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Northland principal rural fire officer Myles Taylor says lighting fires in extreme conditions like this is stupid and ludicrous, and could cause a fire with catastrophic consequences. He encourages anyone who sees smoke to ring 111. Why do you think people are still lighting fires?
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The NZ Defence Force has moved into Northland to help with the water crisis and the Government will pay $2m to secure water in the Far North. Meanwhile, Whangārei residents are now on water restrictions and bores could run dry. Do you think it is right for Central Government to step in and help? … View moreThe NZ Defence Force has moved into Northland to help with the water crisis and the Government will pay $2m to secure water in the Far North. Meanwhile, Whangārei residents are now on water restrictions and bores could run dry. Do you think it is right for Central Government to step in and help? Or should councils, and ratepayers, be left to fend on their own?