New Zealand fully reopens its borders after long pandemic closure
04 August 2022 | 10:00 am
New Zealand's borders are fully open for the first time since March 2020, when they shut in an effort to keep out Covid-19.
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Hipkins officially took over the leadership role following the resignation of Jacinda Ardern last week.
For only the third time in its history, New Zealand has declared a national emergency. It comes as Cyclone Gabrielle causes flooding and landslides across North Island.
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New Zealand is grappling with the aftermath of Cyclone Gabrielle which has left thousands displaced and at least four people dead. Several areas are short of food and water.
Zambia has become a major transit point for human traffickers who often smuggle people into the country enroute to South Africa. The government said tighter borders would be key in dealing with the crisis.
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There is hope for Nigerians who have been stuck in limbo amid Sudan's fighting. Dozens of buses are sent to take nationals to Egypt. Also, the death toll from Kenya's starvation cult rises to 95. The pastor who encouraged his followers to fast to find salvation is still in custody.
Heavy rains and thunderstorms have lashed the area for days, making some wonder why a group of children were taken for an excursion in the inclement weather.
Brussels says the bloc's trade with New Zealand could now grow by 80%. In a first for an EU trade pact, there is a section that commits both sides to targets to tackle climate change.
FIFA Women's World Cup kicks off with opening match between co-hosts New Zealand and Norway at Eden Park in Auckland.
Several others were wounded in the shooting in central Auckland hours before the start of FIFA's Women's World Cup. Matches held in New Zealand will go ahead as planned, Prime Minister Chris Hipkins said.
The national Women's World Cup team, or the Football Ferns, was evacuated after a fire broke out at their hotel in Auckland. This is the second security incident since the start of the tournament this week.
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