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Archive for January, 2021

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Press Release – Auckland Business Chamber

Every New Zealander has to become a Climate Change advocate suggests Michael Barnett, CEO of the Auckland Business Chamber. We need to share the aspirations on how in the future we move people and freight, heat our homes, recycle, construct buildings, plant forests, and produce meat and dairy. Read more »

1 Case Of COVID-19 In Managed Isolation

Press Release – Ministry of Health

31 January 2021

There is one case of COVID-19 in managed isolation to report in New Zealand since our last media statement yesterday. Read more »

Buscomb And Tanner Claim Mile Honours At Entertaining Cooks Classic

Press Release – Athletics New Zealand

Few athletics venues in the world are as synonymous with the mile as Cooks Gardens in Whanganui, and Camille Buscomb and Sam Tanner lived up to that rich tradition by claiming the New Zealand Mile Championship titles on a historic night of action at the Cooks Classic. Read more »

Council Picks Favourites – Mangere Bridge Overlooked

Press Release – Malcolm Turner

Auckland Council is encouraging voter turnout in the Māngere-Ōtāhuhu by-election, but their decision to leave out Māngere Bridge in their Meet the Candidate events sends a clear message, says C&R candidate Malcolm Turner. Read more »

1 Case Of COVID-19 In Managed Isolation

Press Release – Ministry of Health

There is one case of COVID-19 in managed isolation to report in New Zealand since our last media statement yesterday. Read more »

Maritime Officers Pleased With Cup Spectators’ Behaviour

Press Release – Maritime New Zealand

Maritime Officers policing Auckland boat ramps and marinas during Prada Cup racing have been greatly encouraged by boaties’ attitudes to safety, particularly the carrying and wearing of life jackets. Read more »

COVID-19 Testing In Metro Auckland

Press Release – Northern Region Health Coordination Centre

Testing demand has significantly reduced at community testing centres (CTCs) across Auckland this afternoon.

Testing numbers have been high through the week; as at 5pm today there had been over 16,000 community tests from metro Auckland registered at the city’s laboratories since Sunday night. Read more »

Savvy Budget Decisions To Make Most Difference For Waikato

Press Release – Waikato Regional Council

Helping Waikato people retrofit their homes so they’re healthy is the only new programme of work Waikato Regional Council will seek public feedback on. Read more »

Statement On Ponant Ship Le Laperouse

Press Release – NZ Cruise Association

The New Zealand Cruise Association is shocked and quite simply bewildered to see that at the very last minute Immigration NZ has chosen to prevent the Ponant ship Le Laperouse from coming to New Zealand despite having the green light from the Ministry of Health. Read more »

Postponement Of South Auckland Concert ‘Waitangi Ki Manukau’

Press Release – Manukau Urban Maori Authority

After significant consultation with stakeholders, event partners Manukau Urban Māori Authority and Auckland Council have chosen to postpone Waitangi ki Manukau as a precautionary measure. Read more »

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