The tornado that tore through Papatoetoe on June 19 is now New Zealand’s most expensive on record, Newshub reports. After more than six weeks, a lot of houses are still without roofs, and some even remain without power. More than 1600 claims have been lodged, the majority of them being home and contents. Preliminary figures show more than $32 million has been paid out by insurers.
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