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Two- way quarantine free travel between the Cook Islands and New Zealand starts today, Monday 17 May.
A travel bubble with Australia and select Pacific nations will probably remain the border status during the Covid-19 vaccine rollout.
First part of 1000 student cohort announced in January.
The Department of Internal Affairs says they have updated New Zealand passports with enhanced security features.
Covid-19 vaccinations are to start in Queenstown on 10 April with airport staff among the first to receive the shots.
Over 400,000 New Zealand passports expired as people have no place to go.
Some pent-up international demand for travel might dissipate before Australia and New Zealand’s borders re-open, says the founder of G Adventures.
PM Jacinda Ardern acknowledges New Zealanders want certainty but the issue is “highly complex”.
Leaders at the Tourism Policy School look forward to a trans-Tasman bubble but accept tourism will change post-Covid.
Tourism business owners around the country have welcomed the prospect of a return of Australians.
A decision could be announced next week, according to reports coming out of the Beehive.
Talks have moved from a joint decision making framework with Australia to “more of a unilateral approach”.
Jacinda Ardern says including a third country like Singapore means “having to reconfigure our entire formulation”.
New Zealand has opened quarantine-free travel for people travelling from Niue.
The lack of tourists and Auckland’s lockdowns led to a “whopping” fall in card expenditure, says ASB.
The trans-Tasman bubble has been urged to open by opposition leader Judith Collins and Australian PM Scott Morrison shares her remarks.
Party leader Judith Collins says it will also help open up NZ’s stretched MIQ facilities.
NZ is among a third of countries surveyed to have shut their borders with Asia Pacific implementing the strictest measures.
The Ministry of Health will roll out saliva swabbing for asymptomatic surveillance testing of border workers for Covid-19.
Tourism leaders want to know how the Govt is planning to re-open the country’s borders.
Around 40 border workers at Christchurch Airport have received their first dose of the Covid-19 Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine – the first to do so in the South Island.
Air New Zealand will trial the International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) digital Travel Pass app designed to help enable safe international travel.
Visitor visa holders will be able to stay in New Zealand for longer thanks to two new changes announced today
The bank forecasts a trans-Tasman bubble in the second half of 2021 and wider border openings in early 2022.
The first priority will be the country’s 12,000 border workers, says Jacinda Ardern.
You cannot unscramble the egg – once the [borders] are open, says Jacinda Ardern.
The cruise industry says it has been abandoned by the Government.
The decision forced the cancellation of flights scheduled to depart for Australia today.
Border workers in quarantine facilities are being offered voluntary daily Covid-19 saliva tests in addition to their regular weekly testing from today.
The first quarantine-free international passenger flight in 10 months will touch down at Auckland Airport today.
Air New Zealand will start conducting saliva tests of its staff to see if its effective in detecting Covid-19.
International tertiary students will start returning to New Zealand in April after the Government approved 1000 to be let in.
However, NZ’s pandemic response has increased its allure as a safe-haven destination, says the bank.
All people coming to New Zealand will have to undergo day 0/1 Covid-19 testing upon arrival, says Covid-19 response minister Chris Hipkins.
The scale of the immunisation programme was outlined today after the Government said it had secured two more vaccines.
Foreign tourism is a hard void to fill, especially over summer, the bank says.
The rules cover entry into the country via air and maritime borders and the operation of managed isolation and quarantine facilities.
New Zealand citizens and residents currently overseas were not liable for charges if they were returning home permanently.
People planning to come to New Zealand for a holiday will have their application to visit rejected, says Immigration New Zealand.
A new Covid-19 testing regime has been launched by the Government as more Kiwis return from overseas.
Testing is the answer to opening a travel bubble for overseas tourists, according to Veronika Vermeulen, owner of Aroha New Zealand Tours.
ACT leader David Seymour is calling for the Government to be proactive about its border policy.