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Please can everyone turn on their Bluetooth Covid App and scan the code when out and about. It’s back in our community, this was always going to happen.
Scanning into Sylvia Park the other day I was shouted at by some person that I didn’t need to do that, as there was “no Covid in there”. The stats are about only 13% use the app, my observation is this is correct. People who don’t, where it’s easily accessible are either, far too laid back, lazy, or misinformed. I know for some people they can’t access the code, or use the tech for a variety of very valid reasons but these aren’t the people I observe not scanning in. I have heard that some shops don’t display it in an easy to find or use place, while out and about lately I haven’t found one of these, I presume they exist somewhere.
If it gets back into our community again which is probable it could cost the country $1000,000,000 per day, we need to pull together here to make sure it can be quickly shut down.
For all our sakes to value what we have please scan in and out and turn on your Bluetooth option on the app.
Residents and businesses in Mission Bay are being urged to report noise pollution from cars with loud exhausts and booming stereos.
The Orakei local board has launched a noise complaint campaign to encourage members of the community to take a stand.
Cars with super loud exhaust systems or retrofit stereos were some of the most difficult noise nuisances to deal with, said board chairman Scott Milne.
And meetings with residents, police, noise control officers and local board members have revealed that many instances of excessive noise were not being reported, he said.
Mission Bay Resident's Association chairman Don Stock said it only took a few inconsiderate show-offs to spoil the enjoyment of the suburb "but perhaps the actions of a few active residents can make a difference."
It is hoped the board campaign will boost the number of instances reported and ultimately cut noise issues for Mission Bay, said Milne.
You can dob in noisy cars to police on 501 or noise from other sources to Auckland Council: 09 301 0101
All locations a Northland woman visited before testing positive for Covid-19 after leaving managed isolation in Auckland have been made public.
They include a number of cafes, bars and shops, starting with FreshChoice in Ruakaka on January 14 from 3.03pm until 4.33pm.
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