Bicycle thieves on the loose in Christchurch, Police investigating

Bicycle thieves on the loose in Christchurch, Police investigating

Canterbury Police have asked people to remain vigilant while looking to buy bicycles online after a group of mischief thieves stole a number of bikes in the area over the last few weeks. Two responsible have so far been arrested for a large number of bicycle thiefts. Police are actively...

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Billy Te Kahika plans random ‘Urgent Emergency Action’ Anti-Lockdown protest

Billy Te Kahika plans random ‘Urgent Emergency Action’ Anti-Lockdown protest

Online influencer Billy Te Kahika has planned a random ‘urgent emergency action’ anti-lockdown protest over recent Community Cases that are isolated and not spreading the virus further. A flyer was posted to Mr Kahikas’ Facebook page indicating the protest will be at Aotea Square, in Auckland, on January 30. In-hopes...

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‘Citizen’ COVID-19 Checkpoints in Northland shut down by Authorities

‘Citizen’ COVID-19 Checkpoints in Northland shut down by Authorities

Authorities shut down fake COVID-19 Checkpoints that are not officially initiated by the Government following a series of failed negotiations between iwi and police. According to reports via NZ Herald, local iwi set up an ‘information centre’ on State Highway 1 south of Kawakawa on Thursday. It was set up...

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LIVE: COVID-19 1pm update on Case Numbers and Close Contacts 28.01.21

LIVE: COVID-19 1pm update on Case Numbers and Close Contacts 28.01.21

COVID-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins and Director-General of Health Dr. Ashley Bloomfield will hold a press briefing at 1 pm giving updates on latest case numbers and information regarding two recent returnees who tested positive for COVID-19 after leaving managed isolation.     Image: Gettyimages Video: Ministry of Health

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Facebook will no longer recommend Political Pages, Groups or Figures

Facebook will no longer recommend Political Pages, Groups or Figures

Facebook CEO Mark  Zuckerberg announced on Wednesday that the company would no longer recommend Political Pages, Groups or Figures to its users. Following the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, civic and political groups will no longer show up in recommended boxes to users while scrolling through newsfeeds,...

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Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says it would be ‘premature’ to go into lockdown

Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says it would be ‘premature’ to go into lockdown

Auckland’s Mayor, Phil Goff, said to Morning Report on Thursday that it would be premature to go into lockdown as of right now following two Returnees who left managed isolation and became COVID-19 positive; including the 56-year-old woman who was confirmed as a Northland Community Case on January 24. “It’s...

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Another Washington DC Police Officer who responded to Jan. 6 Capitol riots kills himself

Another Washington DC Police Officer who responded to Jan. 6 Capitol riots kills himself

A Capitol Police Officer who worked for the Washington, DC, police killed himself following riots on January 6. The Officer, Jefferey Smith, is one of the two cops to kill themselves after the riots.  Capitol Police Officer Howard Leibengood also committed suicide after the insurrection. One officer named Brian Sicknick...

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