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Hawke's Bay Māori are grappling with huge decisions in the wake of the Government's proposed buyout of cyclone-hit homes most at risk of being flooded again.
Iwi and hapū had difficult conversations ahead with whanau about whether they leave their cultural roots behind or risk their lives holding down the ahi ka.
A dour mood hung above this year's Stormwater New Zealand Conference, as attendees reflected on months of flooding and severe weather.
"I need to apologise in advance for any recent trauma that this presentation might trigger," Auckland Council's Nick Brown said before playing a montage of the flood's most destructive moments.
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This year we will be at Tākina, Wellington’s new Convention and Exhibition Centre, 17 – 19 October 2023.
We work with partners and use the extensive knowledge within our membership to provide training and development opportunities across a wide range of skill sets and careers. These training opportunities are a popular means for water sector professionals to grow their understanding of the water sector and the opportunities available.