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EDITORIAL: At least we know there is light at the end of the tunnel with the vaccine.
EDITORIAL: Our latest school leavers have had their lives turned around by Covid.
EDITORIAL: Massive gap between what's possible and what's often more common reality.
Editorial: It's hard not to wish the quarantine system could start again from scratch.
Editorial: Barring setbacks, the hope of more normal travel is getting closer.
Editorial: You've locked down and broken the chain, now it's time to protect each other.
Editorial: Social network oversteps the mark by banning news links.
Editorial: Disappointment with continued alert levels needs to be kept in perspective.
Editorial: As with other strains of Covid, the best defence is not being infected.
Editorial: Impeachment can no longer be viewed as an effective deterrent or punishment.
Internal strife in the Republican Party has followed Donald Trump's rule.
Editorial: Heavenly excuse to enjoy a day with loved ones, wherever we came from.
New Zealand's economic success through the pandemic brings with it a new set of risks.
EDITORIAL: Rollout to frontline workers and household contacts expected in first quarter.
Editorial: As virulent strains pelted our border, we lapsed into bare-faced oblivion.
Editorial: Upgraded trade agreement with China is a win for NZ's primary sector exporters.
EDITORIAL: Immediate release of information is needed to reduce ongoing movements.
EDITORIAL: Covid-19 has become better at spreading and one strain could be deadlier.
EDITORIAL: Extra credit this year to students who achieved despite the circumstances.
Editorial: America's new leadership have both a challenge and a chance.