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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    Fourth of July weekend is causing havoc at US airports with the highest passenger numbers since before 2020

    Fourth of July weekend is causing havoc at US airports with the highest passenger numbers since before 2020


    Friday's numbers were up 13 percent from last year, with just under 2.5 million people passed through security checkpoints.

    Travellers seem undeterred by rising fares and the ongoing prescence of Covid-19.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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     Today's News

    Christchurch:
    A person has serious injuries after being hit by a car at the intersection of Voss Street and Marshlands Road in Christchurch 21:49

    Law and Order:
    Auckland Police are working to identify the person whose remains were found at a property in Clendon Park yesterday 21:19

    International:
    FIFA to start Men's World Cup early to give host nation Qatar a prime-time kick-off 21:09

    Environment:
    Rescuers have successfully re-floated seven of the 10 dolphins stranded on Waiheke Island, 18:59

    Cricket:
    Devon Conway's encouraged by the Black Caps balance to their top order as they fine tune preparations for the Twenty20 World Cup 18:39

    Law and Order:
    Former police sergeant sentenced to more than seven years' prison for role in storming US Capitol 18:09

    Rugby League:
    A kiwi-tinged Bulldogs side are hoping to bounce back tonight against the Warriors 18:09

    Basketball:
    The Tuatara's remarkable comeback win in the NBL has served as a timely reminder for the Nelson Giants ahead of tonight's second semi final 17:29

    Law and Order:
    Australian academic Sean Turnell detained in Myanmar pleads not guilty in closed court 17:09

    Rugby League:
    Raymond Faitala-Mariner is looking forward to facing up to his old team tonight 16:49


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