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21 Sep 2019 7:01
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  •   Home > News > Accident and Emergency

    If you see what looks like an emergency event in the manukau Harour in the next few days, don't be alarmed, it's likely to be a training exercise

    If you see what looks like an emergency event in the manukau Harour in the next few days, don't be alarmed, it's likely to be a training exercise


    Police along with Land Search and Rescue Volunteers, Coast Guard and Surf Life Saving are involved in an exercise running from tonight until Sunday 15th September.

    Members of the public may notice increased activity, including helicopters in the area.

    Police want to reassure tpeople there is no threat to safety

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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