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Psychologists say there's emerging evidence of long-term and in some cases 'severe' effects from time spent in MIQ.
Officials don't know how much they've splashed out on MIQ subsidies for international sports teams.
The government agreed to subsidise international sports stars' managed isolation and quarantine bills last year - paying hundreds of thousands of dollars per team.
The idea was shot down by officials who looked at options and each time found a shortage of resources - and a risk of public backlash.
The events preceding the LynnMall stabbings will be investigated by three agencies in a coordinated formal review.
At least 15 rest homes are turning down new admissions because the migrant nurses they have hired, cannot enter the country.
Vaccination centres have been scaled up again in Auckland today, amid second-dose bookings from the country's first mass vaccination event.
Auckland District Health Board has been accused of putting vulnerable patients and a stretched workforce at risk with lenient rules for visitors during lockdown.
As health authorities scramble to investigate a mystery Covid-19 infection at Middlemore Hospital the management of the case has been slated as a failure and a mess by unions and opposition parties.
A 19-year-old who fled the LynnMall stabbings and helped a wounded woman says she didn't realise the serious impact the attack had on her until she visited another supermarket on the weekend.
A criminologist who deemed the LynnMall attacker 'low risk' in 2018 believes there were missed opportunities to steer him away from violent extremism.
Ruined cars, broken belongings and ripped up gardens have emerged from floodwaters in West Auckland after Monday night's deluge.
First person - As an essential worker, RNZ reporter Katie Todd has to get to Auckland while the rest of the country diligently follows the lockdown rules - if she can get past a rural red light.
The Chief Ombudsman has launched multiple investigations into MIQ, including "customer service" issues and complaints from seafarers that they are getting stranded overseas.
A man has been sentenced to 19 months and two weeks in prison for helping bury a man's body in the central North Island and keeping quiet about the killing for two years.
The country's main supermarket chains could be in for a shake up when the Commerce Commission releases its draft investigation into the groceries industry.
The mother of murdered police officer Matthew Hunt says it has been traumatic listening to the details in court of what happened to her son. Audio
Police killer Eli Epiha has been found guilty on a charge of attempted murder, after shooting two officers in Auckland last June, killing Matthew Hunt and wounding David Goldfinch.
A jury has retired to consider its verdict in the trial of police killer Eli Epiha, who shot two officers in Auckland last June, killing Matthew Hunt.
The crown in the trial of Eli Epiha claims he was intent on killing police officers last June - choosing the most efficient of two weapons and sauntering away when an officer was wounded.
The man who shot and killed police officer Matthew Hunt has told the High Court it was a "coincidence" he hit a second officer David Goldfinch four times.
The man who murdered police officer Matthew Hunt has defended himself in the High Court, claiming he could have killed a second officer if he wanted to.
After Shane Conza helped Eli Epiha hide a gun after the shooting of two police officers, the pair were stopped by a patrol. Epiha, who had earlier committed murder, told Conza to act cool.
The colleague of slain police officer Matthew Hunt has recounted a "surreal moment" he shared with the gunman - before what felt like an explosion of acid in his hip, as he was shot.
Witnesses have described hiding from gunfire, watching an officer fall and seeing an armed man calmly 'stroll' from the fatal shooting of Constable Matthew Hunt.