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= Airport to Venue =
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== Emergency numbers ==
Auckland airport has busses, shuttles and taxis available.  Note that the Auckland domestic and international airports are about 1 km apart, so ensure you take order a taxi to the correct location.
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* http://www.aucklandairport.co.nz/ToAndFromTheAirport/PublicTransport/TaxisAndShuttles.aspx
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== Airbus ==
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'''The phone number in New Zealand for all emergencies is 111'''. This connects you to the police, ambulance and fire service.
* Cost $16 one way
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* http://www.airbus.co.nz/
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* add route
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== Shuttles ==
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You can call 111 free from cellphones, landlines and phone boxes. Note: you can still call 111 even if you've run out of money on your cellphone.
* Cost $33 per person, one way.
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* https://www.supershuttle.co.nz/Default.aspx
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== Taxi ==
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== Non-emergencies ==
* $75-$90
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* http://taxi.co.nz (pre-paid taxi)
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For non-emergency calls to the police (for example, when a burglary has already taken place and the burglars are no longer at the scene), call Auckland City District Headquarters on +64 9 302 6400. Or you can go to the city station located at the corner of Cook and Vincent Streets in central Auckland.
  
= Around Auckland =
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== Incidents on the University campus ==
  
== Central City Busses ==
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If an incident takes place on the University campus you can telephone University Security on +64 9 373 7599 extension 85000, or dial 85000 directly if you use an internal University telephone.
  
The [https://at.govt.nz/bus-train-ferry/bus-services/link-bus-service/ LINK busses] loop around the city anti-clockwise.  There are three routes all at a reasonable price:
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== Medical Emergancies ==
* City LINK - Red, $0.50, every 7-10 minutes.  This goes up and down Queen St.
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* Inner LINK - Green, $2, every 10-15 minutes.  This goes around the CBD (Central Business Area) and out to New Market.
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* Outer LINK - Orange, $2 to $4, every 15 minutes.  This goes up and down Queen St.
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== Busses going further ==
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The Auckland Hostipal has an Emergency Department.  Note: this may come at a cost to non-residents.
  
There are many other busses that go out to the suburbs, see the [https://at.govt.nz/bus-train-ferry/ Auckland Transport (AT) website] for more details. 
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Phone: (09) 367 0000
  
'''Tip:''' Google maps directions work well with the Auckland Transport system.
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Website: http://www.adhb.govt.nz
  
= Parking at venue =
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Address:
Link to FAQ question
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  Auckland City Hospital
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  2 Park Road
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  Grafton

Revision as of 21:21, 3 September 2014

Emergency numbers

The phone number in New Zealand for all emergencies is 111. This connects you to the police, ambulance and fire service.

You can call 111 free from cellphones, landlines and phone boxes. Note: you can still call 111 even if you've run out of money on your cellphone.

Non-emergencies

For non-emergency calls to the police (for example, when a burglary has already taken place and the burglars are no longer at the scene), call Auckland City District Headquarters on +64 9 302 6400. Or you can go to the city station located at the corner of Cook and Vincent Streets in central Auckland.

Incidents on the University campus

If an incident takes place on the University campus you can telephone University Security on +64 9 373 7599 extension 85000, or dial 85000 directly if you use an internal University telephone.

Medical Emergancies

The Auckland Hostipal has an Emergency Department. Note: this may come at a cost to non-residents.

Phone: (09) 367 0000

Website: http://www.adhb.govt.nz

Address:

 Auckland City Hospital
 2 Park Road
 Grafton