facility on the Hātea River waterfront.
We've put as much detail as possible, and a feedback form here:
Catering for functions, events and performances, the Oruku Conference and Multi-Events Centre would be able to host 1,000 people standing, 750 seated and 650 for banquet seating.
The entire project, including the centre, roading, wastewater and path upgrades, a boardwalk, seawall, plaza, ferry terminal and new bridge across the Hātea River could cost up to $123m.
We need to hear from you by 18 November 2021 about whether you’d like this project to go ahead or not. There’s a lot to weigh up - what do you think?