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    A group of Tongan citizens stuck in New Zealand since the start of lockdown are finally heading home
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     4 August 2020
    A group of Tongan citizens stuck in New Zealand since the start of lockdown are finally heading home
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    Coronavirus ripped through aged cared homes in the UK, but one managed to avoid disaster
    3 Aug: Coronavirus was ripping through UK care homes when the boss of one group of facilities decided to go his own way. He defied official guidelines and did whatever it took to protect his residents. They haven't had a single case.... more
    As Italy emerges from coronavirus COVID-19 catastrophe, families try to recover loved ones from a lonely grave
    2 Aug: Bereaved families in the Lombardy region battle in the washup of the country's devastating pandemic to provide loved ones with a proper burial they were cruelly robbed of.... more
    Hydroxychloroquine is a poor coronavirus treatment but a perfect parable for our times
    2 Aug: Thanks to social media, the anti-malarial drug is no longer a potential COVID-19 treatment but an ideological position.... more
    In 1985, a third of the UK's population stopped to watch the World Snooker Championship Final
    2 Aug: The World Snooker Championship gets underway this weekend, becoming one of the first sporting events to welcome back crowds in England since the coronavirus pandemic. Roll back 35 years though, and snooker was the hottest ticket in town.... more
    PNG's coronavirus spike appears to have been triggered by a COVID-19 lab tester. Now a hospital is the epicentre
    1 Aug: PNG's recent outbreak started at a lab responsible for identifying COVID-19 cases at the country's biggest hospital. But there is still a mystery over how the first case contracted the virus.... more
    The cancer costs of the coronavirus pandemic
    1 Aug: As health systems worldwide grapple with the impacts of COVID-19, there are trade-offs for diseases like cancer. UK modelling suggests as many as 3,621 more people could die from cancer in the next five years ā€” but what's the situation here?... more
    People urged to stay away from packed beaches as UK records third-hottest day ever
    1 Aug: Despite a warning from UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson about a second wave of coronavirus, many Brits flock to beaches, seemingly ignoring social distancing and local councils' pleas to stay away.... more
    Sonny Bill Williams was only back in Australia for a few minutes before a Covid-19 breach scare
    1 Aug: Sonny Bill Williams was only back in Australia for a few minutes before a Covid-19 breach scare... more
    Donald Trump says mail-in voting leads to fraud. Experts say it's critical to protecting the US election from coronavirus
    1 Aug: Will America's struggles with COVID-19 go away before election day? Probably not. So will the country be prepared to vote during a pandemic? It'sā€¦ complicated.... more

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     21 Jul: Coronavirus vaccine from Oxford University is safe, can train immune system: early results +++++++++++++
     06 Jul: The woman who absconded from an Auckland managed isolation facility will face a charge of breaching the Covid-19 Public Health Response Act +++++++++++
     24 Jul: An assurance a spate of break-ins in the Dunedin student quarter isn't related to a pair of men door-knocking with fake surveys ++++++++++
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     International NewsLinks
      4 Aug: Nz international student sector: more focus on quality education than work rights - cabinet papers (RadioNZ)
      4 Aug: Covid 19 coronavirus: 'pacific neighbours in far greater need' of travel bubble - specialist workers (NZ Herald)
      4 Aug: 'pacific neighbours in far greater need' of travel bubble - specialist workers (RadioNZ)
      4 Aug: Budget cuts and job losses loom for education sector if overseas students blocked (Stuff.co.nz)
      3 Aug: Travel bubble: auckland airport announces separate zones at terminal (RadioNZ)
      2 Aug: 'we got stuck!': couple stranded in falklands close to home after hitching a ride on a ship (Stuff.co.nz)
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    Rugby League:
    Warriors half Blake Green is leaving the NRL club immediately 11:07

    Living & Travel:
    A group of Tongan citizens stuck in New Zealand since the start of lockdown are finally heading home 10:47

    Entertainment:
    Brad Garrett has lashed out at Ellen DeGeneres on Twitter 10:44

    Law and Order:
    The police watchdog's found an officer should've been charged with a criminal offence, after using excessive force when arresting a man who tried to run officers over 10:37

    Entertainment:
    Anthony Mackie believes Marvel Studios have an "unawareness problem" 10:14

    Law and Order:
    A man who's accused of card skimming at Auckland and Waikato Hospital parking machines will appear in the Auckland District Court today 10:07

    Environment:
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    Entertainment:
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    Law and Order:
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