Daylight Saving in New Zealand
Daylight saving is where the clock goes forward a certain time to make the day longer in summer. The first daylight saving time system was introduced in New Zealand in 1927 and several changes have been made since then. Currently clocks go forward one hour on the last Sunday of September and stay that way until the first Sunday of April the following year when normal time is resumed. It’s always a Sunday as people forget and won’t be late for work!