67 days ago

Finding our Alert Level 4 routine

New Zealand Government

This week sees us all getting used to living at Alert Level 4. For this to work, we must all stick to the plan.

Stay home. It WILL save lives.
Let’s all remember why we are taking such extreme measures.
Staying home won’t always be easy. But the evidence tells us this is the best way to save the lives of other New Zealanders.

Finding our routines
It will take some time to build up new daily routines. That’s to be expected. We all need to be gentle with ourselves, and accept that things could be difficult for a while as we learn to adjust.

Looking after ourselves and others
Don’t forget to take time to look after yourself, and also to check-in on others. Asking someone how they are feeling is a good way to connect and show that you care.

We all need to stick to the plan
For this to work, and the effort we are all making to be worth it, we all need to stick to the plan, all the time. No exceptions.

Don’t move around
The virus is spread by us. So we all need to avoid moving around as much as possible. If you do go out for exercise or to get essential supplies, stay local. This is incredibly important. Don’t move between different areas.

Thank you for doing your bit
A massive thank you to everyone for working so hard to slow the spread of COVID-19. Together, we can and will save lives.

GOT QUESTIONS?
If you need help knowing what to do, visit covid19.govt.nz.
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More messages from your neighbours
6 days ago

Show neighbours your photography snaps of Wellington!

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Kia ora Wellington, it's time to dust off that old camera, get out and about and show the rest of your neighbours your favourite, treasured spots in your region. It could be an awesome view, the shy wildlife or even the old buildings that are wanting their stories to be told.

Go ahead, get snapping and illustrate what's beyond your backyard.

Post your photographs in the comments below ⬇

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18 hours ago

Cartoon on train delays

Alan from Petone

An ‘aging signal fault’ is being blamed for current delays on the Hutt Valley line. Here’s a cartoon on this subject.

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3 days ago

Quality furniture donations needed

Communications Manager from Te Omanga Hospice

If you are having a clear out, downsizing or on the move then please think of your local Te Omanga Hospice Shop. All our shops have reopened and need quality pre-loved furniture.

You'll find us at:
🏠 217 High St, LOWER HUTT
🏠 154 Jackson St, PETONE (new shop just opened!)
🏠 6 The Strand, WAINUIOMATA
🏠 21 Queen St, UPPER HUTT

OPENING HOURS: Mon to Fri 9.30am to 5pm, Sat 10am to 4pm, Sun 10am to 2pm. Call 0800 83 66 26 for free collection of furniture or estate lots.

When you donate to or buy from a Te Omanga Hospice Shop, you are directly supporting people in the Hutt Valley living with terminal or life limiting illnesses. Thank you for supporting local!

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