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It's time to wield the vaccine pass stick

OPINION: The 90 per cent double-dosed milestone "should see the spectre of lockdowns consigned to history".

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Wellington today, October 19: Melling trains affected by medical emergency, Labour MP Paul Eagle says housing policy 'unjust'

Here’s what you need to know from The Dominion Post today, plus breaking news and events from around the capital.

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New ceremony set up to remember Nelson's Boer War veterans

A group of Nelson researchers are hoping to establish a new tradition to commemorate the sacrifice of Nelsonians during the Boer War.

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Opponents of a $280m roading project file police complaint against Waka Kotahi, claiming perjury

Opponents of a $280 million roading project in Taranaki unsuccessfully attempted to stall their own appeal against the upgrade by accusing Waka Kotahi of perjury in relation to the Mt Messenger bypass.

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Organisers cautiously optimistic Covid-19 won't ruin plans for summer events

Manawatū's biggest events still forging ahead despite pandemic casting a cloud over summer plans.

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Ashburton Guardian

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지역 확진자 계속 발생 원인 '집 안에서의 모임', 10월 18일 COVID-19

10월 18일 월요일, 정부는 오후 4시 브리핑을 통해 오클랜드가 최소한 2주 더 레벨 3 제한을 유지한다고 발표했습니다.레벨 3 이외 지역의 레벨 2도 그대로 유지됩니다. 노스랜드는 화요일 밤 11시 59분부터 레벨 2로 전환됩니다. 와이카토의 일부 지역 레벨 3는 그대로 유지되며, 금요일에 검토될 예정입니다.정부에서는 현재의 경보 레벨 시스템을 대체할 …

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Covid-19: Auckland set to join ranks of longest lockdowns globally

Lockdown extension means Auckland will soon have spent 158 days at either alert level 4 or 3 since the pandemic began.

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On a mission to mend a big, leaky bottle

Shrink wrapping Waikaia’s bottle house is one solution on the table to fix its leaking woes. The bottle house, built in 1988, is part of the...

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Fritters ahead as level 3 leaves a river to the local whitebaiters

Locals have been at the Marokopa River's edge catching food to feed themselves, and their whānau.