Auckland police are appealing for information on a car involved in a fatal hit-and-run in south Auckland.
The “white or light” coloured Honda Stream hit 79-year-old Jalil Mousses at speed as he was crossing Manurewa’s Russell Rd towards his parked car on Friday, June 26.
The driver allegedly fled the scene and Mousses, a father of five and grandfather of 12, later died at Middlemore Hospital.
He urged anyone who knows the vehicle’s owner or who has seen a Honda Stream with front panel damage to contact police.
Anyone with information can contact the Crime Squad on 09 261 1321 or anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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.
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A new testing site at Maangere Town Centre is open today! If you have any of the symptoms: cough, sore throat, runny nose, shortness of breath, loss of smell or fever, then please go and get tested. A list of all of the testing sites in South and East Auckland are on our website: bit.ly...
If you’re unsure if you should be tested, call your family doctor or phone Healthline on 0800 358 5453.