The wellbeing of our young ones is high in considerations in the Beehive today. More bureaucracy comes into it, too, at first glimpse.
The Government is proposing “to make it easier” for local communities to set safe speed limits around schools to help kids get to and from school safely
But much speed-management planning will be required which (we imagine) can only mean more paper work.
Improved wellbeing would be the aim of other new initiatives –
- To make our borders even safer, the Government has created a new ‘very high risk country’ category that (it claims) will significantly reduce the number of infected people flying to New Zealand. The new category kicks in from 11.59pm on 28 April. Countries have initially been designated very high risk where there have been more than 50 cases of COVID-19 per 1000 arrivals to New Zealand from those countries in 2021, and where there are more than 15 travellers on average per month. India, Brazil, Papua New Guinea and Pakistan now meet that threshold.
- Housing Minister Megan Woods has opened a 167 unit apartment in Auckland’s Glen Eden and 83 transitional homes in Ōtahuhu.
Fair to say, the improved wellbeing of Kiwis -all of us or some of us – to some extent is the aim of other statements: Continue reading “The kids will be at school – so let’s check what the speed limit is just now and be sure we know when we can legally quicken the pace”