Travel Restrictions Crossing the Hokianga Harbour

Nov. 8, 2021, 2:28 p.m.

During Alert Level 3, the Hokianga vehicle ferry will be running as normal for essential travel across the alert level border with police monitoring reason for travel. We catch up with Dallas King, who says that there has been a number of people turned away, with some being unhappy about it. It is understandable and a bit tough as we transition into these restrictions, so she reinforces the message for us to work hard to be kind & manaaki our people as best we can under the circumstances.

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