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Covid 19 Delta outbreak: Jacinda Ardern hopes Auckland boundary can loosen by summer - but no guarantees
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern hopes fully vaccinated Aucklanders will be able to leave the Delta-hit city by Christmas - but she can't give any guarantees, even if the city hits the 90 per cent vaccination target.That's because... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 6:42pm 

-From exile, female former Afghan leader keeps fighting

Historic paua shell to remain in Riverton
A giant paua shell that is the pride of a small Southland town was destined for Trade Me before a concerned member of the community stepped in and saved the day. 
© 2021 6:12pm 

Covid-19: 'Clock is ticking' on Porirua as reopening plan unveiled
Porirua has much lower vaccination rates than the rest of the Wellington region, and reopening could threaten Maori and Pasifika. 
© 2021 6:12pm 

Covid-19 vaccine: Govt sets target for all DHBs to hit 90 per cent fully vaccinated
Here's everything you need to know about New Zealand's Covid-19 vaccine programme. 
© 2021 6:12pm 

No vaccine certificate, no entry - new Covid-19 rules face tricky route through legal minefield
The government can do whatever it likes about Covid-19 - subject to certain still murky rules about individual rights. 
© 2021 6:12pm 

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Govt's new business support: 'It's not the full antidote' - hospitality industry
Auckland hospitality businesses desperate to reopen their doors say the government's increased financial support will only put a small dent in their bills stacking up over lockdown. 
© 2021 RadioNZ 6:02pm 

China to create fund to help Pacific fight against Covid
China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi says China will set up a fund to help Pacific Island countries defeat the Covid-19 pandemic. 
© 2021 RadioNZ 6:02pm 

Police find drugs buried in underground storage pits
Roughly nine kilograms of dried cannabis buried in underground storage pits were dug up by Waikato Police executing a search warrant at a rural Matamata property on Tuesday.As well as the buried cannabis, hundreds of immature cannabis... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 5:42pm 

America's Cup: Stars+Stripes USA confirm commitment to America's Cup challenge
Stars+Stripes USA have confirmed their commitment to mounting a challenge for the America's Cup, despite the New York Yacht Club deciding to "pause their involvement" in the 37th edition of the regatta.After being represented by... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 5:42pm 

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-Nissan ex-chair Ghosn set on restoring reputation
-AP FACT CHECK: Biden overstates his record on COVID vaccine
-CCTV+: Xi inspects ecological conservation work at Yellow River estuary
-House votes to hold Trump ally Steve Bannon in contempt
-McAuliffe's backslapping political brand put to test in 2021

In brief: More Pacific News for 22nd October
70 in isolation in Samoa after escape from quarantine: Clamp goes on illegal builders in Bougainville's Buka: Tributes flow in the Cook Islands for New Zealand doctor who passed away: CNMI political scrap hots up and Moana Pasifika signs three more 
© 2021 RadioNZ 6:22pm 

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Large fire in Lower Hutt to be tackled by helicopter, monsoon buckets
The fire on the hills of Naenae has “grown considerably” since early reports, so fire crews are implementing measures to protect homes in the area. 
© 2021 6:12pm 

Buller has the lowest vaccination rates in South Island – how can it catch up?
Barely three-quarters of Buller residents have had a Covid jab. The mayor says locals can't afford to "hold the whole bloody region up". 
© 2021 6:12pm 

Boosting vaccination rates for Maori without specific target 'a very tense and difficult task'
Maori health experts are worried about the lack of a specific vaccination target for Maori in the reopening plan announced today. 
© 2021 RadioNZ 6:02pm 

Covid-19 updates: How the day unfolded
Covid-19 has spread across Auckland's boder again, with two new cases reported in Northland today, while the total number of cases reached record levels. See how the day's Covid-19 news unfolded with RNZ's live blog. 
© 2021 RadioNZ 6:02pm 

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Pedestrian hit, seriously injured on SH2 in Central Hawke's Bay
A pedestrian has been seriously injured after being hit by a vehicle on SH2 in Central Hawke's Bay.Emergency services were called to the scene near Otane about 4.25pm. A police spokeswoman said one person had been seriously injured."The... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 5:42pm 

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