Tauranga woman Rebekah Storey, 29, hasn't been seen since Wednesday, September 9.
Emergency services and a helicopter are on-site.
Nina has printed a thousand copies and has made nearly $6000 so far.
"COVID has been a strong catalyst for many people to make the leap they’ve been talking about for years."
The COVID-19 alert level change has seen Gisborne's sewerage system come under intense pressure.
A Salvation Army analyst said he is expecting things to get worse before they get better.
The Forest Owners Association has apologised and said the industry is committed to cleaning the beach and owners will pay for it, not ratepayers.
Roads are still treacherous in the Gisborne and East Coast regions after weekend flooding.
"The most important message this morning is to stay off the roads."
The Maxwell whānau hope their story will ensure greater consideration for tikanga tangihanga in times of crisis.
Gisborne District Council says it is investigating.
The death occurred while crew were securing logs to a ship's deck.
Nearly 10,000 people have reported feeling the quake.
Forestry may be back but for many others it is a waiting game to see if employers will keep them on when the subsidy cash runs out.
The child was tragically found by a family member.
"Black lives matter and so do Māori," was written on the front of the statue's base.
The Government has earmarked $700 million to help the primary sector pay for the changes.
Two others are also taking home a good chunk of cash.