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Wellington City Libraries, the online hub for every bubble

Wellington City Libraries (WCL) is helping people staying at home by adding more online services, which are available to everyone in the capital.

Mayor Boult urges people to stay inside, save lives

Queenstown Lakes District Mayor Jim Boult is strongly urging people to abide by the government’s rules and stay inside during the COVID-19 lockdown.

Continued support of lockdown will help save lives - Waikato Emergency Management

Feelings of uncertainty and not knowing exactly what to do is completely normal during lockdown, says Waikato Civil Defence and Emergency Management Group Controller Julian Snowball on day two of the national state of emergency across New Zealand.

Hamilton city announces 12-point recovery plan

Hamilton City Council has announced a sweeping 12-point plan to help the city withstand the economic and social ravages expected from COVID-19.

Tararua District Councils response to Covid 19

Well done Tararua District! It looks like the vast majority of us are following the Level 4 Alert rules, including maintaining good hygiene practices, social distancing and self-isolating if required. Level 4 Alert means:

People are instructed to stay at home

Dunedin City Council services continue into first lockdown weekend

Dunedin residents are being urged to do their "civic duty" - by staying home - while DCC staff and contractors continue to deliver a suite of essential services during the Covid-19 lockdown.

Selwyn District Council decisions

Council decisions - Wednesday 25 March

Draft Annual Plan adopted for consultation

ChildFund NZ's response to Covid-19 in the Pacific

- Supporting Kiribati - one of the Pacific region’s most densely-populated islands

- Staff on the ground in Kiribati to get important supplies and information to locals

- Life-saving hygiene kits and information are being disseminated to families in Kiribati

BNZ supports over 70s with dedicated phone team

Bank of New Zealand (BNZ) announced today it is supporting customers over the age of 70 with a dedicated phone support team offering shorter wait times and specialised service.

'Kiwis more worried by financial well-being than initial 4 weeks lockdown'

Overnight research from Opinion Compare reveals how Kiwis are feeling about the lockdown, the potential impact to their day-to-day lives and general concerns as the New Zealand population enters the unchartered territory of the Covid-19 pandemic.