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10:20 New Zealand reciprocates quarantine free travel with Australia

Two-way quarantine free travel is poised to begin in less than a fortnight between New Zealand and Australia after months of delay. Tourism Industry Aotearoa's Chris Roberts will talk about the impact of today's announcement on New Zealand's tourism businesses and the wider economy.

A passenger wearing a face mask arrives from New Zealand at Sydney International Airport on October 16, 2020, after Australia’s border rules were relaxed under a new one-way trans-Tasman travel agreement.

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10:30 How will the New Zealand-Asutralia travel bubble work?

In less than two weeks New Zealanders and Australians will be free to travel across the Tasman without managed isolation on arrival in New Zealand. Karyn speaks with epidemiologist Dr Michael Baker about the timing of the trans- Tasman travel resuming and what travelers, visitors and hosts need to be aware of.

Michael Baker

Michael Baker Photo: supplied / Otago University Wellington

10:45 Feral dogs on Te Rerenga Wairua 

The Department of conservation is concerned about the presence of packs of wild dogs on Te Rerenga Wairua, Cape Reinga. In an effort to keep people safe the department has closed four walking tracks and a campsite. The issue is ongoing and local authorities are worried by the scale of the issue. Department of Conservation Acting Operations Manager Abraham Witana joins Karyn from Kaitaia to discuss the issue. 

Cape Reinga.

Cape Reinga. Are you pronouncing it right? Photo: PHOTO NZ