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It is currently unknown if anyone is injured.
"I would be using [the apology] as a dart and firing it out the window."
Some locals say the payment won't be able to cover just fixing the roads.
"Through no fault of their own, they had their personal property destroyed."
Both have been there during dark times for the NZ cricket team.
Stephens was fatally shot by police after smashing up an empty patrol car with a weed slasher.
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It comes after an infected person carrying the disease visited the capital over the weekend.
The framed image of the Duke and Dutches of Sussex was once in prime position.
Several people they had met with had not heard of the alert level changes, because they had no access to TV or internet.
"Yes, absolutely," Jacinda Ardern said when asked if she was satisfied with the Ministry of Health's communication.
He said it was important for accurate information to be put out rather than spread wrong or faulty data.