Japanese Restaurant Edo in Hamilton

Dear valued customers, With the COVID-19 level dropping down to level 2, EDO Japanese Restaurant will start serving customers in the restaurant in the restaurant from 14 May 2020 ( this Thursday) . We are also pleased to announce that we are now on-license for supply and sale alcohol. We will provide various types of alcohol, including sake, white wine, red wine, beer and other low alcoholic drink in the restaurant. Meanwhile, we are continuing ensuring the health and safety of our customers and staff. Along with our ongoing commitment to maintaining the cleanliness in our restaurant, we have also implemented numbers of additional and proactive Health and Safety measures in-store to ensure we can continue to provide you with the best and safest experience. These measures include: · Our facilities, including the front door, tables and counter will be sanitized regularly – every 1-2 hours · Hand sanitizer is available to be used at the counter for all the customers · We wil…
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COVID-19 status update for the Real Estate industry

No doubt many of you will have listened to the Prime Minister’s update this evening which has announced that there are 4 cases of COVID-19 in Auckland from an unknown source. As a result, Auckland is moving to Level 3 as of midday tomorrow for 3 days and the rest of New Zealand is moving to Alert Level 2. This means that for Aucklanders (Wellsford to Pukekohe) Physical distancing of 2m again comes into effect Gatherings of more than 10 people are again restricted in Auckland Travelling into Auckland is not allowed unless you live there and are going home Everyone, except for essential workers, should work from home All schools and childcare centres will be closed from tomorrow morning, and Police roadblocks coming into Auckland will be in place from midday tomorrow Please re-fresh yourself with the Level 3 guidelines to ensure you are up to date with what real estate activity can occur at Level 3. Please note, that it is likely that the wearing of masks will be comp…
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An Open Letter To Returning Kiwis

You ARE special. You were born in New Zealand. That alone makes you rare, in this world of 7.8 billion. At some stage, for any of a thousand reasons, you left your home country. Perhaps for adventure, or love, for opportunities to study, or work, or live in a bigger, brighter city. Perhaps you were bored here, or your life wasn’t what you wanted it to be. Or maybe you didn’t have a choice, or the choice was not yours to make. And now you want to come home. You are welcome. Your country awaits you. We are special too. We have stayed, and worked, and played, and lately, we have suffered. We have had our freedom curtailed, our incomes reduced, the things we took for granted taken away. We have had loved ones die, and not been able to attend their funerals. We have had others sick, and not been able to comfort them. We have had our children graduate, unable to have ceremonies. We have had weddings with ten guests, where there would have been 100+. We have suffered, and, mayb…
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Support Local Businesses Through COVID-19

Neighbourlink is here you help during these trying and uncertain times of Covid-19, in an effort to further support our local businesses here in New Zealand we are offering you free advertising until the 1st of June. Just login or register a free account and list your business or service here on Neighbourlink.

Use coupon code: COVID19

Us kiwis need to help each other out and this free listing will enable your business to be seen by everyone who views or searches up your business type on Neighbourlink.

Let's help each other by sharing this with any groups or owners so they can still have their name out there, so they are accessible during the lockdown.

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Covid 19 coronavirus alert: New Zealand to move to alert 4 lockdown for next four weeks

Schools and non-essential services across New Zealand will be closed for at least the next four weeks after the Government put the country in nationwide lockdown to try to stop the spread of coronavirus. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern acknowledged the magnitude of the measures as she announced them today, but said they could save the lives of tens of thousands of New Zealanders. The country's coronavirus alert level would be raised to level 3 immediately. In 48 hours the alert level would be raised to level 4 - "stay at home" instruction, schools and businesses closed except essential services, severely limited travel - and will remain in place for a minimum of four weeks. The Prime Minister's Office has confirmed that Alert Level 4 will take effect from 11.59pm on Wednesday. Essential services would still be open at both alert levels, she said. "Kiwis - go home ... If in doubt, don't go out," Ardern said of level 4. WHAT LEVEL 4 MEANS Once level 4 is in pl…
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