A Northland school called police after a boy shot a toy plastic gun on the playground. The boy's mother says the treatment was over the top but the ministry says it was correct. What do you think?
27.3% It's unfair; it was just a toy27.3% Complete
41.3% It's reasonable; even toy guns should not be tolerated41.3% Complete
30.1% The school should have explained its gun policy before doing this30.1% Complete
1.4% Other (please explain in comments below)1.4% Complete
A raft of new coronavirus testing centres have opened across Auckland following the confirmation of a new community cluster in south Auckland.
Following the announcement on Tuesday night, the Northern Regional Health Co-ordination Centre recorded over 7800 Covid-19 tests on Wednesday, beating the previous record of 6407 tests on June 23.
Anyone experiencing cold or flu-like symptoms should seek to get a free Covid-19 test at their local general practice, urgent care clinic or one of Auckland's 15 community testing centres.
Click 'read more' for a full list of testing centres, including addresses and opening hours.
Hi Neighbours, Auckland trains will be less frequent and travel slower for six months while Kiwirail urgently repairs and replaces nearly half of the city's tracks. Will this affect you? Read the story below:
Hi neighbours. Auckland is on day two of alert level 3 lockdown and the city centre's streets are empty again. Are the streets empty or emptier than they normally are where you are? Have you found this eerie? Are you doing anything to make your street more lively, such as reviving teddy bear hunts or making your fence an artwork?