A silent protest at Anzac Day commemorations in Wellington has angered many who say the day should be off-limits to protesters. The debate was sparked after NZ First chief of staff David Broome, and his 12-year-old-son James Isa-Broome, interrupted a Newshub interview with peace activists.
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This had the media asking what sweet treats people would like to see returned next and what prized New Zealand lollies may have their production shifted overseas.
What's your favourite? Sparkles, Tangy Fruit or maybe even Snifters?