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New Zealand springs forward this weekend as Daylight Saving time begins.
Clocks will go forward by one hour at 2am on Sunday 27 September. Daylight saving time will continue until Sunday 4 April 2020, when clocks will go back by one hour to NZ Standard Time.
Most New Zealanders should experience a seamless transition, with modern electronic devices adjusting automatically. However, older devices may need to be adjusted manually.
Do not forget it is also a good time to check emergency plans, survival kits and smoke alarms.
We are finally going to get some rugby to watch. It’s all on Sky Stadium this evening with two epic games of footy. The Wellington Pride kick things off with a clash against Manawatu Cyclones women's at 4:35pm.
Then, the Lions go head-to-head with Bay of Plenty Rugby at 7:35pm. Tickets start at $20 for adults and $10 for kids.
A central Wellington park has become a magnet for “anti-social behaviour” with a new report detailing reports of drug dealing, violence, and sexual assault.
The Wellington City Council report, published, found “a consistent level of anti-social behaviour” at Te Aro Park on Wellington’s Golden Mile, which was higher than other central city parks.