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    Another two people have been charged, in relation to anti-Covid lockdown protests at Auckland Domain

    Another two people have been charged, in relation to anti-Covid lockdown protests at Auckland Domain


    A 44-year-old woman and a 36-year-old man are due in the Auckland District Court on November 11.

    They're charged with organising and attending mass gatherings held on October 2 and 16, in breach of Alert level Three restrictions.

    Police aren't ruling out further enforcement action.

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