Public opinion sought on Local Alcohol Policy

Auckland Council Press Release Friday, February 10, 2017 Progress on the Provisional Auckland Council Local Alcohol Policy (LAP) continues this month with dates now set for formal appeal hearings. The Alcohol Regulatory and Licensing Authority (ARLA) will hold public hearings at the Auckland District Court over three weeks, commencing on Monday, February 13. Auckland Council welcomes this announcement as once…

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Have your say on fixed line services

Supplied Content Wellington, February 10, 2017 Communications Minister Simon Bridges today confirmed details of the government’s new approach to regulating fixed line communications services from 2020, and released a consultation paper which seeks feedback on the regulation of the copper network. “We need a modern communications regime that reflects our increasingly digital world and that delivers better broadband for New…

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Indian High Commission moves to new premises

Supplied Content Wellington, Thursday, February 9, 2017 The High Commission of India will shift to new premises in Wellington, a press notification issued this afternoon said. All offices of the High Commission will be located at Level 2, Ranchhod Tower, 102-112, Lambton Quay, Wellington. It can also be accessed from 39, The Terrace. The relocation will commence on February 24…

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Special Classes on the world’s major religions announced

Supplied Content Hamilton, Thursday, February 9, 2017 The Religious Diversity Centre of Aotearoa New Zealand has announced the first Programme in its ‘Raising Religious Literacy’ series beginning on February 13, 2017 and concluding on December 14, 2017. The Classes will be offered over four terms in Auckland and Hamilton. Auckland sessions will be held on Monday evenings and classes in…

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