Kia ora neighbours, The Farmers Santa Parade has been cancelled for the first time in decades due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Santa Parade chairman and Auckland Business Chamber chief executive Michael Barnett confirmed the move on Thursday.
The parade, the biggest in New Zealand, usually boasts about 4000 participants. It has been running since 1934.
The cancellation comes after a number of parades across the country were cancelled.
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