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After a slower start Wellington's vaccination rollout has leaped ahead in recent weeks.
A man is surprised Air New Zealand suggested travelling out of lockdown in Auckland to Hamilton to take advantage of the offer of a free-of-charge flight change.
It's a decidedly mixed bag for Wellington's inner-city businesses getting used to the new normal of Delta level 2.
Increasing demand and a shortage of psychologists is causing ballooning wait times nationwide, with disastrous consequences.
The lockdown has some people reaching for the bottle, with helplines seeing an increase in calls about loved ones drinking too much.
There is some relief for Wellington restaurants and cafes come Wednesday when all of the country except Auckland and Northland drops to alert level 3.
Wellington's centralised mental health triage system is 30 percent understaffed, pushing out wait times and clinicians say it is making patients harder to treat.
Police are continuing to make inquires into two men nearly a year after an investigation was launched into a group of Wellington musicians accused of sexual assault.
News the alert level 4 lockdown is being extended surprised few in the regions.
The environment watchdog has given timber exporters 13 more years to completely stop releasing a toxic and significantly ozone-depleting fumigant gas into the atmosphere.
Burnt out and underpaid midwives say mothers and babies could be hurt if conditions in the sector don't improve.
Doctors fear New Zealand's health system could quickly collapse in the event of an outbreak of the Delta variant of Covid-19.
The government has the real power to fight climate change and the public should now come out and challenge its irresponsible decision-making, says one city councillor.
The rollout of Covid-19 vaccines to the general population starts today but a GP says anyone expecting to immediately receive one is in for a disappointment.
New Zealanders will soon be able track how much greenhouse gas the country is emitting in almost real time.
Some Wellington children and teenagers with severe mental health needs are facing more than six month wait times.
England and Italian football fans were up at the crack of dawn on a cold Wellington morning, hoping to see their side prevail in the Euro 2020 final.
The Court of Appeal has reserved its decision after private action was brought against the legal basis for putting the country into lockdown.
The Court of Appeal has been told that the Director-General of Health did not have the power to put the country into Covid-19 alert levels 4 and 3.
Court to consider whether public servants could legally determine which businesses were 'essential' in lockdowns.
Community groups are apoplectic the country's environment watchdog has once again delayed a deadline that would effectively ban a highly toxic gas used to treat logs for export.
A planning expert says the proposed replacement for the Resource Management Act is too complex and risks being a catastrophic disaster.
The Medical Council cannot reveal what action is being taken against a group of doctors who signed an open letter criticising the Pfizer vaccine.
The Medical Council is warning doctors spreading misinformation about the Covid-19 pandemic and the vaccination rollout that it could cost them their jobs.
Wellington retailers in the central shopping corridor are scared a plan to ban cars from the area will cause businesses to close or abandon the area.