Published: 29 March 2021
Last Updated: 31 March 2021
In 2018 Napier City Council decided to give retailers the option of trading on Easter Sunday.
The decision was made at a hearing before Council, where 177 submitters spoke to the proposed policy.
A number of key themes were identified in the submissions for the policy, the main ones being that retailers should be given the freedom of choice, it’s good for the economy, tourism and vibrancy, and not everybody observes this as a religious holiday.
For more information, go to - Napier Easter Sunday Trading Policy.
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