Both Fire and Emergency and the police are at the scene towards the southern end of The Terrace.
Strong winds are expected to roll northwards over the South Island on Saturday, before moving onto the lower half of the North Island on Sunday morning.
Alex, 70 - who suffers from dementia - hadn't been seen since last night.
Wednesday's winner is the twelfth Powerball multi-millionaire of 2022 and comes just over a week after two players from Timaru and Auckland each won $7.3 million in Powerball First Division.
Two homes in Stokes Valley have been deemed unsafe to live in following weeks of torrential rain.
Police said the fight happened on the corner of Taranaki and Dixon St at 4am on Sunday.
Police have appealed for information from the public after the incident on Taranaki St at 8.50pm.
To date, 16 people have been prosecuted by police over criminal activity on the final day of the occupation.
Thirsty Liquor in Island Bay is the latest victim of a ram-raid, with thousands of dollars of damage done.
The event features performances ranging from the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, a drag classical crossover, and kaupapa Māori ensembles.
The Freedom and Rights Coalition protest did a loop from Auckland Domain and back, blocking both sides of SH1.
Wild weather saw widespread air travel disruption on Thursday and into today.
A war journal belonging to the owner's father was on board when it was dashed against the road near Eastbourne.
Wellingtonians could soon have a city-wide network of bike lanes but the proposal is still in its early stages.
Six sailings were cancelled on Thursday after metres-tall waves were seen lashing against a ferry crossing the Cook Strait.
Metservice says buses are being used to replace train services, transporting commuters between Wellington to Upper Hutt and Masterton.
Parts of the lower North Island are being hit by heavy rain and strong winds.
It was a rocky ride for some across the Cook Strait on Thursday.
The capital is being slammed by wind and rain.
Health Minister Andrew Little says more support and more facilities are coming.