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  •   Home > News > Business

    An Auckland pizzeria owner isn't sure his business will survive another lockdown

    An Auckland pizzeria owner isn't sure his business will survive another lockdown


    The city is in Alert Level 3 restrictions following new community cases over the weekend.

    It means all bars, restaurants and cafes cannot serve customers on their premises.

    Dino Robertson owns Favore Pizza at the Ponsonby International Food Court, and says it's another unfortunate setback.

    He says he's tried his hardest to keep his doors open, as he only opened up a month before the first lockdown last year.

    Dino Robertson says he doesn't know how much longer his business will survive.

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