Annie was reported missing on Monday night.
"This should not have happened and I apologise to Bay of Plenty people who were affected."
A technical fault had some North Island residents in a tsunami panic overnight.
Creswell NZ received resource consent to expand its Otakiri Springs plant about 18 months ago.
Police say he suffered a medical event.
"The slogan is 'empowering tomorrow's women'. The shirts do not empower young women."
"Our staff are eager to get back to work."
They're crowdfunding to head to the High Court to stop it.
One month on, victims of the fatal Whakaari /White Island eruption are still requiring round-the-clock medical care.
They died at the scene.
Investigations continue, however.
"They're not related, it's just incidence gone wrong."
A scene examination is continuing.
"They have a lot of love for our lakes, a lot more than I was a young fella."
A man found critically injured at Waihi Beach died overnight.
They say the influx of visitors is sullying the sacred lake.
"People are scared about losing everything."
The police search has been called off, but that isn't stopping locals.
One lane has been re-opened.
Sixteen people have been confirmed dead following the eruption, with two unaccounted for.
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