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Aucklanders are supporting compulsory scanning of the Covid Tracer but an epidemiologist says it should be used in high-risk situations only.
Clinicians are wading through a flood of Covid-19 tests, in the hope that Auckland can move out of alert level 3 by tomorrow night.
The Chinese spring festival begins today, marking the start of the year of the ox and also one of the most important traditional festivals in Chinese culture.
A government survey suggests people are becoming increasingly relaxed about protecting themselves from the risk of Covid-19.
A dying New Zealand expat who was initially denied an MIQ spot has now been granted one, to his family's relief.
People in Northland are divided on an iwi proposal to reinstate checkpoints in Northland in the light of a new community case of Covid-19.
The new community case of Covid-19 in Northland has locals worried about another community outbreak.
A woman says she was left shaken and humiliated after her lifejacket was pulled off by a staff member at a water park in Auckland.
Labour unions are calling on the government to give residency to long-term migrant workers who now call New Zealand home.
Drowning Prevention Auckland is reminding people, especially Asian communities, to stay vigilant around waters during the summer holidays.
Covid-19 data modelling expert Shaun Hendy says he's humbled to receive a New Year honour.
Otago University Medical Professor Michael Baker says his New Year Honour came as a pleasant surprise and is a recognition for all those who work in public health and epidemiology.
A veteran who took four buses to join an anti-racism march after the Christchurch mosque attacks, says he is touched and humbled by greeting cards received from overseas.
City Missioner Chris Farrelly says the pandemic has opened people's eyes on the importance of helping, and there's been a growing level of kindness, care, and compassion.
A man holidaying at Rotorua's hot pools has been left with a broken bone and bruises on his face after an attack.
An overstayer who has had a stroke and is paralysed has exposed questions about who pays for the treatment of patients who are ineligible for publicly-funded heatlhcare.
A man who was shot three times by police in Northland after shooting at a police dog was wanted on drug and firearms charges, police say.
Police say they are continuing to make progress on a homicide investigation after a woman was found dead in a car in east Auckland.
The Bird Rescue Charitable Trust has been getting reports of dead penguins on beaches in Northland and north Auckland, and it could be connected to the current La Nina weather pattern.
Aucklanders appear to be broadly in support of new mandatory mask-wearing rules the Prime Minister announced today.
Covid-19 has forced some students to ditch their studies to look for work and support families hit hard by lockdown and redundancies, and today, a jobs expo has been helping link students with…
Police are investigating an apparent fraud in which an Auckland dairy owner claims she lost tens of thousands of dollars in a currency exchange after giving money to a customer.
A founding member of a new migrants service organisation is calling for workers to speak up if they're treated unfairly and employers to stop exploitation.
Bars are urging people to be more vigilant about the risk of Covid-19 over the Labour Day weekend and stress the need to scan in using the Covid tracer app or to sign in manually. Audio
Letting 250 international PhD and postgraduate students back into the country has been welcomed as an important first step by the cash hungry education sector, but universities admit they still don't…