A West Auckland landmark has been demolished after a car crash left it at risk of collapsing, Stuff reports. This was the second time the historic wine shop has been hit by a car; the first incident was in February 2018. The building, near the railway line outside Corban Estate Arts Centre on Great North Rd in Henderson, was once a wine depot. It served as Assid Abraham Corban’s solution to 1914 prohibition laws that restricted the sale of alcohol.
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