The annual Ōtāhuhu Food Festival, which was supposed to take place on September 25 with around 120 food stalls, has now been postponed until November 6 due to the alert level 4 lockdown, Stuff reports. The 2020 event was cancelled because of roadworks in the town’s mainstreet and the impact of Covid-19. The Ōtāhuhu Business Association co-ordinates the festival and town centre manager Richette Rodger said it normally attracts 10-15,000 people. “In the end we thought it was better to be safe than sorry. So we’ve pushed it out to the first weekend in November.”