New Zealand has put a pause on part of its newly opened travel bubble with Australia, the government in Wellington said on Friday, after a Covid-19 outbreak in its larger neighbour.“As set out in our Trans-Tasman bubble protocols, travel between New Zealand and Western Australia has been paused, pending further advice from the state government,” a statement on the New Zealand government website said.The decision came after Western Australia announced that the regions of Perth and Peel were…



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