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Minister seeks changes in Civil Defence law

New Zealand Herald Thursday, 16 February 2017
Minister seeks changes in Civil Defence lawThe Civil Defence Minister says communication problems in this week's deadly Port Hills wildfires has highlighted the need for changes in the law governing emergencies.Gerry Brownlee has been critical about the lengthy delay by...
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News video: Chief Minister Raje flags off truck full of clothing for the needy

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Jaipur, Feb 21 (ANI): Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje flagged off a truck loaded with 50,000 clothes to be distributed among needy people. The chief minister appealed NGOs, religious institutions and other citizens that they should come forward to help the needy with clothing, toys, furniture and...

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