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  •   Home > News > Politics

    Kapiti's Mayor is publicly calling people "community idiots" for breaching isolation protocols

    Kapiti's Mayor is publicly calling people "community idiots" for breaching isolation protocols


    Mayor K Gurunathan says he's giving a clear warning to off-road trail bikers hooning in open areas

    He's released photos of trail bikers - and says the Kapiti community will not tolerate these blatant and continuous breaches - while most residents stay in their bubbles

    The Mayor says he's approached the police - and is asking unhappy locals not to confront the 'idiots', but continue calling police.

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