48 days ago

Contact tracing privacy concerns

Samantha Gee Reporter from The Nelson Mail

A Nelson man's rant at Animates about contract tracing requirements at retail stores has attracted attention on social media.
Retailers are not required to contact trace if customers can maintain two metre social distancing while in store, but there is nothing to stop other retailers contact tracing if they think it is important for health and safety.
It is not breach of privacy to ask for customer details on entry to a store. However, retailers need to be clear about the purpose of collecting that information, keep it secure and only use it for the purpose it was gathered for.

What do you think about retail stores asking for contact details upon entry?

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6 hours ago

Ask an expert: get answers to your DIY questions

Jo Haywood Reporter from Homed

Hey neighbours, have you had a DIY disaster you need to fix or are you keen to tackle some home improvements but don't know where to start? Well, help is at hand.

Send us your questions about your DIY or decorating dilemmas, including photos if you can, and we'll ask an expert for their advice on where to start with your project, any tips and tricks they can share to help you get a great finish - or how you can fix things up if they've already gone wrong! Click here to submit your questions, or email us at homed@stuff.co.nz.

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3 hours ago

Concern that Nayland zoning plan restricts choice

Samantha Gee Reporter from The Nelson Mail

Parents are worried that introducing a zone for Nayland College will mean they no longer they have the choice to send their children to a co-ed secondary school in Nelson. Some are even considering a move to Stoke. Do you think kids should have a right to attend a mixed gender school?

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4 hours ago

Nature-focused school gets state funding

Katy Jones Reporter from The Nelson Mail

Motueka Steiner School is realising its vision to become farm-based, building a new eco-campus as it becomes state integrated. The school says a "deep connection to the natural world" is central to its education.

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