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People who usually do their grocery shopping at the supermarket where the country's latest Covid-19 case went after escaping managed isolation are shocked he got out in the first place.
Two people charged in relation to the death of police officer Matthew Hunt have pleaded not guilty.
Auckland water blasting businesses are putting Watercare on blast over their water restrictions, saying it has turned the tap off on them.
Not for the first time in its long history, the America's Cup is embroiled in skulduggery and subterfuge.
Auckland Council has today been grilling its own water company, Watercare, over the management of the region's water shortage.
It has been another busy day at community testing centres in Auckland with long queues as people line up to get swabbed for Covid-19.
Iwi and environmentalists opposed to a proposal to dredge the Rangitoto shipping channel are outraged Auckland Council wants to reject half of the submissions against it.
The Department of Conservation is calling on the public to report any orca sightings along the North Island's east coast.
A New Zealander who arrived home on a repatriation flight from Delhi says he was overwhelmed by the warm welcome at the airport.
E Tū union is calling for a serious harm investigation after two security guards were stabbed with a pair of scissors at Auckland's Middlemore Hospital.
New furniture and homewares retailer Nido is optimistic about opening the doors to customers, despite launching during the Covid-19 downturn.