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Minimising the spread of COVID-19 within workplaces is important to ensure employees are kept safe and well at work, while also ensuring other obligations are met.

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In the Community

Congratulations to the Stingrays

Many of us think about making plans in preparation for when we die. But what happens if you lose your ability to make your own decisions or to properly look after yourself?

The Ministry for the Environment has released the Resource Management Review Panel’s issues and options paper.

The Panel seeks comments on the paper and proposes 44 specific questions to answer. It welcomes submissions until Monday 3 February 2020.
https://www.mfe.govt.nz/sites/default/files/media/RMA/comprehensive-review-of-the-resource-management-system-opportunities-for-change-issues-and-options-paper.pdf

In the Community
The Rotorua office won the inaugural Paint the Town Pink Challenge supporting the Rotorua Breast Cancer Trust.
On 4 November 2019 the Court of Appeal concluded in a controversial decision that regional councils can use the Resource Management Act 1991 (RMA) to control fishing in the coastal marine area.
In the Community
Ally McEldowney becomes President of the local branch of the NZ Institute of Legal Executives