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The New Zealand Defence Force is threatening to sack service members who do not get a Covid-19 vaccination. Audio
Unvaccinated border workers may continue in some frontline MIQ jobs for the next three weeks before they are moved to other roles.
Air New Zealand says it doesn't know of any impending announcement regarding a two-way travel bubble but it is ramping up its operations to the islands from 10 May.
Far North District Council has failed to warn people about the dangers of Cable Bay following a drowning in 2018, a Coroner's report says.
Waikato District Health Board has been found to be systematically failing to meet the needs of its Māori and Pacific communities.
Fresh questions are being asked over management at managed isolation (MIQ) hotels following news of a possible transmission at an Auckland facility. Audio
A multi-billion fund which aims to kickstart the supply of infrastructure for new housing is being praised, but some say this is just a temporary fix to a problem which has been years in the making.
Employers and unions are in talks with the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) to work out how to manage border workers who refuse a Covid-19 vaccine.
There are fundamental flaws in the newly announced multi-billion dollar Auckland transport package, and some of the claims made for it don't add up, say climate and transport groups.
More than 1000 foreigners have been cleared to enter Aotearoa to attend the 36th America's Cup.
After years of preparation, Team New Zealand and Luna Rossa are finally set to enter the starting box tomorrow - getting the America's Cup officially under way.
Tāmaki Makaurau's rainbow community says it is hopeful the final major events of the Auckland Pride calendar can go ahead next Friday.
While Covid-19 messaging is available in 24 languages, the NZ Covid Tracer app is not.
Manukau Institute of Technology is asking for kindness as a student who tested positive for Covid-19 faces cyber-bullying.
Buying a home is increasingly out of reach for many as housing affordability dips to historically low levels.
It was touted as New Zealand's answer to Ikea, but Magsons Hardware - which traded under the Nido brand - has closed for good less than a year after it opened.
Sky Television's half-year profit has more than tripled as it cut costs to counter falling revenue.
The construction industry appears to be in better shape than expected as tradies say they're more optimistic about their future prospects, despite setbacks caused by Covid-19.
Better than expected economic conditions could see a hike in interest rates brought forward by 12 months.
Former All Blacks captain Richie McCaw says Dan Carter can "reflect with pride" on the significant impact he has made on the sport.
More than 100 Victoria University students are being told they cannot move into their accommodation because it is deemed structurally unsound.
Unions are pleased the government is rolling out a Covid-19 vaccine to all border staff ahead of schedule but say more work is needed before it can be distributed to the entire workforce.
New Zealand's ability to upskill its workers is being road-blocked because of a broken promise from Labour to reinstate postgraduate student allowances, a students' association says.
A proposal by the United States to tariff goods on countries which don't meet their climate goals would be too complex to implement, a group representing NZ exporters says.
New Zealand lawmakers should not be intimidated by threats from Google to remove its search engine from Australia, a tech expert says.