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Wake Up Call: Auckland gets back on site

Staff reporters
Wed, 22 Sep 2021

Compliance on Australian work sites has been weak. (Image: Deposit Photos)
Staff reporters
Wed, 22 Sep 2021
Summary Midnight queues of cars outside fast food joints marked a return to takeaways and also a return to work for hundreds of thousands of Aucklanders staffing retailers opening for click and collect, food outlets and construction sites. The Chinese housing market teeters as China reopens after a two-day public holiday to face the threat of giant property company Evergrande’s collapse.Back to work It’s back to work today on construction sites around Auckland and queues for good coffee and takeaways as the city moves to level...

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