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Power Outage Waihi

Power Outage Waihi

Posted March 30, 2020
Emergency Services

Powerco is attending to a power cut affecting about 774 properties in Waihi this morning.

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COVID-19: ‘No Visitors’ policy at Waikato DHB

COVID-19: ‘No Visitors’ policy at Waikato DHB

Posted March 29, 2020
Health

This week we have seen the first stage of community spread of the COVID-19 virus in New Zealand. As this...

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Sadly, first death from COVID-19 in New Zealand

Sadly, first death from COVID-19 in New Zealand

Posted March 29, 2020
Health

Sadly, New Zealand had its first death linked to COVID-19 on the West Coast early this morning. The death was...

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Police appeal for witnesses

Police appeal for witnesses

Posted March 29, 2020
Emergency Services

Police have released the name of the woman who died following the crash on State Highway 2 between Aongatete and...

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Staying vigilant over the weekend

Staying vigilant over the weekend

Posted March 28, 2020
Emergency Services

Bay of Plenty Civil Defence and Emergency Management is reminding people about what’s required during lockdown over the weekend and...

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If you’re driving to exercise, it’s not exercise!

If you’re driving to exercise, it’s not exercise!

Posted March 28, 2020
Emergency Services

Exercise enthusiasts are being urged to set out from home and not travel in cars to their favourite walking track...

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83 new cases of COVID-19 in New Zealand

83 new cases of COVID-19 in New Zealand

Posted March 28, 2020
Health

Ministry of Health update 28/03/2020

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Update from the Director of Civil Defence Emergency Management and the All of Government Controller

Update from the Director of Civil Defence Emergency Management and the All of Government Controller

Posted March 28, 2020
Health

There are 83 new cases today. This comprises of 78 new confirmed cases and 5 probable. The total number of...

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Basic hygiene measures to stop the spread of infections

Basic hygiene measures to stop the spread of infections

Posted March 28, 2020
Health

Basic hygiene measures are the most important way to stop the spread of infections, including the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19)....

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Clarification of modification to wage subsidy scheme

Clarification of modification to wage subsidy scheme

Posted March 28, 2020
Business

Minister of Finance Grant Robertson has clarified that the changes to the wage subsidy scheme announced yesterday mean that employers...

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Continued support of lockdown will help save lives

Continued support of lockdown will help save lives

Posted March 27, 2020
Emergency Services

Feelings of uncertainty and not knowing exactly what to do is completely normal during lockdown, says Waikato Civil Defence and...

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Can we go for a walk or a drive?

Can we go for a walk or a drive?

Posted March 27, 2020
Health

Can we go for a walk or a drive? Stopping our movement stops the virus. This is about reducing movement...

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Face masks flowing to DHBs

Face masks flowing to DHBs

Posted March 27, 2020
Health

Medical face masks from the national reserve supply are now being distributed to District Health Boards, while at the same...

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Ministry seeks expressions of interest from health and care professionals for COVID-19 response

Ministry seeks expressions of interest from health and care professionals for COVID-19 response

Posted March 27, 2020
Health

The Ministry of Health is seeking expressions of interest from health and care professionals who are able and willing to...

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85 new cases of COVID-19 in New Zealand

85 new cases of COVID-19 in New Zealand

Posted March 27, 2020
Health

There are 85 new cases of COVID-19 in New Zealand made up of 76 new confirmed cases and 9 probable...

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COVID-19: Further steps to protect New Zealanders’ jobs

COVID-19: Further steps to protect New Zealanders’ jobs

Posted March 27, 2020
Health , Business

The Government has made modifications to the wage subsidy scheme to ensure people don’t lose their jobs during the national...

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Changes to how prescriptions are filled

Changes to how prescriptions are filled

Posted March 27, 2020
Health

To ensure everybody continues to have access to the prescription medication they need, PHARMAC are temporarily changing the amount pharmacists...

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New World Waihi shopping during COVID-19  update

New World Waihi shopping during COVID-19 update

Posted March 27, 2020
Business , Health

New World Waihi remains 100% committed to ensuring your grocery needs are met and are doing everything possible to make...

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Emergency glazing available at Wizardz Glass Waihi

Emergency glazing available at Wizardz Glass Waihi

Posted March 27, 2020
Business

Wizards Glass is available for your emergency glazing services in Waihi and Paeroa to secure your home and business.

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Hauraki District rubbish and recycling changes during lockdown

Hauraki District rubbish and recycling changes during lockdown

Posted March 27, 2020
Council Matters , Environmental

From next week, Hauraki District Council rubbish will be collected fortnightly on your normal recycling week During these extraordinary circumstances,...

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Waihi's new (temporary normal)

Waihi's new (temporary normal)

Posted March 26, 2020
Health , Road Info

Gold FM's Brian Gentil was at work in time to watch the sunrise this morning. As a Hauraki District Councillor...

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$27 million for NGOs and community groups to continue providing essential services

$27 million for NGOs and community groups to continue providing essential services

Posted March 26, 2020
Health

A $27 million dollar package, effective immediately, is being provided to social sector services and community groups to ensure they...

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78 new cases of COVID-19 in New Zealand

78 new cases of COVID-19 in New Zealand

Posted March 26, 2020
Health

There are 78 new cases of COVID-19 in New Zealand made up of 73 new confirmed cases and 5 probable...

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Unsettled Weather for the Weekend

Unsettled Weather for the Weekend

Posted March 26, 2020
Weather

MetService is forecasting unsettled weather for much of New Zealand over the next few days, and into the weekend.

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Guilty plea will provide some relief - Prime Minister

Guilty plea will provide some relief - Prime Minister

Posted March 26, 2020
Court News

“The guilty plea today will provide some relief to the many people whose lives were shattered by what happened on...

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Police acknowledge guilty pleas in the Christchurch Mosque attacks

Police acknowledge guilty pleas in the Christchurch Mosque attacks

Posted March 26, 2020
Emergency Services

Police acknowledge the guilty pleas in the Christchurch Mosque attacks prosecution that were entered in the Christchurch High Court today....

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Clarks Pharmacy supplies essential health needs

Clarks Pharmacy supplies essential health needs

Posted March 26, 2020
Business , Health

Clarks Pharmacy on the corner of Seddon Street and Rosemont Road Waihi is an essential business and is open their...

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Big Ted deserves Gold

Big Ted deserves Gold

Posted March 26, 2020
History / Arts / Culture , Health

If medals for the most creative, biggest or best are being awarded in the NZ Bear Hunt, we'd like to...

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Further border measures restricting entry to New Zealand.

Further border measures restricting entry to New Zealand.

Posted March 26, 2020
Health

The Government has announced further border measures restricting entry to New Zealand.

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Urgent Tax Legislation passed

Urgent Tax Legislation passed

Posted March 25, 2020
Business

Urgent legislation has been passed to support the package of economic and social measures needed to recover from the impact of the coronavirus outbreak. “The COVID-19 Response (Taxation and Social Assistance Urgent Measures) Bill will cushion New Zealanders from the...

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