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Seventeen travellers from New Zealand leave Melbourne Airport in a breach of the trans-Tasman bubble

SBS Saturday, 17 October 2020 ()
The passengers landed in Sydney as part of the trans-Tasman bubble and then allegedly caught a connecting flight to Melbourne.
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Hundreds of New Zealand plane passengers started arriving in Sydney on Friday as part of a new trans-Tasman travel bubble amid a rapidly falling growth rate in cases at the epicenter of Australia's coronavirus outbreak. Ryan Brooks reports.

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