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MIQ Sucks, Let Them Come Home

Press Release – ACT New Zealand

“The ACT Party sympathises with and endorses a banner seen at today’s All Blacks game, MIQ does suck and we should let them come home,” says ACT Leader David Seymour. Read more »

MIQ Sucks, Let Them Come Home

Press Release – ACT New Zealand

“The ACT Party sympathises with and endorses a banner seen at today’s All Blacks game, MIQ does suck and we should let them come home,” says ACT Leader David Seymour. Read more »

80 Community Cases Of COVID-19; Five New Border Cases; More Than 42,000 Vaccines Administered Yesterday

Press Release – Ministry of Health

There are 80 new community cases of COVID-19 to report today.

As at 10am, 34 of these cases are linked – including 16 household contacts – and 46 remain unlinked, Read more »

Eggsceptional TradeMe Auction To Raise Money For Breast Cancer – It’s No Yolk!

Press Release – NZ Breast Cancer Foundation

With lockdown having completely scrambled Breast Cancer Foundation NZ’s usual October (Breast Cancer Awareness Month) fundraising, the charity has been eggsploring other fundraising ideas. Yesterday, an eggstra-special donation cracked open a new fundraising opportunity: bidding is now open on the TradeMe auction of a carton of four free-range eggs, one of which features a “nipple”. Read more »

104 Community Cases Of COVID-19; 2 New Border Cases; More Than 44,000 Vaccines Administered Yesterday

Press Release – Ministry of Health

There are 104 new community cases of COVID-19 to report today.

As at 10am, 43 of these cases are linked – including 33 household contacts – and 61 remain unlinked, Read more »

Converting Waste To Electricity

Opinion – Andy Loader

The Auckland region produces approximately one and a half million tonnes of waste per year that mostly goes into landfills. Read more »

Queenstown Lakes District Mayor Expresses Disappointment At COVID Framework Announcement

Press Release – Queenstown Lakes District Council

Queenstown Lakes District Mayor Jim Boult has welcomed Central Government’s new COVID-19 Protection Framework announced earlier today but is disappointed that this does not provide a clearer path towards opening travel within Aotearoa New Zealand. Read more »

90% Double Vaccination Target Is Business Purgatory

Press Release – Dairy and Business Owners Group

The Dairy and Business Owners Group is giving the government’s 90% double vaccination requirement to fully reopen a big thumbs down. Read more »

Systemic Failures Lead To High Rates Of Mental Illness In The Deaf Community

Press Release – Coalition of Deaf Mental Health Professionals

A research project sponsored by the Coalition of Deaf Mental Health Professionals has described systemic failures in education and in family and community support that have led to the very high rates of mental illness experienced by the Deaf community. Read more »

People On Benefits Continue To Be Left Behind In The Team Of 5 Million

Press Release – Auckland Action Against Poverty

The government’s announcement this morning continues to reflect the truth that people on benefits remain invisible in the health response to Covid-19, despite these communities being hit the hardest. Read more »

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