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The lightning storm hit and power went out - the teams are assessing where the issue/s have happened and are working to get it sorted. It's already back on in some places. If your power is still out, please call the faults line: 0800 206 207. And remember to treat lines as live at all times. Thanks everyone. ...

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Rebecca HouiaOut again on Aberdeen Road..... apparently the generator is broken aswell

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Raeaana AtkinsonWhy hasn't Eastland Network given us update???

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Caroline RauPower back on in the Koranga

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Sandra MatthewsRere is back on now

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Lacey KerrYup mine's still out too. Neighbour said the generator going off around 3am woke him up. Whole streets out by the looks.

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Mark N MarieOurs is back on but all the lights in the house are dim dnt no why

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Carol Salt👍🏻Manutuke

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Edward James WarmanPower still isn't back to normal at Pilmer Rd.

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Robin GardnerStill out Makauri

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Katrina WorsnopCassia Randall

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Emmy GriffinMarie Reader

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Jason HurleyMatai O'Connor

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How many ships berth at Eastland Port each month? This easy-to-use graphic shows the number of log ships (grey), produce ships (black), and cruise ships (blue), that called in each month. 14 log ships in June! And the line along the top? Well that’s the hundreds of thousands of tonnes of produce (mainly logs) exported each month. As you can see, we’re busy making it happen and we’re loving it! ...

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Eastland Port deckhand Andrew Williams supervises transfer of the towline from the tug Waimata to the stern of the 17,000-tonne log ship Nord Yilan on approach to the port. While down on the previous month Eastland Port throughput figures for July remain solid despite weather-related delays in loading one ship.
In July 196,098 tonnes of wood was loaded onto 11 log vessels. It would have been 232,961 tonnes of wood had bad weather not kept one ship out of port as the month clicked over to August. Read more at www.eastland.nz/news/blog/
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