A number of schools and early learning centres in the Eastern Bay of Plenty will remain closed tomorrow due to damage caused by recent flooding.
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The aftermath of the severe wet weather has kept 29 schools and 38 ECEs across the North Island closed today.
Flooding has this afternoon closed more schools and early learning centres, and has now affected 10,817 school students and 1,814 pre-schoolers.
Flooding has today closed 47 schools and 21 early learning services across the North Island, affecting 5875 school students and 709 pre-schoolers.
The severe wet weather has today closed 103 schools and 92 ECEs across the North Island, affecting 13,725 school students and 3,895 pre-schoolers.
The severe wet weather has now closed 89 schools and 84 early learning centres across the North Island, affecting 12,500 school students and 3,400 pre-schoolers
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Heavy rain forecast could mean schools and ECEs closed because of flooding.
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