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New Zealand PM sets out plans to re-connect with post-pandemic world

Yahoo Daily News 13 May 2021
New Zealand Prime Minister Ardern participates in a debate in Auckland ... Beyond that we are relatively open-minded, and I do anticipate there will be other countries we can explore opportunities with," Ardern said in her pre-budget speech in Auckland.
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PM Jacinda Ardern to head New Zealand delegations to US, Europe, and Asia

Hong Kong Standard 13 May 2021
Beyond that we are relatively open-minded, and I do anticipate there will be other countries we can explore opportunities with," Ardern said in her pre-budget speech in Auckland. More than 70,000 people landed in New Zealand from Australia since the travel bubble opened last month, and over 57,000 have travelled the other way, Ardern said ... .
photo: UN / Cia Pak
Jacinda Ardern, Prime Minister of New Zealand, addresses the general debate of the General Assembly’s seventy-fourth session, 24 September 2019.
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Asia PacificNew Zealand PM sets out plans to re-connect with post-pandemic world

Reuters 13 May 2021
Beyond that we are relatively open-minded, and I do anticipate there will be other countries we can explore opportunities with," Ardern said in her pre-budget speech in Auckland. More than 70,000 people landed in New Zealand from Australia since the travel bubble opened last month, and over 57,000 have travelled the other way, Ardern said ... ....
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New Zealand exploring quarantine-free travel with other countries

The Jakarta Post 13 May 2021
Beyond that we are relatively open-minded, and I do anticipate there will be other countries we can explore opportunities with," Ardern said in her pre-budget speech in Auckland. More than 70,000 people landed in New Zealand from Australia since the travel bubble opened last month, and over 57,000 have travelled the other way, Ardern said ... .
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India records 4,000 Covid-19 deaths for second day in a row

RTE 13 May 2021
Beyond that we are relatively open-minded, and I do anticipate there will be other countries we can explore opportunities with," Ms Ardern said in her pre-budget speech in Auckland. More than 70,000 people landed in New Zealand from Australia since the travel bubble opened last month, and over 57,000 have travelled the other way, Ardern said ... .
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Felt safe in IPL bubble but travel was going to be challenge: Pamment

Sify 11 May 2021
Pamment arrived in New Zealand on Saturday night along with Trent Boult, Finn Allen, James Neesham, Adam Milne, Scott Kuggeleijn, Shane Bond and Mike Hesson, while a second flight landed on Sunday in Auckland carrying Brendon McCullum, Stephen Fleming, Kyle Mills, Lockie Ferguson, Simon Doull, Scott Styris and Chris Gaffaney.
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Few Indian Players Didn’t Like Rules of Bubble: MI Coach Pamment

Yahoo Daily News 11 May 2021
Read full article ... IPL ... Pamment arrived in New Zealand on Saturday night along with Trent Boult, Finn Allen, James Neesham, Adam Milne, Scott Kuggeleijn, Shane Bond and Mike Hesson, while a second flight landed on Sunday in Auckland carrying Brendon McCullum, Stephen Fleming, Kyle Mills, Lockie Ferguson, Simon Doull, Scott Styris and Chris Gaffaney. .
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Covid-19: No new cases in New Zealand as flights with NSW resume

NewstalkZB 10 May 2021
There are no new Covid-19 cases in the community or in managed isolation today ... The first of the flights is an Air New Zealand plane due to land in Christchurch at 1.20pm. A Qantas flight is expected in Auckland at 2pm ... Both cases are also carrying out 14-day managed isolation and quarantine in Auckland ... .
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'I would sign up again': NZ's Jimmy Neesham willing to travel to India again for IPL 2021's completion despite the risks

Hindustan Times 10 May 2021
IPL 2021. Mumbai Indians' all-rounder Jimmy Neesham said he would do it all over again if the season was to resume despite the risks. PUBLISHED ON MAY 10, 2021 09.52 AM IST ... On Saturday, the first lot of New Zealand players landed in Auckland, where they will spend the next 14 days, before returning to their families ... ALSO READ ... ALSO READ ... ....
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Jimmy Neesham ready to return if IPL 2021 resumes in India despite fears

DNA India 10 May 2021
Jimmy Neesham, the New Zealand all-rounder, who played for the Mumbai Indians, landed in Auckland with some of his countrymen on Saturday and is currently serving his mandatory 14-day quarantine. Speaking to newshub.co.nz from his hotel room, Neesham expressed his desire to come back to India despite the risk ... Also read ... Also read ... .
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IPL's New Zealand contingent reaches home

Sify 09 May 2021
Auckland, May 9 (IANS) Former New Zealand ... McCullum, Fleming, fellow IPL coach Kyle Mills, Black Caps fast bowler Lockie Ferguson, commentators Simon Doull and Scott Styris, and umpire Chris Gaffaney landed at the Auckland Airport around 6 p.m.
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Kiwi cricketers reach home after IPL's suspension, second group lands safely

Yahoo Daily News 09 May 2021
Auckland, May 9 (PTI) ... A second private flight of Vistajet carrying McCullum, Fleming, fellow IPL coach Kyle Mills, Kiwi fast bowler Lockie Ferguson, commentators Simon Doull and Scott Styris, and umpire Chris Gaffaney also safely landed at the Auckland Airport on Sunday evening.
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First lot of Kiwis arrive home after IPL 2021 suspension, 2nd group to land soon

Hindustan Times 09 May 2021
A group of New Zealand cricketers and coaches, who were involved in the now-suspended IPL, arrived home by a private jet while another lot is expected to land in Auckland on Sunday ... IPL, arrived home by a private jet while another lot is expected to land here on Sunday.
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'Keep fighting, India': Black Caps' eye-opening image as IPL stars come home

NewstalkZB 06 May 2021
An eye-opening image of Black Caps at an airport in India shows the drastic safety measures taken to combat the rising spread of Covid-19 in the country ... Hesson, Allen and Kuggeleijn will depart back to New Zealand from two charter flights out of Dehli - with the rest of the Kiwi IPL contingent - which is scheduled to land in Auckland on Saturday ... .
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