Auckland joined the rest of New Zealand at Alert Level 1 at 11:59pm on Wednesday 7 October
At Alert Level 1 we all need to be ready in case COVID-19 reappears in our community.
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All businesses and workplaces must display an NZ COVID Tracer QR code for each location. This legal requirement applies at Alert Level 1 and higher.
A separate poster is needed for each unique location. Each location legally must display their poster in a prominent place at or near the main entrance.
Full update/more info can be found at: https://covid19.govt.nz/
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During this time of uncertaintly, we are sure of one thing. We remain committed to keeping West Aucklanders healthy, connected and active
The West Auckland Together Hub has been developed by the Collaborative Marketplace partners:
Waitakere Community Resource Centre provides cost effective and friendly event and meeting space options in central Henderson.
Large room available perfect for meetings, workshops, forums, launches, training sessions, staff meetings, away-days, both public and private events.
We also office a small sound proof room, suitable for counseliing, supervision or one-on-one sessions.
The Cenre is fully accessible. Includes a lounge area and kitchen facilities.
You are more than welcome to come and have a look around.
For further details please contact Mandy on 09 838 7903 or email email@example.com.
Since COVID-19 entered New Zealand and the country entered Level 4 lockdown, we knew as a nation that we would need to adjust to ‘a new normal’. This is ever more evident after experiencing Auckland’s second lockdown with the appearance of a second wave. The effects of Covid have been most evident on the economy, with businesses closing or having to downsize from as early as the first week of level 4 lockdown in March 2020, resulting in job losses across the board. Industries hit hardest include retail, travel, and tourism and hospitality. So what does all of this mean for rangatahi in South and West Auckland?