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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    The first few days of Level 2 seem to have gone off without a hitch

    The first few days of Level 2 seem to have gone off without a hitch


    Police say they haven't heard of any significant breaches of the new Alert Level 2 rules where people can only gather in groups of ten.

    That includes Auckland's bar and restaurant area at the viaduct, where Headquarters owner Leo Molloy hosted a much publicised party for 80 last night.

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