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20/01/2022: NORTHLAND MOVES TO ORANGE ON THE TRAFFIC LIGHT SYSTEM

Submitted by admin2 on Thu, 20/01/2022 - 12:00am

Northland is moving to Orange from 11.59pm tonight. The rest of New Zealand remains at Orange.

Vaccination rates have continued to increase in Northland, reaching 89% first dose and 86% second dose, while the easing of the Auckland boundary over summer has also not driven an increase in cases in the Northland region.

You can read more about life at Orange here: https://covid19.govt.nz/traffic-lights/life-at-orange/

16/01/2022: TSUNAMI ADVISORY UPDATE

Submitted by admin2 on Sun, 16/01/2022 - 11:43am

UPDATE 10AM Sunday 16 January:
The national advisory for strong and unusual currents and unpredictable surges at the shore has been extended to include the west coast of the South Island.
This morning we have also received reports of surge activity on Northland's west coast so continue to advise people to stay away from beaches and shorelines on both of Northland's coasts.
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UPDATE 7.30AM Sunday 16 January:

15/01/2022: NATIONAL ADVISORY: TSUNAMI ACTIVITY – EXPECT STRONG AND UNUSUAL CURRENTS AND UNPREDICTABLE SURGES AT THE SHORE

Submitted by admin2 on Sat, 15/01/2022 - 11:45pm

We expect New Zealand coastal areas on the north and east coast of the North Island and the Chatham Islands to experience strong and unusual currents and unpredictable surges at the shore following a large volcanic eruption at Hunga-Tonga-Hunga-Ha'pai in Tonga.

Strong currents and surges can injure and drown people. There is a danger to swimmers, surfers, people fishing, small boats and anyone in or near the water close to shore.

15/01/2022: COVID-19 UPDATE FROM NORTHLAND DHB FOR NORTHLAND

Submitted by admin2 on Sat, 15/01/2022 - 11:42pm

There are two new cases to report in the Kaikohe area today. They are from the same household and are in isolation. Investigations are underway to determine how they are linked to the current outbreak. There is a pop up COVID-19 testing and vaccination clinic in the main street of Kaikohe Sunday 16 January - 10am until 2pm.

15/01/2022: TE RŪNANGA-A-IWI O NGĀTI KAHU – NOTICE OF HUI-A-MARAMA

Submitted by admin2 on Sat, 15/01/2022 - 11:37pm

Date: Saturday 22 January 2022
Time: 10am
Host: Operational Leader
Venue: Online Zoom
To receive the zoom link:
(a) Send an email to nkregistrar@ngatikahu.iwi.nz
(b) Put ‘HUI-A-MARAMA’ in the subject line
(c) The invitation link will be sent to the email provided
Agenda
 Karakia
 Mihimihi
 Morning tea
 He Hakapāha – Apologies
 Karanga Ingoa – Roll call
 Hakamaharatanga – memorials
 Minutes of meeting held 27th November 2021

14/01/2022: KAIMAUMAU - WAIHARARA FIRE UPDATE

Submitted by admin2 on Fri, 14/01/2022 - 11:35pm

Ex-tropical cyclone Cody has brought wind speeds of 20-30kph and gusts of 50-60kph today. This wind has created flare ups on the fire ground and we’re currently experiencing a flare up to the north of the fire ground that is visible from a distance.

This flare up is safely within our control and containment lines. It is an area of the fire we’re allowing to burn to reduce fuel that we had planned to burn in the future.

Anyone affected by the smoke should keep their windows and doors shut and, if experiencing any health issues, call Healthline on 0800 611 116.

14/01/2022: COVID-19 UPDATE FROM NORTHLAND DHB FOR NORTHLAND

Submitted by admin2 on Fri, 14/01/2022 - 11:29pm

Morena, If you haven’t already, we recommend a review of your outbreaks plans for your whanau from an Omicron perspective and any business continuity planning for your businesses or other roopu.
There was one new Location of Interest notified on 11 January - Otehei Bay, Urapukapuka Island, Bay of Islands - Wednesday 05 January - 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm. Self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms for 10 days after you were exposed. If symptoms develop, get a test and stay at home until you get a negative test result.

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