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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Police are following up with a woman in Auckland who reportedly cut tape off a playground to let her children play on it

    Police are following up with a woman in Auckland who reportedly cut tape off a playground to let her children play on it


    A video's circulating showing an interaction between two officers and the woman in Browns Bay, on the North Shore.

    Police say further action can't be ruled out.

    Between 6am Sunday and 6pm Wednesday, police received nine hundred-and-17 notifications of 105 possible Covid-19 alert level 3 breaches in Auckland.

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