Advice for the Auckland region:
EVACUATION | Aotea / Great Barrier Island
Coastal inundation (flooding of land areas) is expected on Great Barrier Island. Local response plans have been activated and residents have been evacuated to higher ground.
STAY AWAY FROM COASTAL AREAS | Rest of Auckland
Strong and unusual currents and unpredictable surges near the shore are expected in the following areas. This means a threat to beach, harbour, estuary and small boat activities.
West Coast of Auckland
East Coast of Auckland
On Wednesday the 21st of April we will be running a special school holiday event for adults and children - baking on our Victorian coal range.
Numbers are limited to six in total at each session, so booking is essential - there are two sessions:
1. 10:45 to 11:15 – at the table
2. 11:45 to 12:15 – at the table
Parents can choose to bake alongside their children, additional charge of $5 on top of the $10 entry charge, or can supervise their children, normal entry charge applies.
The session includes about 30 minutes in the kitchen with our volunteer cooks making Blueberry Muffins, then there is time to look around the house while your baking is in the oven, which should be ready after about 30 minutes.
The price includes entry to the house, either before your booked time or after your baking session.
A maximum of two children per adult.
Because of Health and Safety concerns this activity is only suitable for school-age children 5 years and older.
Vegan option available. No other dietary alternatives are available.
To book email: email@example.com or call - 09 524 5729.
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The Government has announced plans to get Auckland's light rail project back on track.
Transport Minister Michael Wood has revealed plans to set up a new working group to create a business case for the project.
It will have six months to provide the Government with information on a preferred route, along with costs and funding options for the rapid transit system from Auckland's CBD to the Auckland International Airport.
The working group will comprise representatives from the Ministry of Transport, Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency, Auckland Council, Auckland Transport and Maori, Wood said.
Which route would you prefer for the light rail project?
What do you think of the delays in getting the project back on track?
How will the rapid transit system to the airport benefit you?
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