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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    Auckland businesses are still missing out on a chunk of revenue - they're open, but stuck on the red

    Auckland businesses are still missing out on a chunk of revenue - they're open, but stuck on the red


    The traffic light system has seen bars, cafes and restaurants open across the city for the first time in months.

    People are required to use their vaccine passes for these places.

    Hospitality New Zealand Auckland President Jamie Freeman says bars have to wrap things up around 11pm rather than 3 or 4am.

    He says we need to get back to orange or green ... because at red, some bars are trading at below 40 percent.

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