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Archive for April, 2020

Critical We Keep Taking Restrictions Seriously Say Mayors

Press Release – Joint Press Release

The Mayors of Mackenzie, Timaru, Waimate and Waitaki are asking our communities to keep taking COVID-19 restrictions seriously, warning of significant harm if we go back to Level 4. Read more »

TrueNZ Seeks Greater Clarity Around Permitted Travel In COVID-19 Lockdown Level 2

Press Release – True NZ

In the interests of an ordered and careful return to business for New Zealand tourism TrueNZ does support having restrictions on movement in Level 2 and is today seeking clarity from the Minister of Tourism, the Deputy Prime Minister and Tourism New Zealand. Read more »

Domestic Travel Must Be Permitted At L2

Press Release – Tourism Industry Aotearoa

New Zealanders can travel safely within our own country at Level 2 and must be allowed to do so, Tourism Industry Aotearoa says. Read more »

BNZ Strengthens Regional Support With 17 New Head Of Region Roles

Press Release – BNZ

Bank of New Zealand (BNZ) has announced 17 new Heads of Region roles to support communities around the country and strengthen its regional presence. Read more »

Billboard Poetry Brightens City Centres

Press Release – Elephant Publicity


Taking poetry to the streets: A local poet’s collection of mirco-poems go macro on billboards across Aotearoa.

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Whānau All Over NZ Launch The #HakaAgainstViolence Social Media Campaign Against Domestic Violence

Press Release – She Is Not Your Rehab

‘She Is Not Your Rehab’ today launches the #HakaAgainstViolence social media challenge, a nationwide online campaign for families to stand up against family violence through haka. Read more »

NZ Music Month’s 20th Anniversary Kicks Off

Press Release – 818 Entertainment

Today marks the first day of Aotearoa’s iconic month-long NZ Music Month celebrations. Read more »

Investigators From Kiwi Science Alliance Tackling COVID-19 With New Research Projects

Press Release – One Health Aotearoa

A global pandemic like COVID-19 was a matter of ‘when not if’ according to a diverse group of Kiwi scientists who formed an alliance almost a decade ago in anticipation for such an eventuality. Read more »

Still no date for mosque attack gunman’s sentencing

Article – RNZ

There is still no date for the sentencing of Brenton Tarrant over the March 15 mosque attacks.


Tarrant last month admitted charges against him at the High Court in Christchurch. Photo: RNZ / Simon Rogers

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Investigators From Kiwi Science Alliance Tackling COVID-19 With New Research Projects

Press Release – One Health Aotearoa

A global pandemic like COVID-19 was a matter of ‘when not if’ according to a diverse group of Kiwi scientists who formed an alliance almost a decade ago in anticipation for such an eventuality. Read more »

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