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  •   Home > News > Technology

    Wellington City Council's rolling out a new high-tech method for enforcing illegal car parking

    Wellington City Council's rolling out a new high-tech method for enforcing illegal car parking


    A fleet of hybrid cars fixed with number plate reading cameras will soon take to the streets.

    Wellington City Council Chief Operating Officer James Roberts says they receive more than one thousand complaints about dodgy parking every month.

    He hopes the presence of the vehicles will change motorists' behaviour.

    © 2024 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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    Rugby:
    No preference of opponent for the Mystics in the elimination final of netball's ANZ Premiership 4:37

    Business:
    Companies affected by the global IT outage, are unlikely to receive compensation 21:57

    Golf:
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    Politics:
    Olympic rower Mahe Drysdale has strengthened his lead in Tauranga's Mayoral race 18:57

    Politics:
    It could take up to two weeks to resolve 'teething issues' following CrowdStrike outage, Clare O'Neil says 18:37

    International:
    Nina Kennedy, Mackenzie Little and Oliver Hoare all win at the London Diamond League ahead of the Paris Olympics 18:17

    Rugby:
    Confirmation of a big move at Super Rugby level for an All Blacks star 18:07

    Basketball:
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    A clutch three-pointer from Taranaki Airs guard Flynn Cameron has sent the first semifinal in the New Zealand National Basketball League to overtime in Christchurch 17:07


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