Day: March 23, 2020

Govt takes significant economic decisions as NZ readies for Alert Level 4 in COVID-19 fight

The Government is announcing significant further support for the economy, workers and businesses as the country unites to prepare for Alert Level 4 in the fight against COVID-19. Cabinet today agreed to remove the cap on the Government’s wage subsidy scheme, which will inject a further $4 billion into the economy over the next eleven weeks. In addition: The Government is expediting urgent work on new income support measures for all workers above and beyond

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Waikato’s Choice Rides are the leading provider of quality and comfortable transport services.

As the new kids on the block, Waikato’s Choice Rides are working hard to make sure that they become the number one choice for all your transportation needs. Choice rides is built on a simple philosophy. it’s all about your choice. It’s your choice of driver, choice of cars and choice of destinations. Ideal for all your transport needs, Choice Rides offer you comfortable and hassle-free personal Auckland airport transfers, personal drop off and pickup,

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Don’t go on unprotected, why your business needs a crisis management plan.

In these ever-uncertain coronavirus times, businesses around the world are finding themselves ill-equipped to face the consequences. Big, medium or small, all businesses need a well-thought our crisis management plan in place. If you are certain about weather your business needs a crisis management ask yourself these questions. In the event of a crisis can you handle questions from media, your employees and other stakeholders? Do you know how to protect your company’s reputation? And

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Don’t go on unprotected, why your business needs a crisis management plan.

In these ever-uncertain coronavirus times, businesses around the world are finding themselves ill-equipped to face the consequences. Big, medium or small, all businesses need a well-thought our crisis management plan in place. If you are certain about whether your business needs a crisis management plan ask yourself these questions. In the event of a crisis can you handle questions from media, your employees and other stakeholders? Do you know how to protect your company’s reputation?

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Hamilton City Council is making changes to community facilities and programmes from tomorrow (Saturday 21 March) following the Government’s new limits on mass gatherings.

Hamilton City Council is making changes to community facilities and programmes from tomorrow (Saturday 21 March) following the Government’s new limits on mass gatherings. Indoor gatherings are now limited to a maximum of 100 people and the Government is urging ‘social distancing’ – maintaining a space of two metres between people. The restrictions are designed to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Chief Executive Richard Briggs says the Council is focused on keeping the community and

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