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Rescued paraglider has no memory of what happened

Ken Knightingale, the paraglider rescued from Te Mata Peak, has no recollection of what happened. Video / Warren Buckland

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Focus: NZ Delta Outbreak | Tuesday 12th Oct Wrap
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Focus: NZ Delta Outbreak | Tuesday 12th Oct Wrap

There were 43 new cases of Covid-19 announced on Tuesday, Brian Tamaki was summoned to court for an anti-lockdown protest and a blast from the past ‘vaxathon’ was announced for Super Saturday. Video / NZ Herald

Focus: NZ Delta Outbreak | Friday 01 Oct Wrap
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Focus: NZ Delta Outbreak | Friday 01 Oct Wrap

Covid-19 case numbers may be "relatively stable", but the country can not afford to get complacent, says Grant Roberson as health officials identify More than 60 patients at Middlemore Hospital as close contacts after two people with the virus turned up at the emergency department. Video / NZ Herald

War veteran commemorated
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War veteran commemorated

Alfred Groves, a British soldier who emigrated to New Zealand and then enlisted in the NZ army, seeing action in WWI, was in Waipukurau’s Pukeora Sanitorium when he died of tuberculosis on September 25, 1921. His UK family were to travel to commemorate him but were prevented by Covid. The Waipukurau RSA stepped up to do it for them.

Focus: NZ Delta Outbreak | Tuesday 28 Sept Wrap
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Focus: NZ Delta Outbreak | Tuesday 28 Sept Wrap

PM Jacinda Ardern has announced new travel rules for leaving Auckland plus more MIQ spots, meanwhile the police commissioner has warned the leader of Destiny Church about a planned protest leading to an enforcement response by police. Video / NZ Herald

Focus: NZ Delta Outbreak | Monday 27 Sept Wrap
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Focus: NZ Delta Outbreak | Monday 27 Sept Wrap

12 new Covid-19 community cases were announced on Monday with PM Jacinda Ardern outlining a self-isolation trial for international travellers and the RSE travel bubble for the Pacific to resume. Video / NZ Herald

Next gen journo wins award
Hawkes Bay Today

Next gen journo wins award

Award-winning budding young journalist Chloe Croft and her teacher Sally Burch from Havelock North Intermediate school chat to Hawke's Bay Today reporter Shea Jefferson.

Maori language challenge
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Maori language challenge

Hawke's Bay Today reporter Shea Jefferson challenged a few locals to read aloud the 85-letter longest placename in the world. Video / Warren Buckland