Hi neighbours, Vector has warned Auckland residents to prepare for tornadoes, thunderstorms and gales that could lead to power cuts during the next 24 to 36 hours. The company says people should charge their devices and power banks, tie down objects that could be swept up in strong winds, such as BBQs or trampolines, and make sure they had a torch and spare batteries handy, as well as alternative fuel for cooking.
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Hi neighbours, charges won’t be laid after a video appearing to show live chickens in bags on an Auckland street was posted online.
The video, shot by Hinetekura Komene in May, showed dozens of white bags on the footpath outside the Boulevard Hotel in Newmarket.
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