1. Surf Lifesaving seeking $455,000 from Auckland Council to extend patrol hours and guard more beaches  New Zealand Herald
  2. The common factor in the six drownings since Friday  Stuff
  3. Surf lifesavers call for extra funding after six people drown in one weekend  Stuff
  4. Spate of drownings leads to renewed call for surf life savers' funding boost  Newshub
  5. Two things could prevent fatal drownings. Why is New Zealand not doing them?  New Zealand Herald
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Six people have drowned in the Auckland region since last Friday.Six people have drowned in the Auckland region since last Friday.

Surf Lifesaving seeking $455,000 from Auckland Council to extend patrol hours and guard more beaches - NZ Herald

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As the country's drowning toll mounts rapidly, Auckland beachgoers want more lifeguards on duty - meanwhile, Surf Life Saving says it needs more money to cover more beaches.As the country's drowning toll mounts rapidly, Auckland beachgoers want more lifeguards on duty - meanwhile, Surf Life Saving says it needs more money to cover more beaches.

Spate of drownings leads to renewed call for life savers' funding boost | RNZ News

There were 32 total rescues by lifeguards in the coastal Waikato town on Saturday.There were 32 total rescues by lifeguards in the coastal Waikato town on Saturday.

Raglan lifeguards 'disappointed' after two mass rescues, thousands flock to beaches | Newshub

The unpatrolled beach at Tawharanui Regional Park where a person drowned yesterday is one of two beaches that will get paid lifeguards next summer if a funThe unpatrolled beach at Tawharanui Regional Park where a person drowned yesterday is one of two beaches that will get paid lifeguards next summer if a fun

Surf Lifesaving seeking $455,000 from Auckland Council