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While Auckland Council urges residents to 'be prepared' for the next big flood, it allows hundreds more homes to be built in places it expects to be hard hit by floods.
Some people who were wrongly denied the benefit based on redundancy payments, or never applied because of misleading advice, say they still have no answers after applying to have their cases reviewed.
A least a dozen non-disclosure agreements over sexual harassment and bullying complaints have been imposed by New Zealand universities in the last decade.
As chaos swirled, the tweets got darker - but which day was peak bleak?
People with exemption visas to travel to New Zealand have been prevented from boarding a Malaysia Airlines flight from Cambodia after airline staff refused to accept their paperwork.
Tens of thousands in donor's funds given to the New Zealand First Foundation were spent paying expenses, wages and bills for people closely associated with the New Zealand First leader Winston Peters.
New Zealand First has once again opted not to name any donations from the mysterious foundation bankrolling the party on its electoral return.
The number of cars on the road immediately doubled the day that Covid-19 restrictions were eased to level 3, transport data shows.
The visualisations down to suburb level show most people are "behaving themselves" and staying home, data analysts say. Video
Global data collected by Google shows most New Zealanders are continuing to abide by level 4 restrictions, despite an increase in lockdown breaches and convictions.
Record low traffic and public transport data from the third week of lockdown shows New Zealanders are continuing to heed the message to stay home.
Covid-19 could be twice as deadly for Māori communities if the virus spreads in New Zealand - and the risk is even higher for older Māori and Pasifika, new research has found.
Patients are staying away from NZ hospitals during the pandemic - raising fears among doctors that lives could be lost through delayed treatment.
There could have been hundreds more cases of Covid-19 in New Zealand already if a lockdown had not gone ahead, new modelling shows.
It's the question on everyone's mind - so RNZ asked experts how and when the level 4 restrictions might be lifted.
It took a pandemic for Kate Newton's Auckland street to meet their neighbours. Now they're forging a new network over fences and through text messages.
A month ago Shaun Hendy realised the coronavirus was 'gonna be bad' and set up a team to model the spread. Here's how they are predicting what might happen.
New modelling shows the lockdown could buy us time, but cases of Covid-19 will still peak well beyond hospital capacity as soon as it ends.
Use RNZ's interactive globe to see where people testing positive for the coronavirus flew from.
Two-thirds of New Zealand's Covid-19 cases so far are in older people but the patterns are still too "idiosyncratic" to draw any strong predictions from, a researcher modelling the virus says.
A Kiwi NGO worker who has chosen to strand herself in the Marshall Islands says watching the Covid-19 pandemic unfold from the unaffected Pacific nation feels surreal.
Care workers say a lack of support and communication from care agencies is stoking fears among elderly and unwell patients that they'll catch Covid-19 from their support workers.
New Zealanders in Australia who face months of unemployment or dramatically-reduced working hours because of Covid-19 may get no financial assistance.
The New Zealand First Foundation received $100,000 in just one week from two rich-listers, whose donations remained secret because the individual payments fell below the disclosure threshold.
One of the country's biggest fishing companies, Talley's, and its managing director donated nearly $27,000 to the New Zealand First Foundation.