Nga Take o Te Wa – Taking a look back at Cyclone Bola, Paul Sollit Interview

Cyclone Bola, one of the most damaging storms to hit New Zealand, struck Hawke’s Bay and Gisborne–East Cape in March 1988. The weather system slowed as it moved over the area, bringing torrential rain for more than three days.

Darylene speaks with Paul Sollit , one of the Ruatoria Civil Defence Management Team at the time of the cyclone

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