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A South Auckland GP thinks the government has dropped the ball on ensuring doctors have access to Covid-19 rapid antigen tests.
Hauora Tairāwhiti is anticipating up to a third of staff might be out of action ill or isolating when Omicron inevitably sweeps into the community.
Covid-19 experts are nervously observing an ever-increasing number of cases at the border, as the threat of an Omicron outbreak looms. Audio
William Willis, who travelled to Wānaka during the lockdown, has been convicted of failing to comply with the Covid-19 health order and ordered to pay a fine and court costs.
The days could be numbered for the Thames-Coromandel District mayor Sandra Goudie chairing meetings in person.
A conservation group is fighting to stop a 2.3-hectare block of bush in Auckland being sold today to a developer.
Shaggy-haired Aucklanders can finally get a haircut this week as they get ready for life out of lockdown. Audio
Auckland Council's planning committee is voting on Auckland Transport's new strategy, which could remove parking spots on main arterial routes and in some parts of the city as a way of curbing diesel…
A 19 year old accused of threatening to kill non-Muslims is facing multiple fresh charges of possessing objectionable publications.
The clean up continues in west Auckland, two months after severe flooding destroyed parts of the region.
An Eastern Bay of Plenty Māori health provider is planning to boost abysmal vaccination rates in the region by setting up camp and going door-to-door in rural and remote communities offering the jab.
Auckland hospitality businesses desperate to reopen their doors say the government's increased financial support will only put a small dent in their bills stacking up over lockdown.
A homeless advocate hopes health authorities listen to those on the front line about the best way to reach at-risk communities for vaccination.
Te Araroa Trust executive director Mark Weatherall estimates up to 200 walkers are affected by the lockdowns.
The Destiny Church leader pleaded not guilty to organising an anti-lockdown protest in breach of Covid-19 alert level restrictions.
Auckland business leaders are calling for more clarity over the government unveils its three-phase plan to ease the region's Covid-19 lockdown. Audio
Charges against the former New Zealand Public Party leader include filing a false candidate donations return.
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff has made one thing clear - the government's Three Waters Reform programme would not get his approval under the current settings.
The couple who flew to Wānaka, breaking Auckland's level 4 lockdown restrictions can be named as William Willis and Hannah Rawnsley.
The lawyer representing the couple who travelled to a Wānaka holiday home from Auckland has told a court social media users cannot be trusted to follow name suppression orders.
Thousands of New Zealanders' Friday afternoon workflow was interrupted today when their internet connection cut out due to a cyber attack on a main internet provider.
About 200 residents on West Auckland's coast are settling into a lockdown within a lockdown, as impassable roads caused by severe flooding earlier this week cuts them off from the outside world.
Auckland businesses are calling out for more financial support from the government as they face an extended stint in lockdown.
Older people in the Coromandel region are nervously waiting to see whether Covid-19 cases pop up in the area.
A prominent businessman jailed for indecent assault and corruption has been granted bail while he awaits an appeal.