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Text Box: Daylight Savings 2019
Daylight Saving Time resumes again on 29 September
Daylight saving ends when clocks go back by 1 hour at 3am on 5 April 2020.
2020 school terms and holidays

Term 1 - 11 weeks Between Monday 27 January and Thursday 9 April (90-106 half days) 	
Term 2 - 10 weeks Tuesday 28  April  and Friday 3 July (96 half days) 	
Term 3 - 10 weeks Monday 20 July  and Friday 25 September (100 half days) 	
Term 4 - up to 10 weeks Monday 12 October  and  Friday 18 December (98 half days)*
 
Public holidays 2019

New Year's Day — Tuesday 1 January 
Day after New Year's Day — Wednesday 2 January 
Waitangi Day — Wednesday 6 February 
Good Friday — Friday 19 April 
Easter Monday — Monday 22 April 
ANZAC Day — Thursday 25 April
Queen's Birthday — Monday 3 June
Labour Day — Monday 28 October
Christmas Day — Wednesday 25 December
Boxing Day — Thursday 26 December

Public holidays 2020
New Year's Day — Wednesday 1 January 
Day after New Year's Day — Thursday 2 January 
Waitangi Day — Thursday 6 February 
Good Friday — Friday 10 April 
Easter Monday — Monday 13 April 
ANZAC Day — Saturday 25 April or Monday 27 April
Queen's Birthday — Monday 1 June
Labour Day — Monday 26 October
Christmas Day — Friday 25 December
Boxing Day — Saturday 26 December or Monday 28 December


Seasons
Scallop season Open 1 September to 31 March inclusive. 
Auckland includes Northland, Waikato and the Bay of Plenty. The open season is 1 September to 31 March inclusive. 
For scallops, measure the greatest diameter of the shell. Minimum size 100mm.
Daily limit of 20 per person.
Duck Shooting  Closed Sat 4th

AUCKLAND/WAIKATO FISH AND GAME REGION        
Game That May  be Hunted or Killed—Duration of 2019  Season
Grey/mallard duck 4 May  to 3 Jun 2019  10 per day
Shooting hours are 6.30am to 6.30 

Whitebait 15 August and 30 November  Closed

Whitebait Fishing season 
DOC Whitebait regulations 
North Island  New Zealand the season is open from 15 August and 30 November (inclusive). 
Fishing is only permitted between 5am and 8pm OR between 6am and 9pm when New Zealand Daylight Saving is being observed.
Fishing gear Fishing gear includes all nets, screens, lines, devices or things which are used to take whitebait or are capable of being used to take whitebait. Whitebait nets should not have a mouth larger than 4.5 metres measured on the inside of the net frame; have framing material that is wider than 120mm; or be longer than 3.5m in length.
No person can set or use more than one whitebait net at a time.
No fishing gear should exceed more than one third of the water channel width, exceed six metres in total length.
Every person who sets or uses a whitebait net must remain within 10 metres of the net.

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