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Baby rhino in Botswana adopted, named after Dr Ashley Bloomfield – Stuff.co.nz

New Zealand alcohol company, Part Time Rangers, adopted a new-born rhino in partnership with Rhinos Without Borders and named it after the ‘Kiwi legend’.

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Apple Fixes Issue With “Washed Out” iMac Screens – Forbes

Apple has released an extra patch for macOS that fixes a flaw that left iMac screens looking “washed out” after resuming from sleep.

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Apple has released an extra patch for macOS that fixes a problem that left iMac screens looking washed out after resuming from sleep.
The so-called supplemental update for macOS Catalina 10.15.6 follows the 10.15.6 update that was released last month, and is a relatively unusual move for Apple.
The patch addresses two problems, according to Apples release notes. The first is that problem with the screens, whi…

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Coronavirus: Waikato police officer self-isolating after contact with Covid-19 case – Stuff.co.nz

Police say the officer came into contact with one of the people from the Auckland cluster who had been to Rotorua.

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A Waikato police officer is self-isolating after coming into contact with a person from the Auckland Covid19 cluster.
The officer was conducting a routine traffic stop at Karapiro, south-east of Cambridge, on Tuesday when he came into contact with the infected person.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern addresses media regarding new Covid-19 cluster.
The member of the public is from the existing Auckland cluster and had visited Rotorua.
Police said the officer is self-isolating for 14 days and w…

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COVID-19: What we know about New Zealand’s 17 cases of community transmission – Newshub

The outbreak has now evolved into a cluster.

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Now the race is on to prevent those cluster branches spreading further and Dr Bloomfield says Kiwis should expect the numbers to rise.
“What we know about clusters, as we’ve found out in the past is that they do continue to grow so we fully expect there will be further cases.”
Some students at Mt Albert Grammar have been sent letters saying they must self-isolate for 14 days. Other families in the area have been told to stay vigilant for any COVID-19 symptoms.
Dr Bloomfield announced on Thurs…

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