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Recovery from extreme weather and natural disasters

The extreme weather events of early 2023 caused a lot of damage in communities across Tāmaki Makaurau. The Auckland Council-led Tāmaki Makaurau Recovery Office was established to coordinate the Auckland-wide repair and rebuild efforts on behalf of Auckland Council, New Zealand Government, community partners and stakeholders.

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We have added more recovery resources and information, including:

Details of a Mental Health Foundation wellbeing survey on the impacts of the 2023 weather events can be found at Help with mental health after a natural disaster.

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