Good morning neighbours,
Workers not in high risk jobs can jump the queue to get a Covid-19 jab if they happen to work near a vaccination site.
The Canterbury District Health Board (DHB) has confirmed it offers the vaccine to local companies located close to vaccination clinics to prevent wastage.
CDHB Covid-19 response manager Ralph La Salle said on rare occasions, clinics had a small number of vaccine doses left at the end of the day that could not be used the next day.
“We believe [offering to local companies] is preferable to vaccine wastage.”
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Would you support the introduction of MMP to local body elections?
A former Labour minister has called on the government to implement MMP as the voting system for local body elections in a bid to 'fix' local government.
Peter Neilson, an economist, is a former Labour MP for Miramar, a Minister of Revenue, Works and Associate Minister of Finance. Neilson explains how MMP could have a positive impact on civic participation after data from Internal Affairs showed a decline in voter turnout.
Around four out of 10 New Zealanders on the electoral role turned out to vote in the last set of local elections. In comparison, around seven or eight out 10 voted in the general election last year.
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Green, safe, affordable, and sustainable, with meaningful jobs and a city which is easy to get around.
That’s what the residents of greater Christchurch say they want from their city in 2050, according to a new survey of about 4000 people.
While residents commented on topics ranging from traffic and housing to leadership and economic growth, the desire to protect the environment emerged strongly as the number one wish.
Read more here and tell us what you want most for Christchurch in the comments below.