Simon O'Connor - MP for Tamaki

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Simon O'Connor - MP for Tamaki
16 Goldie Street
St Heliers
Auckland 1071
208 days ago

MP Contact during Covid-19 Lock Down

Simon O'Connor from Simon O'Connor - MP for Tamaki

Hello everyone. Just a short note to say that my team and I remain available for any queries, concerns, or feedback. While my office is physically closed, we are continuing to work remotely. If you need assistance or have something you wish to raise then please be in touch by:

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Hello everyone. Just a short note to say that my team and I remain available for any queries, concerns, or feedback. While my office is physically closed, we are continuing to work remotely. If you need assistance or have something you wish to raise then please be in touch by:

📧 mp.tamaki@parliament.govt.nz
☎️ 09 575 9842
💻 www.facebook.com...

As we are now at Alert Level 4, the message is simply - stay at home. Do look after yourselves and those around you. The website - covid19.govt.nz... - is a very good resource and I will do my best to answer any questions you have.

Stay safe and well
Simon
Member of Parliament for Tamaki

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552 days ago

Nataliya and Family - The Minister has responded

Simon O'Connor from Simon O'Connor - MP for Tamaki

This afternoon I was able to go down and share the response from the Minister to my original letter asking for a review of Nataliya and her family's case. A 12 month extension has been granted to the family with an opportunity to re-apply for residence. So, as I said to Nataliya and her … View moreThis afternoon I was able to go down and share the response from the Minister to my original letter asking for a review of Nataliya and her family's case. A 12 month extension has been granted to the family with an opportunity to re-apply for residence. So, as I said to Nataliya and her husband, it is a step forward. I was pleased to deliver the letter in person; it is something I always try to do with immigration cases like this so that I can talk through what has been written and continue to offer assistance going forward when needed.

Can I also say thank you to all the locals who have supported the family and will continue to do so. Your letters of support were very important, and going forward, will be needed again.

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560 days ago

ANZAC Day - important changes locally

Simon O'Connor from Simon O'Connor - MP for Tamaki

Hello everyone. I have just been made aware of important news about ANZAC Day events in our electorate:

The St Heliers parade and civic service has been cancelled.

The Orakei RSA will still have its service, beginning at 10.30am.

College Rifles Service is also supposed to be that morning, from … View more
Hello everyone. I have just been made aware of important news about ANZAC Day events in our electorate:

The St Heliers parade and civic service has been cancelled.

The Orakei RSA will still have its service, beginning at 10.30am.

College Rifles Service is also supposed to be that morning, from 9am. I am confirming this currently.

The link below provides more details including that the decision was made between Council and Police.

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559 days ago

NZ Post and Kiwibank Changes in Glen Innes

Simon O'Connor from Simon O'Connor - MP for Tamaki

Some news for locals in Glen Innes in particular, but for all of us who use Kiwibank and NZ Post services in Glen Innes Village.

Kiwibank is going to set up its own premises and NZ Post is looking for a local business to partner with (as they have done in St Heliers and elsewhere).

I have no … View more
Some news for locals in Glen Innes in particular, but for all of us who use Kiwibank and NZ Post services in Glen Innes Village.

Kiwibank is going to set up its own premises and NZ Post is looking for a local business to partner with (as they have done in St Heliers and elsewhere).

I have no further details but will keep you informed as more information comes to hand.

570 days ago

St Heliers Village - major road change proposals

Simon O'Connor from Simon O'Connor - MP for Tamaki

I suspect I am not going to be the only St Heliers' resident unhappy with this Auckland Transport proposal. Thirteen (13) new raised zebra crossings with the loss of around forty (40) car parks. See the attachment for some details.

All locals should be getting letters about this change and … View more
I suspect I am not going to be the only St Heliers' resident unhappy with this Auckland Transport proposal. Thirteen (13) new raised zebra crossings with the loss of around forty (40) car parks. See the attachment for some details.

All locals should be getting letters about this change and an opportunity to provide feedback.

I strongly suggest we all do!

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