North Shore is safest place to live

Wednesday 10 March 2004

It's official, North Shore is the safest city in New Zealand.

By The Landlord

New police figures prove the North Shore has the lowest crime rate in the country, and our police are the best at solving crime.

This is the second year in a row the Shore has topped the crime stats.

Unfortunately, our low crime rate is overshadowed by the rise in offences involving hard drugs.

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