Archive for September, 2020

Thank Nurses For Protecting Kiwis From COVID-19

Article – Monina Hernandez

Nurses deserve to be recognised and thanked by the public as Auckland moves to alert level 2 from 11:59 pm tonight while the rest of the country is now on alert level 1. Read more »

Netsky Debuts A Love Letter To Nz With His Official Music Video For Mixed Emotions With Montell2099

Press Release – 818 Entertainment

Belgian DJ and honorary Kiwi, Netsky, has just released the official music video for his track Mixed Emotions with kiwi producer Montell2099 ahead of the release of his album Second Nature due out on 30th October.  Read more »

It’s In! Temporary Strut Successfully Installed For Extra Lanes To Open

Press Release – NZ Transport Agency

Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency has successfully completed the complex overnight repair to temporarily fix the damaged strut on the Auckland Harbour Bridge, with work now underway to open an additional two lanes to traffic early this morning. Read more »

Chamber Election Report Outlines The Issues For Wellington Businesses

Press Release – Wellington Chamber Of Commerce

The Wellington Chamber of Commerce has released its 2020 Election Report ahead of the upcoming election, outlining the main issues facing the Wellington business community. Read more »

Optimism And Resilience – Results Of Our Business Sentiment Survey

Press Release – Thames Coromandel District Council


Thames Brewery has started a new chapter as The Stables

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Daikin’s Key Appointments And New Branch Reflects Industry Positivity

Press Release – Daikin

Leading heat pump company Daikin has appointed two new National Sales Managers and opened a new branch in Wellington on the back of continued industry-wide growth. Read more »

First Whangārei Fringe Festival Ready To Light Up The City’s Nooks And Crannies In October

Press Release – Whangarei Fringe Festival

The programme for Whangārei’s first Fringe Festival is now live, and sets the stage for an eclectic, entertaining 17 days when the festival kicks off on October 10. Read more »

The DHL Difference: DHL Giving Away $100,000 Of Shipping Credit To Small NZ Businesses

Press Release – DHL

The DHL Difference: DHL sees significant double digit increase in package deliveries during Covid-19

DHL Express, the world’s leading express service provider, is proud to continue its unrivalled and efficient logistics service throughout the effects of Covid-19 in New Zealand and across the world. Read more »

Bus And Ferry Demand Increases To Beat Motorway Congestion

Press Release – NZTA

Commuters on Auckland’s North Shore are starting to make better use of buses and ferries to beat the long queues of traffic travelling over the Auckland Harbour Bridge, but there’s still plenty of capacity available. Read more »

Dunedin Disability Community To Host ‘My Vote Counts’ General Election Forum

Press Release – Disabled Persons Assembly

Dunedin general election candidates will take part in a My Votes Count forum event on 29 September organised by the Dunedin and Districts Disabled Persons Assembly (DPA) alongside Disability Information Service, People First, Blind Citizens New Zealand Otago Network and Otago Deaf Society. Read more »

National Road Carriers Association Promotes Sir John Kirwan’s Mentemia Mental Health App To Drivers

Press Release – National Road Carriers

National Road Carriers Association (NRC) is working to help ease mental stress by partnering with Sir John Kirwan’s Mentemia to provide its mental health app to all those involved in the transport industry. Read more »

Crash On Southern Motorway Now Clear – Auckland City

Press Release – New Zealand Police

The earlier crash on the Auckland’s Southern Motorway, near the Khyber Pass Road off ramp, has now been cleared.

One person sustained moderate injuries. Read more »

Chamber Calls For Early Shift To Level 1

Press Release – Auckland Business Chamber

The latest Auckland Business Chamber survey shows the frustration small and medium sized businesses have over the extension of Level 2 restrictions stymying their recovery. Read more »

Three Lost Years Under Labour On Harbour Crossing

Press Release – New Zealand National Party

Labour’s incompetence at delivering on Transport infrastructure has meant three wasted years on progressing another Auckland harbour crossing, says National’s Transport spokesperson Chris Bishop. Read more »

No New Cases Of COVID-19

Press Release – Ministry of Health

There are no new cases of COVID-19 to report in New Zealand today.

There are 39 people isolating in the Auckland quarantine facility from the community, which includes 18 people who have tested positive for COVID-19 and their household contacts. Read more »

Incomes And Location Affect Childhood Vaccination In NZ

Press Release – University of Canterbury

Family wealth and geography are major factors determining childhood vaccination rates around New Zealand, according to new research. Read more »

The Leading Women At The ARL Table

Press Release – Auckland Rugby League

They’re the four women helping shape the future of the Auckland Rugby League.

Between them ARL Board Members Evelyn Brooker, Lynne Cameron and Karen Gibbons – along with ARL kaumatua kuia (elder) Cathy Friend QSM – boast decades of experience in rugby league administration and leadership. Read more »

Judith Vs Jacinda: The Questions That Should Asked Tonight

Press Release – New Zealand Taxpayers’ Union

The New Zealand Taxpayers’ Union has released a list of questions that should be asked at tonight’s TVNZ leaders’ debate – and at tonight’s separate finance debate in Queenstown. Read more »

Auckland Cannot Become A City Of Two Halves

Press Release – Road Transport Forum

Auckland cannot become a city of two halves because there is no infrastructure resilience, Road Transport Forum (RTF) chief executive Nick Leggett says. Read more »

Temporary Auckland Harbour Bridge Repair To Open More Lanes Starts Tonight

Press Release – NZTA

Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency will start work tonight on a complex and temporary repair to the damaged strut on the Auckland Harbour Bridge which has closed four lanes on the centre span. Read more »

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