Wake Up Call: We do want some figgy pudding

Wake Up Call: We do want some figgy pudding
People are stocking up early. (Image: Deposit Photos)
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Summary Instead of world leaders parading Auckland’s streets, APEC’s leaders conference today features screens and empty rooms. Eight times the number of usual departures from MIQ will be seen this weekend when shortened MIQ stays come into force.APEC summit Auckland would normally have hosted some of the world’s most powerful people this week, with hotels and conference venues full. Today’s APEC leaders retreat features a virtual meeting chaired by NZ prime minister Jacinda Ardern, and a 3am media conference t...

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