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  • Families still struggle to reunite across borders: 'I have no hope at all'
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  • EU to allow in visitors from 14 Covid-19 'safe' countries including New Zealand
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  • Coronavirus: APEC 2021 in Auckland all but cancelled, summit will 'go virtual'
  • Kiwi Old West themed 'town' seeks new sheriff
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  • Travellers given little warning they were going to Rotorua for quarantine
  • New Zealand company Aviro develops world-first anti-COVID-19 clothing
  • 2 new covid-19 cases in NZ, but elimination target still stands
  • Opinion: New cases show testing, tracing and precautions still essential
  • Waikato hits record high median house prices
  • Covid-free New Zealand: The answer to the film industry's prayers?
  • Super Rugby Aotearoa: Eden Park sold out for Blues v Hurricanes blockbuster
  • Edgy Chiefs prepare to prolong Highlanders pain
  • NZ sharemarket drops 3 percent at opening on Friday
  • Time to reassess flawed historic figures
  • Women generate lower travel-related greenhouse gas emissions, NZ study finds