Day: August 18, 2021

Financial support for individuals and whānau

​With the latest community breakout of COVID-19, financial pressure will be a reality for many. Help is available if you’re experiencing financial distress. Kaua e whakamā, these resources are there for you to use so please do!! Free phone line to help with budgeting –https://bit.ly/3jXnJjoCovid 19- Financial Support Tool –https://bit.ly/3iUD8SfHelp with money –https://bit.ly/3xWxinMWage subsidy schemes …

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Wearing face coverings is now mandatory

Me mau ārai-hā! Wearing face coverings is now mandatory in most public places at Alert Level 4 ** Face coverings are now mandatory for all people (employees and customers) at businesses and services operating at Alert Level 4, involving customer contact. This includes supermarkets, pharmacies, and petrol stations etc. Face coverings remain mandatory: on public …

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Northland leaders react to region going into Level 4 lockdown

  Ngātiwai Trust Board Te Raukura chief executive Huhana Lyndon supported the Government’s decision which she said would save lives. “We are in unprecedented times and we call on people to look out for their loves ones, elders, and the vulnerable and we’ll work with our hapū and iwi neighbours to coordinate a planned response …

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