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    Wellington City Council are monitoring parks and recreation areas after receiving a number of complaints about high head counts

    Wellington City Council are monitoring parks and recreation areas after receiving a number of complaints about high head counts


    The council says each time a ranger has responded to a complaint they have found crowd levels to be acceptable.

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