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    A quarter of Airways employees will be made redundant due to the impacts of Covid-19
    Air New Zealand
    Air New Zealand
     7 April 2020
    A quarter of Airways employees will be made redundant due to the impacts of Covid-19
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    Coronavirus distancing measures lifted as Cyclone Harold lashes Vanuatu
    6 Apr: The head of disaster management says the rules need to be suspended so people can gather in evacuation centres as a powerful category five cyclone moves across the Pacific island nation.... more
    A man in his 40s has died at a Wellington lodge after battling flu-like symptoms
    6 Apr: A man in his 40s has died at a Wellington lodge after battling flu-like symptoms... more
    Israel Folau could be out of pocket if Rugby Australia are forced into insolvency
    6 Apr: Israel Folau could be out of pocket if Rugby Australia are forced into insolvency... more
    Cyclone Harold bears down on Vanuatu, predicted to bring winds of 215kph
    6 Apr: Residents in Vanuatu, especially those in remote locations, are being told to find shelter as Cyclone Harold intensifies and rapidly approaches the island nation.... more
    Wellington City Council are monitoring parks and recreation areas after receiving a number of complaints about high head counts
    5 Apr: Wellington City Council are monitoring parks and recreation areas after receiving a number of complaints about high head counts... more
    New Zealand's best ironman athletes will have to wait a while longer until they're back competing against their rivals
    5 Apr: New Zealand's best ironman athletes will have to wait a while longer until they're back competing against their rivals... more
    The Police Commissioner has welcomed the new guidance around the rules for level four lockdown
    5 Apr: The Police Commissioner has welcomed the new guidance around the rules for level four lockdown... more
    A plea for the Government to rethink giving free reign to companies to sell booze online
    5 Apr: A plea for the Government to rethink giving free reign to companies to sell booze online... more
    In a ploy to ease the lines at West Auckland Liquor stores, spirits and RTDs will no longer be sold there
    5 Apr: In a ploy to ease the lines at West Auckland Liquor stores, spirits and RTDs will no longer be sold there... more

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    International:
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    Cricket:
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