66 days ago

AUCKLAND COUNCIL UPDATE COVID-19 Update #9 31 March 2020

CCRG from Auckland City Centre Residents' Group - CCRG

Info on:

Auckland Council 's Auckland Emergency Management Food distribution Programme for those suffering because of job losses or hardship and struggling to access basic household supplies. These measures will also assist the disabled, at-risk groups and people without access to their own transport

Exercising with dogs

Boat ramps - closed, obviously

Support Info for Auckland businesses via Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development (ATEED) & other business groups

If you have concerns about a gathering of people, a non-essential shop or service that is open, anyone who is not self-isolating as required, or an event that breaches the criteria, you can
report it to Police online at www.105.police.govt.nz...
DON't PHONE 105.

• The Ministry of Health is the lead agency and all official information will be shared via www.covid19.govt.nz...

He Waka Eke Noa - We are all in this together

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More messages from your neighbours
6 days ago

Auckland's drought rings alarm bells - is anyone listening?

Todd Niall Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi Neighbours, It might be raining but the record dry which is depleting Auckland's water supply is not going away in a hurry. Is it "just a dought?": Read the story below:

1 hour ago

Market Update

Bret from Bret and Donna - UP Real Estate.

Business is brisk. It is surprising the amount of activity there is in play right across the price spectrum. Doubtless we will be in level one within days, however it feels like the housing market has taken a pre-emptive position. Several of our homes experienced 50-80+ buyers viewing at their open homes last weekend, this on the back of record numbers viewing online, some homes received over 4000 hits in a 24 hour period. If you’re thinking of making a move now is a good time.

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9 hours ago

Pest Free Auckland

The Team from Auckland Council

Across the months of May and June, we have been asking Aucklanders to create a Pest-Free haven in their backyard through placing traps, pulling weeds, and planting natives.

To help further support Aucklanders we ran a Q&A session with our Pest Free Auckland experts on Instagram and thought we’d share a summary of the great questions and useful answers to get everyone started on their Pest Free Auckland journey.
Find out more

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