50 days ago

Covid-19: Aucklanders should take level 3 restrictions with them

Jake Kenny Reporter from Community News

Hi neighbours,

Flights from Auckland to the other main cities have continued as normal since the Auckland region moved to Covid-19 alert level 3 and the rest of New Zealand moved to alert level 2 on Sunday.

Some 108 flights departed Auckland Airport on Monday, including 15 to Christchurch, 14 to Wellington and seven to Queenstown.

Those travelling during the weekend included about 2000 Aucklanders who were in Christchurch for the city’s largest outdoor music festival, Electric Avenue.

Microbiologist Siouxsie Wiles said anyone travelling from Auckland needed to take their level 3 restrictions with them because they could unknowingly be incubating the virus.

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11 hours ago

Mike Yardley: How can so many New Zealanders still smoke?

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

The proposed Smokefree 2025 Action Plan includes significantly reducing the number of retailers able to sell tobacco, limiting the nicotine content of cigarettes, and raising the age of purchase every year, so that anyone born after 2004 could never lawfully be sold tobacco.

Columnist Mike Yardley says most lower-income earners who smoke shell out more money in tobacco excise than they do in income tax.

"They should be vigorously urged to switch to vaping as a smoking cessation alternative, given it’s not just far less hazardous to their health, but also to their back pocket," he says.

What do you think of the proposed Smokefree 2025 reforms? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

6 hours ago


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7 hours ago

Kids eat free these school holidays at Coriander’s

Stacey Cameron from Coriander's Bush Inn

It’s school holiday time and we’re celebrating by letting kids eat free at all Coriander’s restaurants from Friday April 16 to Sunday May 9.

That’s right, children 10 and under can get a free meal including: Kids’ portion of Butter Chicken or Mango Chicken + Chocolate naan bread for dessert.

So happy holidays, and remember, all Coriander’s restaurants are open for lunch and dinner every day. Find us at St Asaph Street, Sumner, Bush Inn and Rolleston.
T&Cs: Each child must be accompanied by an adult ordering mains. Not available in conjunction with any other promotions.