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Trans-Tasman bubble brings hope to local tourism industry

Wednesday 7 April 2021 | Written by CI News Staff | Published in Economy, National

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Trans-Tasman bubble brings hope to local tourism industry
An Air New Zealand Airbus A320 aircraft. Photo: SUPPLIED/21032517

New Zealand has announced a two-way, quarantine free travel with Australia ahead of the Cook Islands in a bid to revive their tourism sector, giving some hope to the struggling local industry.

New Zealand has announced a two-way, quarantine free travel with Australia ahead of the Cook Islands in a bid to revive their tourism sector, giving some hope to the struggling local industry.


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Gerard Condo on 09/04/2021

Hopefully once the NZ - Cook Island bubble starts and no problems occur then a similar bubble can start with Australia since the covid situation seems to be controlled and stays that way.