“Keeping local” is down to the individual, govt says

Tue, 14 Sep 2021

The Government says the distance that northern residents can travel for recreation or exercise is a “common sense” decision down to the individual. The Department...

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Matakana grower organises Beehive flower protest

Tue, 14 Sep 2021

Matakana flower grower Rebecka Keeling has helped organise a national campaign to draw attention to the plight of flower growers, who say they are fed...

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Businesses not required to police scanning

Mon, 13 Sep 2021

Many businesses and event organisers have been confused about the government’s requirement for mandatory record keeping at “busy places and events”, which come into force...

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Dome landfill plan change declined

Fri, 10 Sep 2021

A private plan change application for a landfill in the Dome Valley has been refused. It was announced today that a panel of five independent...

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Regos and WOFs parked until November

Fri, 10 Sep 2021

If your driver’s licence, or vehicle’s WOF, COF or registration fell due during lockdown, you have until the end of November to pay. Transport  Minister...

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Govt clarifies travel rules for Northlanders

Fri, 10 Sep 2021

The Government has outlined the rules for Northlanders currently in Alert Level 2 who wish to visit other parts of the country also in Alert...

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Kaipara residents can vaccinate in Wellsford

Wed, 8 Sep 2021

Northern checkpoint staff have been reminded by the government that residents of Mangawhai and Kaiwaka are permitted to visit Wellsford for vaccination following media enquiries....

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Assisted shopping in Warkworth tomorrow

Mon, 6 Sep 2021

Warkworth Lions and the volunteers from Mahu Vollies will be re-running Covid-19 Lockdown Assisted Shopping at Warkworth New World tomorrow (Sept 7) from 9am to...

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Vaccines a focus for lockdown

Tue, 14 Sep 2021

The Covid-19 lockdown has increased the demand for vaccinations, with people’s experiences of the process varied – from straightforward and quick, to long wait times...

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Anti-Covid gun keeps laundromat open

Mon, 13 Sep 2021

While most laundromats are closed in Level 4, Mangawhai Laundry has remained open thanks, in part, to an innovative anti-Covid gun that disperses disinfectant. Owner...

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Panuku’s problematic property sale

Tue, 31 Aug 2021

The sale of 23 Auckland Council-owned properties on Whangaparāoa and Brightside Roads is still on hold, as its property arm, Panuku Development, continues trying to...

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