It will be at least another 24 hours before Lime e-scooters will be allowed back on Auckland streets. But do you think they should return?
Hundreds of scooters were removed from the streets of Auckland and Dunedin on Friday due to safety concerns over a software glitch.
The glitch caused e-scooter wheels to randomly lock up, leaving some riders with broken bones and smashed faces after they were thrown off mid-ride.
Do you use them? Should Lime e-scooters return?
33.1% Yes - they are awesome33.1% Complete
66.9% No - I don't think they are safe66.9% Complete
Police are investigating and schools are on alert after a girl was allegedly "indecently touched" by a stranger while walking to school.
Auckland schools, Onehunga Primary School and Oranga Primary School, were told by Royal Oak Primary School's principal Linley Myers, the girl was allegedly assaulted on Monday morning.
Viki Holley, Onehunga Primary School principal, told parents "a student of one of our neighbouring schools was indecently touched by a stranger" on Trafalgar St, heading into Manukau Rd. Holley said the school advised families to speak to their children about staying safe on the way to and from school. Read more here.
K Rd Chronicles, an eight part video series. focuses on homelessness in New Zealand's biggest city.
There’s plenty of desperation in the stories shared but there’s also, above all, a sense of tolerance and humanity. The series is hosted by a transgender journalist called Six, who was homeless for six years. We take to the streets of inner city Auckland and meet the people from Six’s world.
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19.1% I don’t notice it.19.1% Complete
61.5% Yes, we need to do something about it.61.5% Complete
19.4% Never had a problem.19.4% Complete
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