Anti-lockdown activists and Covid-19 deniers gathered in Auckland’s central business district on Day One of Level 4 to protest the snap lockdown, with its organiser – controversial musician and politcal hopeful Billy Te Kahika – being arrested 43 minutes into the event, NZ Herald reports. Before his livestream of the event cut out, Te Kahika urged police to take him away as soon as possible to reduce the chance of his assorted supporters causing trouble.
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