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6 Dec 2021 9:48
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  •   Home > News > Accident and Emergency

    Close to ten-thousand vehicles have been turned away from Covid border checkpoints

    Close to ten-thousand vehicles have been turned away from Covid border checkpoints .. .out of almost 800-thousand vehicles stopped at Auckland's northern and southern boundaries


    Yesterday, 167 vehicles were turned around.

    Nearly 46-thousand heavy vehicles have been stopped and one-thousand-264 turned around.

    Since Alert Level 3 came in, 28 people have been charged - most for failing to comply with a Covid-19 order.

    29 people have been formally warned.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

     Other Accident and Emergency News
     06 Dec: A teenage boy killed in an early morning assault in Christchurch is being fondly remembered
     06 Dec: Torrential rain has closed part of a major highway on the West Coast
     05 Dec: A homicide investigation in underway after the death of a teenager who was assaulted in Christchurch yesterday morning
     05 Dec: Police have been at the scene of a serious crash on the Christchurch Southern Motorway in Rolleston
     05 Dec: Emergency management is keeping a close eye on South Westland as heavy rain continues to fall across the area
     05 Dec: State Highway 5 has been closed at Wairakei, in the Taupo District, following a serious crash near Palmer Mill Road
     05 Dec: Two people have been rescued after falling down a walking track in Wellington
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     Today's News

    Politics:
    Christopher Luxon is facing his first big test as National leader -- in his selection of a new shadow cabinet 9:33

    Law and Order:
    A teenage boy killed in an early morning assault in Christchurch is being fondly remembered 9:33

    Soccer:
    Sam Kerr brace leads Chelsea to Women's FA Cup glory over Arsenal at Wembley 8:53

    Rugby:
    Skier Alice Robinson has achieved the second best World Cup Super G result of her career at the season-opening race in Canada 8:33

    Education:
    Many students will be banking on already completed work this year, as they skip NCEA exams in high numbers 8:33

    Tennis:
    Andrey Rublev and Daniil Medvedev have both taken out their singles rubbers in straight sets, as you heard on sky Sport, meaning the doubles rubber is dead 8:03

    Business:
    People may need a reality check when it comes to housing 8:03

    Business:
    Auckland businesses are still missing out on a chunk of revenue - they're open, but stuck on the red 7:54

    International:
    Omicron was already spreading in the Netherlands before it had a name. Could it have European origins? 7:43

    Health & Safety:
    Christchurch Hospital has been swamped with alcohol-related cases this weekend 7:33


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