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Sunday 31 May

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  • Day nine of no new Covid cases — There are no new cases of Covid-19 today, the ninth straight day of no new cases.
  • Day nine of no new Covid cases — There are no new cases of Covid-19 today, the ninth straight day of no new cases.
  • Cyclist dies after crash in Christchurch — A person is dead after a cyclist and vehicle collided in Christchurch yesterday afternoon.
  • Cyclist dies after crash in Christchurch — A person is dead after a cyclist and vehicle collided in Christchurch yesterday afternoon.
  • Global coronavirus cases hit 6 million mark — Demonstrators in Buenos Aires take part in a protest against the coronavirus quarantine measures. Photo: Getty Global coronavirus cases have surpassed 6 million, according to a Reuters tally, as Latin America reports a grim milestone of 50,000 deaths from the disease.
  • Sky staffer, basketball blogger dies aged 39 — Leon and Kate Taylor. Photo: Supplied via NZ Herald A much-loved husband and member of the basketball community died this week from a heart attack aged 39 - despite the efforts of his wife to save him.
  • Sky staffer, basketball blogger dies aged 39 — Leon and Kate Taylor. Photo: Supplied via NZ Herald A much-loved husband and member of the basketball community died this week from a heart attack aged 39 - despite the efforts of his wife to save him.
  • Protests rage on in wake of Minneapolis death — A man gestures as he confronts National Guard members guarding the area in the aftermath of a protest in Minneapolis over the death of George Floyd. Photo: Reuters The full Minnesota National Guard was activated for the first time since World War 2 after four nights of civil unrest that has spread to other US cities following the death of a black man shown on video gasping for breath as a white Minneapolis policeman knelt on his neck.
  • SpaceX rocket makes successful launch — The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon spacecraft lifts off from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. Photo: Reuters SpaceX, the private rocket company of billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk, launched two Americans toward orbit from Florida on Saturday in a mission that marks the first spaceflight of Nasa astronauts from US soil in nine years.
  • Warriors stun Dragons to relaunch season in style — Warriors players celebrate their victory over the Dragons at Central Coast Stadium in Gosford. Photo: Getty It was the Kodi Nikorima show as a miracle met a fairytale at Central Coast Stadium yesterday.
  • Warriors stun Dragons to relaunch season in style — Warriors players celebrate their victory over the Dragons at Central Coast Stadium in Gosford. Photo: Getty It was the Kodi Nikorima show as a miracle met a fairytale at Central Coast Stadium yesterday.
  • Australia closer to no new Covid cases — People wearing face masks walk along Swanston St in Melbourne, as more retail stores reopen their doors. Photo: Getty Victoria is the only Australian state so far to record new cases of coronavirus this weekend, bringing closer the day when Australia records zero additional cases.
  • Australia closer to no new Covid cases — People wearing face masks walk along Swanston St in Melbourne, as more retail stores reopen their doors. Photo: Getty Victoria is the only Australian state so far to record new cases of coronavirus this weekend, bringing closer the day when Australia records zero additional cases.
  • Southland ticket wins $250k — A Lotto player from Southland will be enjoying the long weekend even more after winning $250,000 in last night's draw.
  • North Island lashed by wild weather — At least two vehicles were trapped in floodwaters last night as the North Island got its first taste of a wet Queen's Birthday weekend.
  • A challenge, but pub happy to be back — Heff's Hotel co-owners and partners Liezel Ignacio and Sean McCarrigan are happy to be serving patrons in their South Dunedin pub since Covid-19 restrictions were lifted. Photo: Shawn McAvinue It’s good to be back and a step closer to much-needed normality, a South Dunedin publican says.
  • Company takes hit as hotel reopens — Scenic Hotel Southern Cross senior receptionist Sheena Ragasajo issues a room key in central Dunedin on Monday. Photo: Shawn McAvinue The Scenic Hotel Group has reopened one of its two Dunedin hotels – a move costing the chain about $70,000 a month.
  • Harbour project making tracks despite Covid delays — NZ Transport Agency senior project manager Jason Forbes stands at the start of the West Harbour cycleway-walkway extension at St Leonards, where work is back under way after the Covid-19 lockdown. Photo: Brenda Harwood Progress is good nearly six months into the $31 million project to extend the West Harbour shared pathway to Port Chalmers, despite the impact of Covid-19.
  • Petition launched for beach boardwalk — Steven McGregor is suggesting a boardwalk from St Clair to Lawyers Head be built and Kettle Park to be turned into a domain. Photo: Jessica Wilson A Dunedin resident has an idea to make use of one of the city’s under-utilised areas.
  • Israeli police fatally shoot man in Jerusalem — Israeli police officers fatally shot a man they suspected was carrying a weapon in Jerusalem's Old City on Saturday, a police spokesman said, but the Palestinian suspect was later found to have been unarmed, Israeli media reported.