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Campers, trampers and Coromandel residents were all wringing out their mops today after a deluge of prolonged heavy rain over the long weekend.
A man who received a Queen's Birthday honour for services to wildlife conservation and the deer industry says the award is shared with everyone who's made a contribution.
A charity offering mental health support to Asians says a sharp rise in those seeking help shows a long-term plan is needed to help those in need.
A sign in an Auckland cafe asking staff members to speak only English has been removed after it sparked debate when posted on social media.
New Zealand's three major mobile companies are asking the public to report any suspicious activity after a spate of suspected arson attacks on cellphone towers.
Unemployed migrant workers caught in the cracks amid the Covid-19 crisis say they're still not getting enough help from authorities here or their home countries.
While most New Zealanders are adjusting to life under alert level 3, some have been caught up in lockdowns here and in China.
Chinese restaurants are thought to be among the hardest hit by the Covid-19 virus with many suffering loss of business well before lockdown.
An Auckland couple say they are disappointed that their car put on sale to relieve their financial pressure during the Covid-19 outbreak was scammed.
Nurses at Middlemore Hospital in Auckland say they're alarmed by a Counties Manukau DHB plan to recycle personal protective equipment.
New Zealanders stranded in Wuhan are looking at their options now that people are finally allowed to leave the Chinese city after 76 days of Covid-19 lockdown.
An Auckland acupuncturist says she was shocked that her boss applied for the government's Covid-19 wage subsidy under her name after making her redundant.
Eight more New Zealanders stranded in South America will return home today, while the first charter flight to repatriate German tourists stuck here has departed.
Nurses around the country say they don't feel safe at work and claim in some cases they're not allowed to wear a mask or access proper personal protective equipment.
The government has provided more clarity about what constitutes essential services as the deadline for the unprecedented nationwide shut down fast approaches.
Supermarkets are urging people to calm down and stop panic buying as shoppers hit the aisles en masse.
Small Chinese businesses in Auckland are welcoming the government's wage subsidy scheme as Covid-19 hits the economy hard.
The tourism industry is warning it is in survival mode, with businesses already feeling the effects of the latest travel restrictions looking ahead to the government's support package.
John Sato touched many with his efforts to attend an anti-racism march after last year's mosque attacks. Ahead of the first anniversary of the shootings, he's got a message.
Some international students are avoiding the travel ban on China due to Covid-19 by spending a fortnight in other countries before travelling here to resume their studies.
The 157 people quarantined at the Whangaparāoa navy base finally walked free today - after two weeks living in campervans north of Auckland. Video
More than 150 people quarantined at an Auckland naval base will leave today, two weeks after being evacuated from the coronavirus epicentre of Wuhan in central China.
The government has asked those who have arrived from mainland China to stay in self-quarantine for two weeks, but some say they have nowhere to go. Audio
It's the sixth day of quarantine at a Defence Force training base in Whangaparāoa for people evacuated from Wuhan.
As dozens of evacuees flown back from China to Auckland start their 14-day quarantine at Whangaparāoa, others decided not to leave China or were not eligible.