Daylight Savings to end this Sunday, Clocks turn back one hour

Daylight Savings to end this Sunday, Clocks turn back one hour

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Daylight Savings is expected to come to an end on Sunday, April 4.

People are being reminded to set their clocks back by one hour. NZ Standard Time will go back one hour at 3am.

During Daylight Savings, the country is on ‘New Zealand daylight time’ meaning it is one hour ahead of New Zealand standard time.

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Modern devices like your cellphone can automatically adjust the time. Older devices most likely need to be adjusted manually.

While adjusting clocks and devices, it is a good time to check emergency plans, survival kits and smoke alarms.


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