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23 May 2022 7:49
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  •   Home > News > Politics

    Auckland's boundary is set to become a distant memory

    Auckland's boundary is set to become a distant memory


    It was in place for months last year... buying the rest of the country time to prepare for delta.

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says regional boundaries aren't part of the traffic light system.

    She says that's because Omicron moves at pace - so we are better to focus energy on things that will make a difference, such as mask use, social distancing and reducing gathering sizes.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

     Other Politics News
     23 May: Joe Hawke is being remembered as a great Maori leader
     22 May: Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson's shared a touching tribute to former Labour MP, Joe Hawke
     22 May: Council of Trade Unions economist Craig Renney says the cost-of-living payment announced in the Budget targets the right people at the right time
     22 May: Andrew Little is making his case for scrapping district health boards, on the world stage
     21 May: Who are the independents likely headed to parliament after election night's 'teal bath'?
     21 May: The Tourism Minister says New Zealand is getting closer and closer to reconnecting with the world
     21 May: The Government's standing by its cost of living measures in this year's budget
     Top Stories

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    Business:
    Direct flights between Queenstown and Australia are set to resume today 7:30

    Soccer:
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    International:
    Lice Movono's fertility issues set 'tongues wagging' — so just how difficult is it for Pacific Island women who want to have children? 7:10

    Motorsports:
    Cam Waters has denied Shane van Gisbergen a Sunday double at Supercars' Winton SuperSprint 6:00

    Rugby:
    The Highlanders have suffered a 32-20 Super Rugby Pacific loss to the Waratahs in Dunedin, ending their run of three consecutive wins 5:50

    Politics:
    Joe Hawke is being remembered as a great Maori leader 5:20

    Politics:
    Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson's shared a touching tribute to former Labour MP, Joe Hawke 21:50

    Entertainment:
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