Kia ora! Families rejoice travel bubble reunions at New Zealand airport
21 April 2021 | 8:47 am
Hugs, tears of joy and smiles all around at New Zealand airports as families and friends are reunited thanks to a travel bubble agreement between New Zealand and Australia.
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