$200,000 only a drop in the bucket - Havelock businesses

E rua rau mano taara kua tukuna e te kawanatanga me te kaunihera o Heretaunga hei āwhina i ngā pākihi i Maungawharau, i raru i te pātanga o te ngarara wai ki reira. Engari ko tā ētahi o aua pakihi he maramara pūtea noa.

He rua rau mano tāra te pūtea kua tukuna ki ngā pakihi o Maungawharau.

Hei tā te Koromatua o Heretaunga a Lawrence Yule, “We do not want a large big bureaucratic process we know businesses need some help we want to find a way effectively and quickly to provide that help and we're working on that from this afternoon on.”

He mea āwhina tēnei i te hunga mahi kai, te hunga kua pākino rawatia.

E ai ki rangatira o Wright & Co Cafe Havelock North a Liv Reynolds, “We're still having to boil water and the logistics behind that is a nightmare it's timely and it's costly and it's having a big impact.”

Ki konei ki te wharekai o Pipi kua heke te nama o a rātou kaihokohoko mā te whitu tekau ōrau, engari kei te āta hoki mai te kaihokohoko.

Hei tā te rangatira o Pipi Café Alexandra Tyler,”It's just the emotional stress you're trying to keep the staff, you know telling the staff, this is time, and we're of course worried about how long it's going to go on for.”

Hei tā te mema paremata o Nahinara i te rohe o Tukituki a Craig Foss, “The funding from the government is particularly about helping promotion the strong reputation of Havelock, Hastings and Hawkes Bay.”

Heoi, nā taua raru ka mōnenehu te ingoa o Maungawharau.

“There are a few businesses who export and who are already saying that they're taking the name Havelock off their products because people overseas don't want them,” hei tā Tyler.

Kāore rātou i te mōhio he aha te tūturutanga o te utu, ā, e matapaetia ana hei te mutunga o ngā mahi whakatewhatewha a te kawanatanga ka mōhio.