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4 hours ago

Covid relief payment Q&A

Brian from New Lynn

Q. What is the new payment?
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A. It's a temporary payment of $490 a week for someone who loses a fulltime job of 30 hours a week or more due to Covid-19, or $250 for someone who was in a part-time job working 15 to 29 hours a week.
It will be available for 12 weeks to anyone who loses a job between March 1 and October 30, with the first payments available from June 8.
Q. Who can get it?
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A. NZ citizens or permanent residents who don't get more than $30,000 in redundancy pay, didn't have income protection insurance and don't have a partner earning at least $2000 a week.
Q. What are the obligations?
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A. Recipients must:
• Be available for, and actively seeking, suitable work;
• Take appropriate steps towards gaining new employment;
• Engage with suitable work programmes and courses and identify and take opportunities for employment, redeployment and training.
Q. What will it cost?
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A. $1.2 billion gross, or $570 million net after deducting what people would have received on normal benefits.
Q. How do you apply?
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A. Apply online on the Work and Income website from June 8.
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9 hours ago

Cash for your wrecked car. Support your local business

The Team from AAA Auto Parts

AAA Auto parts are back in business and as a local wrecker, we are happy to provide you with the best cash offer for your unused cars. Call today 0800 500 001.

Maintaining a safe distance, single man towing, washing hands regularly in the yard, sanitizer in the towing truck, mask and gloves on at all times.

AAA Auto parts are offering the best rates in the market to pick up the old cars for the next one month due to COVID19 situation.

Support your local buyer. Instant cash. Best rates guaranteed for your unwanted cars and free removal of cars.

Instant Cash for your wrecked car

For best quotes. Call us 0800 500 001
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7 days ago

Visiting friends/family in aged care facilities under level 2

The Team Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi Neighbours, have you been able to visit a loved one in an aged care facility under alert level 2?

What was the experience like?

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