35 days ago

Covid-19: Where to get tested and vaccinated in Auckland during Labour Weekend

Caroline Williams Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Kia ora neighbours. It’s still easy to get a Covid-19 test or vaccination, even over Labour Weekend.

On Friday, the Government announced the Auckland, Waitematā and Counties Manukau DHBs would need to have vaccinated 90 per cent of their eligible populations before the Auckland region can leave lockdown.

Meanwhile, the Ministry of Health is asking residents in New Lynn, Bayswater, Rosedale and Redvale to get tested if they are unwell, due to a concerning number of cases in those areas.

We’ve put together a list of all the vaccine and testing centres that are open for all or part of the long Labour Weekend. Click 'read more' for the list.

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1 day ago

Auckland Council supports City Mission’s Auckland Angels appeal

The Team from Auckland Council

We are throwing our support behind Auckland City Mission’s ‘Auckland Angels’ appeal, helping to ensure Aucklanders in greatest need can celebrate Christmas after a particularly tough year.

ℹ️ Click on Read More to find out more about:
🟢 How to donate
🟢 What is needed
🟢 Gift ideas

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5 hours ago

Haverstock Rd , Gunshots fired.

Alan from Sandringham

There were several gunshots fired last night at around 10 30 /11 pm in Haverstock Rd near Duncan Ave , the police attended and a helicopter was overhead , does anyone know what was happening , ?.

6 hours ago

Audio Jacks @ Rocky Nook Bowls returns!

Steve King from Rocky Nook Bowling Club

barefoot bowls + beats + beverages
FINALLY ...the return of Audio Jacks... every Friday in Dec until Christmas!!
Top Auckland DJs augmenting the ever popular barefoot bowling at the iconic Rocky Nook Bowling Club.

$10 pp gets you a relaxed, outdoor Friday evening social where you can join your mates or make some new ones, over great music and lawn bowls in the gorgeous environs of Fowlds Park, Mt Albert.

All bowls equipment provided.

You can also enjoy a foodtruck meal and few wines and local and Irish ales- at sports club prices- from the Irish Club Bar

5 minutes’ walk from Morningside Station- leave the car behind- this is a kid-friendly event and free for under 12's and RNB members.

The main requirement is that any bowlers wear flat soled shoes to protect the greens.

There is no smoking or drinking on the greens. Drinking on the surrounds of the green is fine- especially if it’s our exclusive Jack Attack Pilsner from Urbanaut Brewing.

Proof of full vaccination is also required for entry and maximum of 100 patrons- so apologies if you miss out.

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