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9 Jul 2020 12:53
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  •   Home > News > Environment

    An Auckland Council member believes more could be done to help businesses struggling in drought

    An Auckland Council member believes more could be done to help businesses struggling in drought


    Non-potable water has been made available in Wiri, Albany and Penrose to help water blasting and building cleaning companies, while the city is under strict water restrictions.

    Albany representative John Watson says businesses are already under extreme pressure due to the Covid-19.

    He says these businesses are currently hanging on for grim life.

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