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B Wise, B Ready For Y2K

Published: Mon 26 Jul 1999 01:48 PM
Auckland City Council - City Scene
A little bit of planning, a little bit of thought; that's all it will take for most people to be ready for Y2K.
A national advertising campaign, advising people to "B Y2K Wise" begins this week and in late August, all households will receive a brochure giving them guidelines on how to prepare for the event. Mayor Christine Fletcher says she is pleased the city is taking Y2K seriously.
"Preparations being taken will mean that it is unlikely there will be major problems.
"We are also suggesting that residents take Y2K seriously and take time to plan and prepare. People should look out for the information in their letterboxes in late August from the Government's Y2K Readiness Commission and if they have any further questions they should call Auckland City."

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