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The Consumer Affairs Minister has asked Air New Zealand customers to show sympathy for the airline as it grapples with demands for refunds for cancelled flights.
Finance Minister Grant Robertson has accused the opposition of belittling New Zealanders' achievement in the fight against Covid-19.
The University of Auckland is considering moving domestic students out of halls of residence to make way for returning international students that need to be quarantined.
Small North Island towns that rely on the country's busiest highway to survive say their businesses have been devastated by a dramatic drop in people passing through. Video
Waitākere Hospital staff caring for Covid-19 patients from St Margaret's Hospital faced several problems with protective equipment, an urgent review has found.
A doctors' union fears the Waitematā District Health Board is covering up mistakes that led to seven of its staff contracting Covid-19.
The Royal Commission investigating historic abuse in care has quietly suspended meetings of the group of survivors set up to advise it.
New Zealand could remain in alert levels 2 and 3 for a "moderate amount of time" even if infection prevention and control continue, according to an official document.
Official documents show the Royal Commission investigating the Christchurch mosque shootings wasn't on track to meet its April deadline before the country went into lockdown.
The ACT party's youth wing says it will be conducting an investigation, after one of its senior members claimed she was sexually harassed.
The Waikato DHB says it can't offer wider Covid-19 tests for people who attended a St Patrick's Day party linked to one of the country's largest clusters.
Tourism operators in Whakatāne already struggling in the wake of the deadly Whakaari eruption say the Covid-19 pandemic has forced them to lay off staff and even consider closing down.
The man who admitted assaulting two teenage boys at a Young Labour summer camp is set to take his fight for name suppression to the Court of Appeal.
Some of the country's top scientists are calling on the government to urgently invest millions into research and development of Covid-19 vaccines.
Business owners preparing for life under alert level 3 have been frantically renovating store fronts, building online stores and creating new ways to interact with customers.
Medical Research Institute researchers say the major clinical trials will mean New Zealand patients will receive treatment likely to be more effective. Audio
The Royal Commission investigating the Christchurch mosque shootings has asked for another deadline extension because staff can't access classified material from home.
More than 60 people who linked to a wedding at the Oyster Cove restaurant on 21 March have so far tested positive for Covid-19.
Young love is being put to the test under the strict nationwide lockdown, with some couples scrambling to move in together, while others choose to stay apart.
Health officials failed to tell a disability service it was linked to a cluster of Covid-19 cases before publicly outing it online.
The Ministry of Health accidentally listed the surnames and location of people linked to two clusters - the information was on its website for several hours before it was taken down.
Volunteers are using 3D printers to make tens of thousands of face shields for health workers helping in the Covid-19 coronavirus crisis across the country.
New Zealanders abroad scrambling to return home will still be able to enter the country after it goes into nationwide self-isolation tomorrow at midnight.
A man who deliberately lit fires in tinder-dry Tasman last year initially posed as a frightened resident who was forced to evacuate his home.
New Zealanders stranded overseas say government intervention is their "only hope" of returning home amid the Covid-19 pandemic.