Posted by on 01/01/2014
So far - so good!
The Coromandel Bay of Plenty regions saw in the New Year with police crediting crowds who attended events and celebrations for good behaviour.
Whangamata locals who fired up their barbies to offer sausage sizzles to people leaving a Whangamata concert were praised for their good deed.
The sold out Fat Freddy's Drop concert at the Waihi Beach Hotel caused no major headaches for police as the crowd was relatively well behaved and out to enjoy seeing in the New Year watching one of New Zealand's most popular bands do their thing.
Police advise party goers who have a few drinks to avoid getting behind the wheel of their car and to make sure they allow themselves plenty of time to sober up and rest before they attempt driving.
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