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  • 22 Dec 2020 4:02 PM | Sally-Anne Coates (Administrator)

    Off the back of a nationwide fee-relief program, APRA has extended Event Promoters a 10% discount on their music licence fees over summer 2020-21.

    Event Promoters running Promoted Music Events need to submit their reports within 14 days of the event and settle their licence fees by the due date and their promoted music event, if held between 1 December 2020 and 31 March 2021, will qualify for the discount.

    Greer Davies, Director of OneMusic NZ said

    "Live music - the lifeblood of our industry - has been decimated. We want to help to get events back at a time when New Zealanders are on the move and hanging out for a live music event to make their summer break memorable.

    By asking event promoters to submit their set lists and pay on time, we can help royalties flow to music creators quicker than ever in this difficult time."

    Event Promoters do not need to apply for this discount. If their promoted music event qualifies and they pay on time, APRA will automatically apply the 10% discount.

    The discount will apply to all these promoters who license any promoted music event with APRA and that event is held 1 December 2020 - 31 March 2021. This includes those customers that have already submitted an application to us.

  • 2 Sep 2020 12:58 PM | Sally-Anne Coates (Administrator)
    • For the latest legislation around mass gatherings you need to refer  to the Public Health Order which can be found here.
    • A more user-friendly interpretation of the guidelines as they relate to events and venues can be found here on the Major Events website.
  • 11 Aug 2020 9:58 PM | Sally-Anne Coates (Administrator)

    As of 12 noon on Wednesday 12 August, Auckland will move to Alert Level 3. The rest of New Zealand will move to Alert Level 2. This is until midnight on Friday, at this stage.

    What does this mean for Auckland?

    Under Alert Level 3, you are encouraged work from home if you can.

    If you are currently in Auckland and do not live in Auckland, we suggest that you go home and follow the Alert Level 2 guidance. We recommend that you keep your bubble small.

    Businesses are able to open, but should not physically interact with customers. Essential services - healthcare, justice services and businesses providing necessities are able to open. Bars and restaurants should close (takeaways allowed).

    Schools in Auckland should close, except for children of essential workers. We encourage students to learn from home if possible.

    Maintain physical distancing of 2 metres outside your home, including on public transport and it is highly recommended that you wear a mask if you are out and about.

    Public transport can continue to operate with strict health and safety requirements (physical distancing and wearing a mask)

    Public venues should close. This includes libraries, museums, cinemas, food courts, gyms, pools, playgrounds and markets.

    Gatherings of up to 10 people can continue, but only for wedding services, funerals and tangihanga. Physical distancing and public health measures should be maintained.

    Inter-regional travel is highly limited to, for example, essential workers, with limited exemptions for others.

    People at high risk of severe illness such as older people and those with existing medical conditions are encouraged to stay at home where possible, and take additional precautions when leaving home.

    What does this mean for the rest of New Zealand?

    The rest of New Zealand will go into Alert Level 2 on 12 noon on Wednesday 12 August. You will still be able to go to work and school, with physical distancing. Wear masks if you can in public.

    No more than 100 people at gatherings, including weddings, birthdays, funerals and tangihanga.

    Businesses can open to the public if they are following public health guidance, which include physical distancing and record keeping.

    People at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19, for example those with underlying medical conditions and old people are encouraged to take additional precautions when leaving home.

    Practice good hygiene - stay home if sick.

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