The remnants of Cyclone Fehi have cost insurers almost $38.5 million, the latest report from the Insurance Council of New Zealand (ICNZ) reveals.
On February 1, Cyclone Fehi ravaged New Zealand causing widespread wind damage and flooding in exposed coastal towns, resulting in Dunedin and Buller announcing states of emergency.
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