Thanks Andre - those Ministry of Health guidelines are excellent - succinct and clear.
.... and put all the returning kiwis in Jucy vans to free up the best hotels for wealthy tourists and students - and the spokesperson for this idea is the Jucy owner. [Fixed error in user name]
We're both signed up for Flu Tracking - we get a weekly questionnaire to complete which takes less than a minute then you get shown the graph which is interesting to compare with news about covid testing numbers. Also flu jab numbers were well up this year...
It's in Robert Guyton's post @11:33am
or Tiwai employees could live in Roxburgh which is only 2 hours to Invercargill - could go home at weekends.
An aviation analyst made the same point about housing yesterday!
Christchurch Airport ownership - 75% Christchurch City Council 25% NZ Government
Access to mental health and addiction support services are a consideration too, sadly.
Shouldn't that be "She's tried all of the dirty tricks stuff."
Comes from NIWAs High Intensity Rainfall System - Councils use the same scientific terminology, engineers use it when designing bridges, culverts etc. Lots of climate change mentions on NIWAs website.
It was Nalini Baruch on Thursday's The Panel and Alexia Russell on Friday.
or maybe she had access to the MoH system in her capacity as Acting CEO of Auckland Rescue Trust, did a bit of snooping around and forwarded the list to her private email.
Wonder if Michelle Boag has a holiday home in Queenstown?
I think some engineers were flown in from Germany to do just this in Wellington in April/May - special exemption but had to quarantine.
That photo in Vance's story of a very young JC and Nick Smith outside Night Moves Strip Club and Bar in Nelson, is a classic! Are they going in or coming out?
Tudd Moller as Tom Sainsbury calls him.
Statue not statute!
..... split from National led by Luxon, another God botherer?
Yes it all seems very strange getting back to 'normal' and interacting with people again!! We've just realised that this three months of semi/isolation has meant we have re-evaluated what is important and are now in the process of simplifying our lives.
Bristol has form for clever protest - it is the home of Massive Attack and Banksy.
Pugh is a list MP in my electorate, West Coast-Tasman and pretty invisible. I know very little about her either!!
Part of the interview process - those short-listed faced an interview panel of four, and an hour on the end of a Kim Hill inquisition, with psychologists looking on.
Some that chose to stay did so because the situation back home is worse. In my small SI town of 750 people we have 17 people here to my knowledge, mainly from the UK, hunkered down here
Construction has already started, there is already $25 million overrun of which Tasman District Council have to cover 90%, the other 'partners' ie the irrigators have their exposure very cleverly limited! https://www.nzherald.co.nz/the-country/news/article...
Licences - alcohol, food businesses, funerals etc Consents - building and alteration, subdivision etc Tasman District Council are really in the shit now with their exposure to the Waimea Dam debacle.
We have a dog that barks like a dog and is very fond of cucumber.
They were certainly swarming up through the Lewis Pass yesterday towards Golden Bay, Nelson and the West Coast - eight campervans and house buses turned back by noon by Police outside Murchison and that was just the start. The Murchison supermarket and ...
Our local op shop has just closed due to infection concerns.
I've been practising self isolation from the Mike Hosking disease for years.
Bought forward to now for those most at risk - over 65s, those with chronic conditions etc ie those who qualify for a free jab like I do. Everyone else will wait until 15th April.