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Covid 19 coronavirus: Schools and sports fields given 'urgent maintenance' lockdown exemption

New Zealand Herald Thursday, 9 April 2020
Urgent maintenance on deteriorating turf in schools and sports facilities around New Zealand has been given a lockdown exemption by the Government this afternoon. Until today, school and sports facilities had been exempt from the...
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