Auckland City Centre Residents' Group - CCRG

Community Organisation

Auckland City Centre Residents' Group - CCRG
Unit 4C
22 Emily Place
Auckland Central
Auckland 1010
17 days ago

Raising the Bar is back! - Virtually - the drinks are on you

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Raising the bar is back! - virtually this year, from 20th May - they provide the experts, you provide the drinks!
Over six weeks, six University of Auckland academics will present updated versions of their popular Raising the Bar presentations as virtual events. As well as hearing about their … View more
Raising the bar is back! - virtually this year, from 20th May - they provide the experts, you provide the drinks!
Over six weeks, six University of Auckland academics will present updated versions of their popular Raising the Bar presentations as virtual events. As well as hearing about their latest research, there'll also be the opportunity to ask the experts a question or two.

Live overseas? No problem. each talk is being run at two different time slots - 8AM NZT and 8PM NZT - so that you can take part no matter where you are in the world.

www.rtbevent.com...

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31 days ago

Rules Reduced Around Construction Noise

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Auckland Council will for one month (to be reviewed 29 May) reduce the rules around construction noise. For four weeks from April 28, construction hours will be 7.30am - 8pm and Sundays from 9am to 4pm.
There will be a three-tiered approach to this.
Approval is required from the Council to operate… View more
Auckland Council will for one month (to be reviewed 29 May) reduce the rules around construction noise. For four weeks from April 28, construction hours will be 7.30am - 8pm and Sundays from 9am to 4pm.
There will be a three-tiered approach to this.
Approval is required from the Council to operate under Tiers 2 and 3.

We know that noise rules in the city centre are already very permissive, so this has the potential to impact apartment dwellers a bit more severely, if not properly managed and monitored.

Some sites may apply for longer construction hours if they can demonstrate that they’ll be able to manage the site and keep noise to a minimum.

As always, if you think noise limits or rules are being breached you should contact noise control - they are open for business as well!
09 301 0101.

bit.ly... for full details

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58 days ago

Latest All-of-government fact sheet 1 April 2020 C19

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Hey Everybody - Mōrena!
Latest All-Of-Government fact sheet 1 April 2020, packed full of useful info and contacts/links
bit.ly...

Getting the help and support you need

Everything you need to know in one place:
Health and wellbeing
Find the latest health information
Food and other essential … View more
Hey Everybody - Mōrena!
Latest All-Of-Government fact sheet 1 April 2020, packed full of useful info and contacts/links
bit.ly...

Getting the help and support you need

Everything you need to know in one place:
Health and wellbeing
Find the latest health information
Food and other essential goods
– support through local CDEM Groups
Financial support
Accommodation Support
Schools and early childhood
Animal welfare
Information for international visitors

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60 days ago

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

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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 … View more
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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60 days ago

AUCKLAND COUNCIL UPDATE #8 30/3/20 Covid19

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AUCKLAND COUNCIL UPDATE #8 30/3/20 Covid19
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Includes info/updates on:
Mayoral Business Advisory Panel -Mayor Phil Goff today forms Mayoral Business Advisory Panel

Dog walking

Reporting rāhui/lockdown breaches - report it to Police online at www.105.police.govt.nz.... Do not phone 105

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AUCKLAND COUNCIL UPDATE #8 30/3/20 Covid19
bit.ly...
Includes info/updates on:
Mayoral Business Advisory Panel -Mayor Phil Goff today forms Mayoral Business Advisory Panel

Dog walking

Reporting rāhui/lockdown breaches - report it to Police online at www.105.police.govt.nz.... Do not phone 105

Auckland Emergency Management:
Auckland Council’s Auckland Emergency Management function is activated to
support the All of Government (Health-led) response.
• It is helping to prioritise and lead non-health civil defence and emergency
management activities, including the provision of materials, services and information.
• Remember to follow Auckland Emergency Management on Facebook and share
their posts to your own audiences

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