Hundreds of thousands of Kiwis who do not yet have both doses of the Covid-19 vaccine face a tightening of their freedoms on December 3, when the Government moves the entire country into the new “traffic-light” system.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced the date on Monday, saying Covid-19 was not going to be eradicated from New Zealand.
“The hard truth is that Delta is here and not going away,” Ardern said.
While Aucklanders will finally see an end to New Zealand’s longest lockdown, those in other parts of the country could face far more restrictions if they have not been fully-vaccinated.
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I walk my dog every evening and I usually walk on Bartholomew Drive. In the last month I have been disgusted to see numerous dog droppings, especially on the eastern side. These are obviously the droppings of large dogs. What sort of people allow their dogs to foul the paths and berms without picking it all up after them? I always collect my own dog's 'doings' and it's not difficult so why can't others do the same? I don't carry enough bags to collect all the droppings that are left for people to walk on. It certainly spoils our lovely neighborhood.