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Increased likelihood of flooding

Wednesday 21 September 2022 | Written by Matthew Littlewood | Published in Environment, National, Weather

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Increased likelihood of flooding
As the rain hosed down on Tuesday, a Te Aponga Uira (TAU) worker replaces a light fitting in Avarua. Photo: Rashneel Kumar/22092003

People living in low-lying areas should brace themselves for the likelihood of flooding in the coming months, as the Cook Islands is due to experience another La Nina season.

People living in low-lying areas should brace themselves for the likelihood of flooding in the coming months, as the Cook Islands is due to experience another La Nina season.


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