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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    Australia is opening to the unvaccinated, just in time for the school holidays

    Australia is opening to the unvaccinated, just in time for the school holidays


    From Wednesday, travellers will no longer need to declare their covid-19 vaccination status.

    The announcement comes as Jacinda Ardern meets business leaders and Government officials in Australia over the next two days, to discuss optimising trans-tasman trade and business.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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     Today's News

    International:
    The FBI has warned of a spike in violent threats after their search of Donald Trump's home. Here’s what we know 13:29

    Law and Order:
    Police are investigating the death of a child in Wairoa, in Hawke's Bay 13:29

    Entertainment:
    Anne Heche's ex James Tupper has broken his silence to pay tribute to the actress by sharing an image of her hugging their son 13:12

    Law and Order:
    Three youths have been arrested, after an air rifle was apparently used in a liquor store robbery on Auckland's North Shore 13:09

    International:
    Freya the boat-climbing walrus euthanased by Norwegian authorities 12:59

    Cricket:
    A close defeat in a dead rubber hasn't dented the Black Caps' confidence 12:49

    Living & Travel:
    The Loop: Sydney Airport hit with delays, fears of threat to FBI after Trump raid, and a Cameron Smith penalty — as it happened 12:49

    Entertainment:
    Steven Seagal has hailed himself a "diplomat" during an appearance on Russian state media to defend his visit to a prisoner of war camp where Ukrainian inmates were last month burned to death 12:42

    Entertainment:
    Anne Heche's heart is being kept beating after the actress was dec lared brain dead and legally dead so her organs can be kept functioning and harvested for donation 12:12

    Rugby:
    All Blacks coach Ian Foster expects to get endorsed to lead the team to the next World Cup, starting next September 12:09


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