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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

    Rugby:
    Wayne Smith was brought on to coach the Black Ferns in a World Cup rescue mission but he sees a bright future for the women's game 7:58

    Rugby:
    Has the All Blacks' messiah arrived in time to win next year's World Cup? 7:58

    Motoring:
    It was the coastal paradise seized by Vladimir Putin. Then Ukrainian attacks sent Russian holidaymakers fleeing 7:58

    Business:
    British chemical baron Sir Jim Ratcliffe's interest in buying Manchester United football club has raised supporter hopes that their American owners, the Glazer family, might sell 7:48

    Law and Order:
    Police have arrested a man over two recent robberies in Invercargill 7:48

    Entertainment:
    Anne Heche's memoir is selling for almost $750 (£620) following her tragic death 7:42

    Politics:
    Lami locals voice concern over Australian-funded Fiji defence facility being built in residential area 7:28

    Law and Order:
    The local representative on the Auckland Council says he's devastated after the bodies of two primary school age children were found in suitcases 7:28

    Law and Order:
    Police are working to establish who was driving a red Ford Falcon they believe fatally hit a Dunedin man 7:18

    Entertainment:
    Joe Jonas isn't ashamed of using injectables 7:12


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