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Demonstrators have gathered by the memorial arch in Queenstown this afternoon in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
The protest forms a small part of a global reaction to the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, America, two weeks ago. About 150 people were at the protest just before 1pm.
Mr Floyd died after a police officer knelt on his neck for nearly nine minutes.
People from across the world have rebelled against police brutality and prejudice against black people.
In Queenstown today, organisers checked people into the event with a QR Code and asked those attending to stand in their own bubbles.
One read: "If you are tired of hearing about racism, imagine how tired people are of experiencing it."
The protest in Queenstown was peaceful and there was almost no police presence.
In the US and UK, violent clashes have broken out between some protesters and police.