Archive for August, 2020

Auckland’s First Rhythm Cycling Studio Has Real Community Spirit

Press Release – Westward Cycle

With a brand new flagship studio ready to open, Auckland’s only rhythm cycling provider Westward Cycle is inviting the community to come along and see what they have to offer at a special launch this weekend. Read more »

No Rehab And Little Chance Of Appeal For The Christchurch Terrorist Jailed For Life Without Parole

Article – The Conversation

No rehab and little chance of appeal for the Christchurch terrorist jailed for life without parole

Kris Gledhill, Auckland University of Technology Read more »

What Do Students Need In The Age Of Lockdown Learning? Early Lessons From NZ’s Online Frontline

Article – The Conversation

What do students need in the age of lockdown learning? Early lessons from New Zealand’s online frontline

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COVID-19 Impacts On Porirua Businesses Ongoing

Press Release – Porirua Chamber of Commerce

Results from the recent Central New Zealand business confidence survey reveals that Porirua businesses are feeling optimistic about their own businesses, but concerns remain about the national outlook says the Porirua Chamber of Commerce. Read more »

Future Development Site In Newmarket Shouts Opportunity

Press Release – Bayleys Realty Group

One of the last remaining underdeveloped sites with scale and intensive zoning credentials in the central Newmarket precinct, has been placed on the market for sale. Read more »

Campervan Operator Travellers Autobarn Creates Alliance With NZ Ski & Others

Press Release – Travellers Autobarn

Travellers Autobarn is proud to announce its partnership with NZ Ski & other adventure partners to provide real savings to its customers in New Zealand. Read more »

Research Highlights Lack Of Female Leadership In The NZ Horticulture Industry

Press Release – Women in Horticulture

Auckland, 31 August 2020: Research commissioned by industry collective Women in Horticulture shows significant gender disparity amongst senior roles in New Zealand’s horticulture industry. Read more »

Ratepayers Deserve The Right To Fire Their Representatives

Opinion – New Zealand Taxpayers’ Union

This op-ed is written by Taxpayers’ Union Co-Founder Jordan Williams. Future op-eds may be sent to a limited media list. Please reply to this email if you would like to receive our future op-eds. Read more »

30-year Plan To Build New Schools And Classrooms

Press Release – New Zealand National Party

National will continue our aim of giving every New Zealand child the opportunity to succeed through education by committing $4.8 billion in new spending to school infrastructure. Read more »

9 New Cases Of COVID-19

Press Release – Ministry of Health

There are nine new cases of COVID-19 to report in New Zealand today.

Four are in MIQ and five are in the community. Read more »

Mayor Goff Urges People To Follow The Rules As Auckland Moves To Level 2

Press Release – Auckland Council

Mayor Phil Goff is today reminding Aucklanders that the length of time the city is in COVID-19 Alert Level 2 depends on how well the rules are followed. Read more »

ACC Investment An Endorsement For Community Housing Sector

Press Release – Community Housing Aotearoa

The community housing sector hopes the Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC)’s involvement in a new partnership to fund, build and manage 100 new homes will encourage other investors to back community housing initiatives. Read more »

Hospitality Industry Needs To Help Itself Before More Handouts

Press Release – Unite Union

Hospitality businesses need to do their bit to prevent future Covid19 outbreaks by providing sick leave for their workers before asking for more government handouts says Unite Union. With many Auckland hospitality businesses re-opening today under Level 2.5 workers will be going back to work sick because they have no other option according to Unite Union. Read more »

PINK Up Your Pace For A Pink Ribbon Walk – Sign Up Now!

Press Release – NZ Breast Cancer Foundation

Grab your pals, put on your pinkest outfit, and walk for the ones you love – Pink Ribbon Walks are once again hitting pavements around the country this October and November, and early bird tickets are selling out fast! Read more »

Update On Auckland League Activity Permitted Under Level 2

Press Release – Auckland Rugby League

After careful consideration and development of Return to Training Guidelines, the Auckland Rugby League will allow its clubs to return to training from Monday, August 31 provided they can adhere to the mandatory requirements in place. Read more »

Prostate Cancer Foundation Challenges Kiwis To Make This The Biggest Blue September Yet!

Press Release – Prostate Cancer Foundation

It has never been more imperative for Kiwis to ‘go blue’ this Blue September to join the fight and raise funds for the special men in our lives – our mates, father, brothers, uncles and grandfathers. Read more »

NZIST Deficit Shows Govt Shouldn’t Be Pushing Ahead

Press Release – New Zealand National Party

The New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology (NZIST) is moving faster towards full amalgamation than was first anticipated to cover up its large deficit, National’s Tertiary Education spokesperson Simeon Brown says. Read more »

West Auckland to benefit from new endoscopy clinic

Press Release – Porter Novelli

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New Boardwalk The Next Step In Preservation Of Maungawhau Mt Eden

Press Release – Tupuna Maunga Authority

One of the most iconic and culturally important landmarks in Tāmaki Makaurau has a new feature, and it’s a game changer in more ways than one. Read more »

Restaurant Month Cooks Up An Extension After Lockdown Halt

Press Release – Auckland Heart of the City

Heart of the City has announced an extension to Auckland Restaurant Month 2020 in a move designed to support the city centre’s hospitality industry after the latest COVID-19 restrictions. Read more »

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