The gun salute will be fired at about 9.20am and will take less than nine minutes.
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Follow this 12 step plan to prepare for an emergency.
Prepare for an emergency by putting together some survival items or buy a Grab&Go kit, and stock up on drinking water.
You can sign up to receive emergency text alerts direct to your mobile phone.
Prepare for an earthquake by identifying a safe place to go to, having an emergency plan and survival items and keeping your insurance up to date.
Information about tsunamis, evacuation zones and what to do during a tsunami.
Wildfires are a serious risk in Wellington so there are restrictions in place all year round.
A free, one-day emergency skills training programme that will build resilient neighbourhoods and could help you save lives.
Wellington Region Emergency Management Office (WREMO), on behalf of the Council, can give you advice so that you can prepare for, respond to and recov...
This information is for children to understand and prepare for emergencies.
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