Archive for March, 2021

Ze Build Showcases Their Quality Building Works, House Renovations And Extensions In The Newly Launched Website

Press Release – Ze Build

Are you looking for building and renovating specialists in Auckland? Visit the newly launched website of Ze Build and find out more about the home and commercial building and landscaping services they offer in Auckland. Read more »

A New Website Has Been Launched By Ze Plumb & Gas To Showcase Their Professional Services In Auckland

Press Release – Ze Plumb and Gas

A new website has been launched by Ze Plumb & Gas to showcase their professional plumbing, gasfitting and drainlaying services in Auckland

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Cash Handouts To Help Unemployed Into Business Pain?

Press Release – BetterCo

An Auckland chartered accounting firm is pouring cold water on political noises from both the Government and the opposition that encourages Covid-19 unemployed to go into business because, for most, it’s likely to end in disaster. Read more »

2021 New Zealand Secondary Schools Squad Announced

Press Release – Netball New Zealand

The Emerging Talent Selection Panel, along with head coach Te Aroha Keenan and assistant coach Pelesa Semu have confirmed the 2021 New Zealand Secondary Schools squad. Read more »

Light Rail Establishment Unit Needs Broad Remit

Press Release – Infrastructure New Zealand

“The Government’s new light rail establishment unit represents an opportunity to rethink the wider transport and development vision for Auckland to tackle congestion, carbon and housing affordability challenges,” says Infrastructure New Zealand Policy Director, Hamish Glenn. Read more »

We Have A Poverty Crisis In New Zealand, We Need To Do More

Press Release – Green Party

The Green Party is calling for the Government to do more for New Zealanders who continue to miss out, as main benefits are set to rise by less than $8 a week tomorrow, Thursday 1 April (at the start of the financial year). Read more »

Aucklanders Deserve A Fuel Tax Refund

Press Release – New Zealand National Party

Labour has once again announced a future announcement, this time for light rail, after wasting almost four years on the project, National’s Transport spokesperson Michael Woodhouse. Read more »

Addressing City Rail Link Issues Fundamental For Light Rail Success

Press Release – Auckland Heart of the City

Putting in a place a solution to address the severe impact on businesses impacted by City Rail Link construction will be a fundamental element in getting the Light Rail project right. Read more »

Climate Advocates Generation Zero Welcome Government’s Light Rail Push In Auckland

Press Release – Generation Zero

Youth climate advocates Generation Zero have welcomed the Government’s move to push ahead with a light rail link between the city centre and Auckland Airport, but emphasised that funds currently marked for high-emissions roading projects should be diverted to accelerate its delivery. Read more »

Next Steps For Auckland Light Rail

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Transport Minister Michael Wood is getting Auckland light rail back on track with the announcement of an establishment unit to progress this important city-shaping project and engage with Aucklanders. Read more »

Auckland Light Rail Back On Track, Greens Welcome Engagement With Community

Press Release – Green Party

The Green Party is welcoming the announcement today by the Minister of Transport that Auckland light rail is getting back on track. Read more »

Mayor Phil Goff Welcomes Progress On Auckland Light Rail

Press Release – Auckland Council

Auckland Mayor Phil Goff welcomes the government’s announcement of an Establishment Unit to progress City Centre to Māngere Light Rail, and says the project should get underway as soon as practical. Read more »

Lime Digital – A Digital Marketing Agency Near Me

Press Release – Lime Digital

You’ve got your product or service that you’re confident in. Your business may be brand new or have existed for some time but now you’re ready to take the next step. Read more »

No New Community Cases; 2 Cases Of COVID-19 In Managed Isolation

Press Release – Ministry of Health

There are no new COVID-19 community cases to report today and two new COVID-19 border-related cases to report in managed isolation. The seven-day rolling average of new cases detected at the border is four. Read more »

Plan Ahead For Safe Easter Holiday Travel On Northland Roads

Press Release – New Zealand Transport Agency

Auckland and Northland motorists are being asked to help make their Easter journeys safer and more enjoyable by using the Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency holiday journey planner to plan ahead and avoid delays. Read more »

Free And Easy Way To Age Well And Maintain Independence Say Healthcare Experts As New LifeCurve™ App Is Launched

Press Release – Bay of Plenty District Health Board

Stay stronger for longer and add life to your years is the message as the LifeCurve™ app is launched today (Wednesday 31 March). Read more »

New Zealand’s Big Things – They’re Kitsch But Cool

Press Release – Budget Car Rental New Zealand

If you’ve ever road-tripped around New Zealand, you’ll know that if a town becomes famous for something it’s likely to be immortalised in fibre glass as a giant sculpture.
Think Ohakune’s carrot, Gore’s guitar and trout, and of course, Paeroa’s over-sized L&P bottle. Read more »

New Zealand’s Public Hospitals Face Worsening Crisis

Article – Socialist Equality Group

Tom Peters, Socialist Equality Group
31 March 2021, original url:
New Zealand’s public healthcare system is in a severe crisis. Read more »

Auckland Population May Hit 2 Million In Early 2030s

Press Release – Statistics New Zealand

Auckland’s population may rise from about 1.7 million currently to 2 million by early next decade, Stats NZ said today. Read more »

Is Light Rail The Answer To Auckland’s Transport Crisis?

Press Release – ACT New Zealand

“Despite an announcement about plans for Auckland light rail being imminent, the fact of the matter is Aucklanders would still prefer better road connections in the city over a promise of light rail,” says ACT Transport spokesperson Simon Court. Read more »

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