Our popular annual event returns this month on Wednesday 29 July at 6pm (doors open 5.30pm).
Stella Bares will demonstrate a couple of Greek dishes while you enjoy some nibbles. You will then be able to sample the demonstrated dishes once cooked.
No door sales so please prepay beforehand. Ticket and payment details on our Facebook page for Hellenic New Zealand Congress or Eventfinda site.
In the past, a few people were able to buy some leftover food so bring a container if you feel lucky.
A case of Covid-19 picked up in Wellington has turned out to be a false alarm.
Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield on Thursday announced 13 new cases of community transmission in New Zealand – all outside Wellington.
But answering questions, he said there was a positive test that came up in Wellington. Re-testing came up negative, meaning it was a false-positive. To read more, click here
The new amendment to the RTA was passed last week which will mean some massive changes to managing residential tenancies in NZ. Deliberately structured to shift the balance of power to tenants, all landlords are going to have to re-educate themselves on how to operate in this new environment.
If you need help to navigate these changes or with tenant selection, we would be happy to help.
Andrew Monastra, Personal Property Management ltd.
0274 888 933
At Personal Property Management we offer 1 on 1 service where you have a dedicated member of the team personally looking after you, your property and tenants.
How was your commute to work this morning? Was your bus, train or ferry emptier? Were passengers wearing masks and social distancing? For those driving into town, was traffic lighter for you? Or did you choose to work from home?
Physical distancing was reintroduced by Metlink on Wednesday, which meant commuters would have to keep 1 metre apart on buses, trains and ferries, and keep a 2m distance at wharfs and stations.
Metlink general manager Scott Gallacher said “there will be no timetable changes under alert level 2 but passengers will be expected to practice personal hygiene and physical distancing measures”.
To read more, click here.