Wellington campus open under caution



Photos of the Museum Building roof taken by Information
Technology Services support analyst Chris Harris.

The Wellington campus remains open under caution today due to severe weather conditions. All scheduled exams are going ahead.

Staff and students are urged to take care when travelling to campus, to expect traffic delays and listen to the radio for traffic and transportation updates and road closures or check the Wellington Region Emergency Management Office website.

Students sitting exams today in Wellington, Lower Hutt and the South Island are urged to attend but if it is not possible to do so safely they should email the exams office on
exams@massey.ac.nz or phone 0800-Massey. Staff are encouraged to advise their manager of their plans whether staying at home or travelling to the office.

Damage from the weather to the campus include a section of butynol sealing detaching from the Museum Building roof, a fence beside Te Kuratini Marae blown down, a section of flashing off the block 7 roof and fallen trees in Wallace St.

The start of the Wellington LUX light festival has been postponed until tomorrow night due to the weather. Some artworks need repairs and the organisers decided it was safer not to encourage people to come out tonight.

The festival will now run from Saturday to Monday nights inclusive.

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