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The Melbourne Cup can be seen as an excuse for people to dress to the nines and get so drunk that they often miss seeing the races.
The physical and psychological pain these horses suffer is immense, with the movement against horse racing growing as animal welfare advocates call for change. What do you think? Should horse racing be banned? Vote in the poll below.
39.5% Definitely - it’s inhumane39.5% Complete
10.2% No - it’s a bit of harmless fun10.2% Complete
4.7% I don’t have an opinion4.7% Complete
45.6% Only for those found guilty of abuse45.6% Complete
Police and Coastguard have concerns for the welfare of the owner of a fishing kayak, after it was located full of gear in the water near Auckland's Stanmore Bay.
The kayak was located on the northern side of Whangaparāoa, between Stanmore Bay and Manly Beach. Police urgently need to speak to the owner of the kayak as there are concerns for their welfare.
Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Police on 0800 102 835 or Coastguard on *500.