23 Oct 2014, LGNZ, New Zealand - gov
'Having hazard resilient communities requires in the first instance that our hazard management systems are themselves more resilient. This will be aided by being more strategically organised and focused, and our operational activities being more integrated, cohesive and ultimately, effective' says Taranaki Regional Council Chief Executive Basil Chamberlain....
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