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News

Keep up to date with the latest news and announcements. Here, you can also access tips and advice columns from Te Waka and experts from the Waikato Business Support advisory panel.

  1. Waikato Economic Position and Forecast

    As the affects of COVID-19 continue to play havoc with the economy, uncertainty prevails. Alongside Te Waka’s Economic Radar tracking we continue to seek and provide quality information and reports that relate to the Waikato’s economy.

  2. Te Waka Economic Radar 17 June 2020

    Charts in this week’s Radar show some improvement and stabilisation of trends from last week, detailed in this report.

  3. Te Waka Economic Radar 10 June 2020

    Today marks the country’s second day at Alert Level 1. Charts in this week’s Radar show some significant improvement from last week, detailed in this report.

  4. Te Waka Economic Radar 3 June 2020

    Today marks the end of the country’s third week at Alert Level 2. Te Waka, with the support of Waikato Regional Council Economists Blair Keenan and Sarah MacKay, continues to collate data to gauge what is happening in the Waikato economy.

  5. Te Waka Economic Radar 27 May 2020

    As at today, the country has been at Alert Level 2 status for two weeks. Te Waka, with the support of Waikato Regional Council Economists Blair Keenan and Sarah MacKay, continues to collate data to gauge what is happening in the Waikato economy.

  6. Te Waka Economic Radar 20 May 2020

    Charts in this week’s Radar show some significant improvement from last week, detailed in this report. We expect to see further improvement as businesses/individuals in the country and Waikato region phase-in the ‘less restrictive’ Alert Level 2 environment.

  7. Te Waka Economic Radar 13 May 2020

    As announced earlier this week, the country is to shift to Alert Level 2 on Thursday 14 May 2020.

  8. Te Waka Economic Radar 6 May 2020

    As we experience our second week at Alert Level 3 with new rules and responsibilities for Health and Safety and eagerly await announcements for a return to Alert Level 2.

  9. Building our Business Forcefield

    We have just emerged from what many will hope was the last lockdown we ever experience. If the last four weeks have taught us anything at all, it is to expect and be prepared for the totally unexpected.

  10. Te Waka Economic Radar 29 April 2020

    As this week we move to Alert Level 3 with new rules and responsibilities for Health and Safety, Te Waka, with the support of Waikato Regional Council Economist Blair Keenan, continues to collate data to gauge what is happening in the Waikato economy.

  11. Rising up to the ‘Mighty Local’ challenge in Level 3

    Waikato residents are stepping up to support their “Mighty Locals” as the region rallies to support businesses hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.

  12. Te Waka pushes for completion of key Waikato infrastructure projects

    Ensuring connected communities critical to drive growth, employment and wellbeing.