It’s time to say goodbye to an hour of sleep, as New Zealand welcomes summer at night.
Daylight Saving Time source: istock.com
The clocks will advance one hour from two in the morning on Sunday, giving people one more hour to enjoy the outdoors before it gets dark in the evening.
Daylight saving time in New Zealand begins each year on the last Sunday in September and ends at 3:00 on the first Sunday in April.
Fire and Emergency NZ urges kiwis to use change to remind the safety of their homes.
This is especially important for Aucklanders who will spend more time at home due to alert level 3.
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New Zealand hosts daylight saving time this Sunday, but Te Anau wants it all year round. Source: Seven Sharp
Fires and emergencies urge people to check their smoke detection batteries, their cleanliness, expiration date and location.
Daylight saving time will end on April 3, 2022.