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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Brian Tamaki has been charged three times over his attendance at Auckland Domain anti-lockdown protests

    Brian Tamaki has been charged three times over his attendance at Auckland Domain anti-lockdown protests


    He pleaded not guilty to all of the charges, including allegations he violated the conditions of his bail.

    Police have also been investigating a Christchurch rally against vaccination mandates and lockdowns which Brian Tamaki attended earlier this month.

    A family spokesperson says the event was a "family picnic" -- not a protest.

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