Archive for February, 2021

Safety Improvement Work Switches To Day Shifts To Take Advantage Of Reduced Traffic Under COVID-19 Lockdown

Press Release – NZ Transport Agency

Construction workers on two sections of State Highway 1 through the Dome Valley north of Warkworth are switching from night shifts to work during the day this week to take advantage of reduced traffic flows during the COVID-19 lockdown. Read more »

1 Further COVID-19 Community Case; Already In Quarantine And Linked To Auckland Cluster

Press Release – Ministry of Health

A further person linked to the Auckland February cluster, who is already in the Auckland quarantine facility, has tested positive for COVID-19. Read more »

Police Encouraged By The Response To Alert Level Changes

Press Release – New Zealand Police

Police would like to thank the public for their patience and cooperation on the first day of checkpoints across the Auckland region under Alert Level 3 restrictions. Read more »

Auckland Arts Festival 2021 Alert Level 3 Covid Update

Press Release – Auckland Arts Festival

The Auckland Arts Festival/Te Ahurei Toi o Tāmaki (AAF) team is working through the implications of Auckland’s return to lockdown for its 2021 programme, following the announcement that Tāmaki Makaurau would enter Alert Level 3 at 6am this morning, Sunday 28 February. Read more »

Auckland Lantern Festival Cancelled

Press Release – Auckland Unlimited

Following last night’s announcement that Auckland will be at Alert Level 3 until 6 March, the 2021 Auckland Lantern Festival has been cancelled. Read more »

36th America’s Cup Match Covid19 Restrictions Update

Press Release – America’s Cup

First weekend of the America’s Cup Match postponed.

In light of the latest Auckland COVID-19 Level 3 lockdown put in place by the Government from 6am this morning for the next 7 days, America’s Cup Event Ltd has postponed the first weekend of racing on Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th of March. Read more »

Portfolio Of Properties On Doorstep Of New Mt Eden Station

Press Release – Bayleys Realty Group

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2 Already Reported COVID-19 Community Cases; 2 Cases In Managed Isolation

Press Release – Ministry of Health

There are two cases of COVID-19 in the community to report. These cases were reported yesterday evening, and are part of the Auckland February cluster. Read more »

Important COVID-19 Update – Alert Levels 2 & 3

Press Release – New Zealand Post

With Auckland moving to Alert Level 3 and the rest of the country moving to Alert Level 2, we’d just like to remind you of a few things that can help maintain the flow of courier items through our network as we continue to deliver for your business safely. Read more »

Alert Level 2 Announcement

Press Release – The Court Theatre


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Statement On NZ Track And Field Championships

Press Release – Athletics New Zealand

Following the government announcement that Auckland will be at Alert Level 3 and the rest of the country at Alert Level 2 for seven days from Sunday 28 February, Athletics New Zealand wishes to confirm the Jennian Homes New Zealand Track and Field Championships will unfortunately not be able to proceed on 5-7 March in Hawke’s Bay. Read more »

BNZ Branches Opening Hours During Alert Level 3

Press Release – BNZ

With Auckland now in COVID-19 Alert Level 3 and the rest of the country at Alert Level 2 for the next seven days, the way BNZ branches and Partners Centres are operating has changed.


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Surgery And Outpatient Appointments To Go Ahead At Canterbury DHB Facilities Tomorrow

Press Release – Canterbury DHB

Under Alert Level 2, surgery and outpatient appointments will go ahead in Canterbury as planned tomorrow.

However, if you are sick please stay home and call the number on the appointment letter to let staff know you won’t be attending. Read more »

Five-point Plan To Get New Zealand Out Of Lockdown

Press Release – New Zealand National Party

National is urging the Government to get on top of the latest Covid-19 outbreak in Auckland by adopting a five-point plan for managing community cases, National’s Covid-19 Response spokesperson Chris Bishop and Health spokesperson Dr Shane Reti say. Read more »

Golden Shears Cancelled Because Of New Covid-19 Alert

Press Release – Shearing Sports New Zealand

The 61st Golden Shears, which were scheduled to be held in Masterton this week, have been cancelled.

The decision was made at an emergency executive meeting this morning, following the overnight of announcement of a return to Covid-19 Alert Level 2 across most of the country and the escalation to Level 3 in Auckland. Read more »

Services And Facilities In Capital City At COVID-19 Alert Level 2

Press Release – Wellington City Council

Following last night’s Government announcement, Wellington City Council can confirm the status of its services and facilities as the city moves into Alert Level 2 for a week. Read more »

April Minimum Wage Increase Must Be Delayed

Press Release – ACT New Zealand

“Having previously ignored advice and failed to take account of economic conditions, this year the Government must delay the 1 April increase to the minimum wage,” says ACT Small Business and Workplace Relations spokesperson Chris Baillie. Read more »

IRD Must Reopen Over Weekend

Press Release – New Zealand National Party

The IRD must reopen over this weekend to help those business owners affected by the latest Auckland lockdown, National’s Shadow Treasurer Andrew Bayly says. Read more »

Lucy Lawless Bringing My Life Is Murder Aotearoa To TVNZ

Press Release – TVNZ

Lucy Lawless is reprising her role as Alexa Crowe, a fiercely independent and brilliant Kiwi detective. This time Lucy and ‘Alexa’ are returning home, with My Life Is Murder, currently shooting in Auckland set to screen later this year on TVNZ 1. Read more »

Adams Storms Back To Vintage Best

Press Release – Athletics New Zealand

Dame Valerie Adams surged back to her vintage best this evening as she lit up the Sir Graeme Douglas International in Auckland by unleashing a world-class 19.65m to register her longest throw for five years. Read more »

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