Author: Katherine

Covid 19 – Alert Level 1

 

We are pleased to confirm that, KW Legal has returned to Covid 19 – Alert Level 1.

Our offices are open to our clients and it is still business as usual.  Our hours are Monday to Friday, 9.00 am to 5.00 pm.  If you would like to see Katherine, Kim or Viv, you must make an appointment first.  

For your convenience we have a QR Code for the NZ Government Covid 19 Tracer App.  This is on display at reception.  On arrival please use the hand sanitiser and ring the bell.  

If you are unwell, we would appreciate you staying at home.

Looking forward to seeing you.

Noho ora mai / Stay well, look after yourself.

Covid – 19 – Level 1

KW Legal welcomes Covid 19 – Alert Level 1.

As Kiwis we have reached a milestone.  We have worked together, 5 million of us, to squash Covid 19 in our lovely country.

We are pleased to advise that our offices are open as normal from 9 June 2020.  Our usual hours are Monday to Friday, 9.00 am to 5.00 pm.

For your convenience we have a QR Code for the NZ Government Covid 19 Tracer App.  This is with Shona at reception.  You are also welcome to use our hand sanitiser.

We look forward to meeting with our clients again.  Please don’t forget, if you want to see Katherine, Kim or Viv, you must make an appointment first.      

Looking forward to the new normal under Alert Level 1.

Noho ora mai / Stay well, look after yourself.

 

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Ngā mihi o te tau hou / Greetings for the New Year

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