Fox News reporter Daniel Boeselhaus is on the ground in Auckland today.

He reports from the city where he’s living in the past two weeks.

In the lead up to the election, the city had been rocked by the coronavirus pandemic and the closure of all public transport.

The city has since reopened.

Boeselaus said the city’s recovery has been helped by the Government’s commitment to public transport, the Mayor’s support and a focus on supporting the local economy.

But he said the issue was a complicated one, as there are many different factors that contribute to an economy.

In a way, the issue is more of a political one, because people who are still struggling with health issues or disabilities are not really sure how they can get around, and the Government doesn’t want to be seen as a political force.

“It’s like a political soap opera that’s playing out in Auckland, and it’s not just the local issues.

It’s all these issues that come into play.”

You can’t just sit back and do nothing, and then the country can’t help.

“Boeslaus said there were some areas that are still experiencing the worst effects of the coronivirus pandemics, and they need to be supported by the local Government.

Auckland has a population of just over 2.5 million, and has been hit hard by the pandemic.

It’s been hit particularly hard by a surge in people moving to the city, with many coming from overseas, particularly China.

There has been a dramatic increase in air pollution and other issues that are having an impact on public health.

However, Boeslhaus said there was a big difference between the pandemic and the rest of the country, where most people are still living in their homes.

They are also not able to leave their homes because of the quarantine, which means they have to stay in their rooms, he said.

People who are homeless are often living in cars and have little or no access to their own homes.

Some of these issues, such as the lack of a local transport network, are being put to the test now, Betslaus explained.

If the Government can put a plan in place to bring the people back into the city centre and help them get to their jobs, they can help make it better for everybody, he added.