Air New Zealand Offers Thousands Of Domestic Fares For Under $60

Air New Zealand is offering more than 140,000 domestic
one-way fares for under $60.

The fares are available
for travel in the second half of November through to the
first half of February 2021.

Air New Zealand Chief
Customer and Sales Officer Leanne Geraghty says the fares
are available to all of the domestic destinations the
airline flies to.

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Trump’s Coronavirus News Adds New Layer of Uncertainty Around the World

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U.S. President Donald Trump (R) and first lady Melania Trump on stage after the first presidential debate between Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, on Sept. 29, 2020.


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The news that Donald Trump tested positive for coronavirus is resonating throughout the world, because he is the U.S. president, because the U.S. is entering the last month of an unusually bitter presidential campaign, and because he

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Trump turned his hotels, resorts into ‘Beltway’s new back rooms’: New York Times

The New York Times has released a report, the fourth in its series, based on President Donald Trump’s federal tax returns, illustrating how the paper says the president turned “his own hotels and resorts into the Beltway’s new back rooms, where public and private business mix and special interests reign.”



Donald Trump wearing a suit and tie: President Donald Trump walks to the White House residence after exiting Marine One on the South Lawn on June 25, 2020, in Washington.


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President Donald Trump walks to the White House residence after exiting Marine One on the

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Travel Gone 2020

If somebody would’ve have told us last year to invest in Zoom shares and stock up at home on pasta, tons of litres of Dettol and toilet paper, I would’ve laughed it off as a joke. I think many memes were floating similarly on the internet about this. Unfortunately, now, it feels like the joke was on us. (No disrespect to any of the things listed).We didn’t have a time

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New England lockdown rules to ban travel in coronavirus hotspots and force pubs to shut

Residents of Covid-19 hotspots will be told on Monday that they should not travel unless they have to as part of a new three-tier system of local restrictions applying across England.

The country will be divided into three zones – medium risk, high risk and very high risk – depending on their level and growth rate of infections.

Areas in the first tier will remain under roughly the same rules

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A Hiker’s Road Trip to Little Traverse Conservancy Preserves

Stop #4: Skyline Trail

You’re close to the coastal town of Petoskey and can head there from McCune Nature Preserve for a late lunch and some shopping. But first, if you’re up for some hills that offer the reward of sweeping views of Little Traverse Bay and the Bear River Valley, make Skyline Trail your next stop. This 65-acre preserve lies adjacent to more than 865 acres of City of

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Ten people in a tent: a trip to be remembered forever | Opinions

To the editor:

This letter was written last spring in response to a March 14 news story about the DCS correcting a travel ban on fosters.

My husband and I started fostering in 1967. In February, 1969, three siblings were placed in our home. Their mother, a single parent, was critically ill, and she passed away six weeks after their arrival. The siblings were 9, 10 and 11, which were

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Mendocino: A great escape | Travel

As smoke from wildfires filled the air over Napa, this added another impetus to travel, just to breathe outside for a few hours or days. My daughter offered to go with me.

The Brewery Gulch Inn, part of the original 10-acre farmstead of Mendocino pioneer, Homer Barton, sits high on a hillside just south of the town of Mendocino. To the west it looks out over Smuggler’s Cove, a name

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YouTube stars Dane and Stacey join Stuff Travel

We’re Dane and Stacey, a couple of ordinary Kiwis who sold everything to start living an extraordinary life of travel.

If you’ve ever dreamed of being free, travelling the world, working from your laptop, or prioritising experiences over material things, you’d understand how we felt in 2016.

Our careers were built, and our life was full of valuable items, but we craved something else, something even more valuable to us.

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CA Lottery employees must pay back mileage, travel expenses

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A group of California State Lottery employees got letters in the mail last week saying they were overpaid for mileage, lodging and other expenses and have to pay the money back.

The lottery is recouping improper expense payments to employees based on the findings of a State Controller’s Office audit from April of last year, lottery spokesman Jorge DeLaCruz said in an email.

The audit

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How the region is responding to S’pore’s idea of air travel bubbles, SE Asia News & Top Stories

Singapore is looking to form air travel bubbles with countries and territories that have managed the Covid-19 pandemic well. While most of them have some form of arrangement for business and official travel, especially within their own borders, many are reluctant to open up for mass travel as nations battle a resurgence of the coronavirus. Straits Times correspondents Elizabeth Law, Katherine Wei, Jonathan Pearlman, Chang May Choon, Claire Huang, Tan

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Will Meetings And Events Ever Be The Same? 41 Clever Things Hotels Are Doing To Keep Them Safe

The meeting and wedding planning industries have been rocked during the Covid-19 pandemic, and they may continue to feel the effects for years to come. While online alternatives like Zoom will put a dent into the events business, many hotels are staying laser-focused on recovery even if the path forward presents unusual

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Ireland planning airport COVID-19 testing to enable travel: minister

DUBLIN (Reuters) – Ireland plans to introduce coronavirus testing at airports as part of a possible alternative to quarantine for some arriving passengers, although it is not clear when the capacity will be ready, Health Minister Stephen Donnelly said on Sunday.

Airlines Ryanair and Aer Lingus have heavily criticised the government for imposing some of the strictest travel restrictions in Europe, with 14-day quarantines advised for almost all incoming travellers.

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Travelling crime gangs ‘targeting’ communities in rural Limerick

THE head of the Limerick garda division has expressed concern about a recent increase in burglaries in rural parts of County Limerick.

While there was a reduction in the number of burglaries across Limerick during the height of the Covid restrictions, Chief Superintendent Gerard Roche told members of the Limerick Joint Policing Committee there have been several incidents in recent weeks.

“There has been an increase, in the last number

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New survey shows that more than half of Canadians are ready to return to travel

TORONTO, Oct. 09, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — A recent survey commissioned by Sunwing has shown that a growing number of Canadians are ready to go on vacation. With colder days approaching and winter blues soon setting in, Canadians are dreaming of sunnier skies and warmer weather, with many set to make a safe and responsible return to the tropics. With Sunwing’s flight service resuming on November 6, 2020, travellers will

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Review: ‘Janis’ details brief, wild life of rock’s most extraordinary voice

“Janis: Her Life and Music,” by Holly George-Warren. Photo: Simon & Schuster

Janis Joplin is a name synonymous with both brilliance and tragedy.

Remembered today for her seemingly supernatural voice, her legacy has also sadly been defined by her untimely death 50 years ago this month, at the age of 27. In truth, Joplin’s time as a major artist lasted little more than four years — a period during which

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Washington cross-border mailbox businesses prepare to sink or swim as travel ban continues

At least once a month Jeff Lewis used to make the 20-minute drive from his home in Surrey, B.C., to pick up packages he had sent to a mailbox service in Blaine, Wash. 

Like many B.C. residents who live near the border, Lewis, 64, used the service to buy U.S. goods not available in Canada or to save on shipping. But Lewis hasn’t been to Blaine since the border closed

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Germans must reduce travel, partying to fight COVID-19, says Merkel aide

FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Germany should continue capping the number of people allowed at gatherings and clamp down on unnecessary travel as the country battles rising coronavirus infections, an aide to Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Sunday.



a dining room table in front of a store: A closed restaurant is pictured during the late-night curfew due to restrictions against the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Berlin


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A closed restaurant is pictured during the late-night curfew due to restrictions against the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Berlin

“We must be a bit stricter in places where

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