37 days ago

Coronavirus: Auckland remaining at alert level 3 until August 26

The Team Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi neighbours,

Have you heard the news? Auckland will remain in level 3, while the rest of the country will remain at level 2 until midnight Wednesday, August 26 – an additional 12 days.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said the approach is “short, but precautionary”. Extending the restrictions for an additional 12 days is the same length of the virus’ incubation period, director-general of health Dr Ashley Bloomfield said.

To read more about what this means for Auckland, click here

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8 hours ago

Family looking for temporary furnished accommodation while renovating.

Cibelli from Remuera

Hi there. We are a family of 4, including two primary school kids. We are renovating our house between 27 Oct and 15 Nov. Wondering if anyone has a furnished space for rent during that period. Really just need a place to sleep and access to a kitchen for breakfast and dinner. Not too fussed. Cheers

6 days ago

Elliott Stables eateries served notice to pay rent or lose lease

Ripu Bhatia Reporter from Community News

Half of the struggling eateries at central Auckland's Elliott Stables dining village have been served notices to pay rent and operating expenses in arrears of tens of thousands of dollars each or possibly lose their leases.

Five out of 11 owners received notices between September 4 and September 8, with some being delivered to their homes and accountants, as well as their eateries.

With personal guarantees on their leases, the businesses are worried landlord The Icon Group will effectively take their homes to recoup its losses.

Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, eateries at Elliott Stables said they have been “crippled” by the pandemic.

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9 days ago

Ko te Kaunihera o Tāmaki Makaurau e tautoko ana i Te Wiki o te Reo Māori

The Team from Auckland Council

While COVID-19 has had a big impact on plans for this year, we still have some fantastic opportunities for you to practice your reo (language) this Māori Language Week. Find out how by clicking on 'Read More' below.

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