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Government delivers COVID-19 support to GPs and Pharmacies

Government delivers COVID-19 support to GPs and Pharmacies

Posted April 02, 2020
Health

Health Minister Dr David Clark says the Government is delivering on its commitment to support general practice doctors and nurses,...

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Essential workers leave scheme established

Essential workers leave scheme established

Posted April 02, 2020
Business

Essential workers who take leave from work to comply with public health guidance are being supported with a leave scheme...

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Please, stop flouting the rules

Please, stop flouting the rules

Posted April 02, 2020
Council Matters

Staff at the Thames Valley Emergency Operating Centre (TVEOC) are concerned that the guidelines during lockdown continue to be flouted...

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Combined total of confirmed and probable cases in New Zealand is 797

Combined total of confirmed and probable cases in New Zealand is 797

Posted April 02, 2020
Health

Today there are 76 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 13 new probable cases. There are no additional deaths to...

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Domestic flights tor foreign nationals returning home

Domestic flights tor foreign nationals returning home

Posted April 02, 2020
Health , Travel

Foreign nationals in New Zealand can now drive, or take domestic flights, in order to connect with commercial, or chartered,...

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Auckland Museum opens virtual doors for free

Auckland Museum opens virtual doors for free

Posted April 02, 2020
History / Arts / Culture

While the doors of Auckland Museum are closed, visitors can still experience some of their favourite parts of Tāmaki Paenga...

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Foggy mornings continue, but sunny weather this weekend

Foggy mornings continue, but sunny weather this weekend

Posted April 02, 2020
Weather

MetService is forecasting a ridge of high pressure to remain over Aotearoa through the weekend, bringing settled weather. Morning fog...

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Hold off lighting outdoor fires during the COVID-19 Lockdown

Hold off lighting outdoor fires during the COVID-19 Lockdown

Posted April 02, 2020
Emergency Services

People in Waihi are still lighting backyard fires to burn rubbish during the COVID-19 lockdown causing unnecessary stress for local...

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Another day...another scam

Another day...another scam

Posted April 02, 2020
Road Info

Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency is advising people to delete widely distributed 'phishing scam' e-mails which direct recipients to a...

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Business Finance Guarantee – applications open

Business Finance Guarantee – applications open

Posted April 01, 2020
Business

Businesses can start applying to their banks for loans under the Business Finance Guarantee Scheme set up to support the...

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Support available during Covid-19 lockdown

Support available during Covid-19 lockdown

Posted April 01, 2020
Council Matters

If you’re experiencing hardship, don’t hesitate to call 0800 800 405. That’s the message from Hauraki District Mayor Toby Adams...

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Waikato DHB confirms 37 COVID-19 cases in Matamata

Waikato DHB confirms 37 COVID-19 cases in Matamata

Posted April 01, 2020
Health

Waikato DHB has confirmed 37 COVID-19 cases in Matamata as of April 1. The cluster has been linked to a...

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Civil Defence Emergency Management Group 0800 numbers for essential supplies

Civil Defence Emergency Management Group 0800 numbers for essential supplies

Posted April 01, 2020
Emergency Services

Civil Defence Emergency Management Group 0800 numbers for essential supplies 0800 numbers have been set up if you are out...

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Council Matters with Hauraki District Mayor Toby Adams

Council Matters with Hauraki District Mayor Toby Adams

Posted April 01, 2020
Council Matters , Podcasts

Brian Gentil spoke with Hauraki District Mayor Toby Adams to find out what is happening in the Hauraki District during...

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Work starts on ways to fast-track consents to boost recovery from Covid-19 downturn

Work starts on ways to fast-track consents to boost recovery from Covid-19 downturn

Posted April 01, 2020
Business , Environmental

Work is underway looking at measures to speed up consents for development and infrastructure projects during the recovery from COVID...

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61 new cases of COVID-19 - 708 total

61 new cases of COVID-19 - 708 total

Posted April 01, 2020
Health

Today there are 47 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 14 new probable cases. There are no additional deaths to...

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Well-intentioned Help Risking Further Spread Of Covid-19, Neighbourhood Support Says

Well-intentioned Help Risking Further Spread Of Covid-19, Neighbourhood Support Says

Posted April 01, 2020
Health

Well-meaning New Zealanders are putting themselves and others in danger without realising it, Neighbourhood Support New Zealand says. Chief Executive...

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Changes to rules around funerals and tangi

Changes to rules around funerals and tangi

Posted March 31, 2020

The Government has changed the rules to allow people from the same self-isolation bubble as the deceased to go to...

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Charter flights return some New Zealanders to regional centres

Charter flights return some New Zealanders to regional centres

Posted March 31, 2020
Health

The first domestic flight for some New Zealanders who have recently returned from overseas carried 57 passengers ­to Wellington and...

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Thames Coromandel District Mayor Sandra Goudie shares important messages

Thames Coromandel District Mayor Sandra Goudie shares important messages

Posted March 31, 2020
Council Matters

Thames Coromandel District Mayor Sandra Goudie joined Brian Gentil on his Breakfast Show this morning for a catch up about...

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Update: 58 new cases of COVID-19

Update: 58 new cases of COVID-19

Posted March 31, 2020
Health

Today, there are 48 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 10 new probable cases. There are no additional deaths to...

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People not heeding fire ban endangering firefighters

People not heeding fire ban endangering firefighters

Posted March 31, 2020
Emergency Services

People not heeding fire ban endangering firefighters

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Supermarkets able to open on Easter Sunday

Supermarkets able to open on Easter Sunday

Posted March 31, 2020
Business

The Government is ensuring supermarkets can open on Easter Sunday so we can buy groceries, but stay closed on Good...

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Helpline set up to help struggling Waikato people

Helpline set up to help struggling Waikato people

Posted March 31, 2020
Emergency Services

Freephone 0800 800 405 has been established for Waikato people struggling to get food, groceries, medication or other household goods...

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State of National Emergency extended

State of National Emergency extended

Posted March 31, 2020
Emergency Services

The State of National Emergency to help stop the spread of COVID-19 has been extended for a further seven days,...

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Shopping safely - Unite Against Covid-19 advise

Shopping safely - Unite Against Covid-19 advise

Posted March 31, 2020
Health

If you’re healthy and under 70, you should go to the supermarket instead of shopping online. This will leave delivery...

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Daylight Saving Time Changes this Sunday

Daylight Saving Time Changes this Sunday

Posted March 31, 2020
Music / Entertainment / Events

Remember to turn your watch and clocks back an hour before you go to bed this Saturday night.

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Majority of oily waste recovered

Majority of oily waste recovered

Posted March 31, 2020
Council Matters

The majority of oily waste from last night’s spill into Tauranga Harbour has been recovered after Bay of Plenty Regional...

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Hauraki District Council Refuse Collection

Hauraki District Council Refuse Collection

Posted March 31, 2020
Council Matters

Hauraki District Council has a nifty Collection Calendar to help residents figure out when and what to put out on...

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New process will help people get essential items

New process will help people get essential items

Posted March 31, 2020
Business

The government has had a change of heart regarding what is essential and what can be sold as an essential...

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