Aucklanders warned to keep distance in first level 3 weekend
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Police have issued a warning to Aucklanders ahead of the weekend - level 3 is not level free. As the city faces its first weekend with slightly looser restrictions, police are reminding those in Tāmaki Makaurau to not be tempted to burst the bubble. This comes after arrests were made at border checkpoints yesterday. Checkpoint reporter Louise Ternouth is at Auckland's Mission Bay.
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