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Update: Reported threat on Interislander ferry

Published: Fri 18 Oct 2019 11:25 AM
Cordons are being stood down following Police enquiries after a reported threat on the Interislander ferry.
Police attended the ferry in Wellington and have confirmed there is no suspicious item on-board and no cause for concern.
Interislander are working to move passengers to their destinations.
Enquiries are continuing as to the identity of the person who made the threat.
ENDS

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