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The foundation from which we stand strong, together

Toka Tū Ake EQC is a New Zealand crown entity investing in natural disaster research to help communities reduce their risks, and providing home insurance to help communities get their lives back on track after an event.

Natural hazards where you live What we do

Toka Tū Ake EQC has adopted a new name to better represent the role our scheme plays in supporting New Zealanders.

Our new name reflects the whakapapa of our nation. Our land is constantly changing from earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, landslips and floods. Communities have lived alongside those perils for hundreds of years, and Māori have always believed the relationship and connection of people to land and nature is inseparable. 

 

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Toka Tū Ake EQC funds Volcano Van to bring free natural disaster education to Auckland schools

Tamariki in Tāmaki Makaurau have an exciting opportunity to learn about the fascinating volcanic landscape in which they live, through a free school program and with a vibrant new volcano-themed electric van.

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What you need to know about EQCover after Cyclone Gabrielle

Media release - information on EQCover claims after Cyclone Gabrielle

Scientist working on Settlment Fault, Catlins
Scientists fill knowledge gap for Catlins fault hazards

Scientists are uncovering more information about the Settlment Fault in the Catlins which is capable of producing large earthquakes.

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Toka Tū Ake EQC welcomes launch of NZCRS

Toka Tū Ake EQC Chief Executive Tina Mitchell has welcomed the launch of the New Zealand Claims Resolution Service, announced by Minister Duncan Webb this weekend.