Having read the paper (online version) it looks like the dreaded virus has actually made it to Whangarei: Stuff reports that two people in the hospital in Whangarei have it.
More reason to be careful and stay away from people or places where it might spread because lots of people touch it. Best of luck everyone.
Calling all Northlanders to complete the current survey being organised by the NRC as to how they are doing as a council: (www.nrc.govt.nz...). I don't know about others but I am heartily sick of the exorbitant amount we have to pay them (ever increasing) when they perform on a shallow, advice-based, role in the environment matters they are supposed to be focussing on and rather dream up employment and business promotion schemes (using our money), scholarships, etc. that they were never mandated to do. Please all have your say, as they have been getting away with this for too long.
Laura Welsby is determined to keep her plastic-free wholefoods store Forward Whangarei running, despite the coronavirus lockdown hitting just one week after the store opened. The shop uses reuseable jars so customers can grab zero-waste foods. What do you think? Would you use this shopping method?
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