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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…
Auckland businesses are placing high hopes on the move to level 1 after being hit hard by a second lockdown.
Businesses in Taupō say they were shocked when they learned a family who visited them recently had later tested positive for Covid-19, and most have reopened after a deep clean of their premises.
Engineers are assessing the damage and working on a temporary solution to reopen some centre lanes of the Auckland Harbour Bridge after a truck toppled by high winds hit a key structure.
First Union says The Warehouse has made a wrong decision to go ahead with a proposed restructure under which hundreds of jobs and thousands of weekly work-hours could be cut.
A Rotorua man's charitable trust is renting motels to house people after the Covid-19 pandemic forced him to shut his shelters for the homeless.
Some Aucklanders are nervous about the move to what the prime minister is calling "level 2.5", but restaurateurs say it can't come soon enough.
A strong majority of Chinese New Zealanders say they still prefer National to Labour, even though they're pretty happy with the government's Covid response.
South Auckland doctors are setting up their own Covid-19 test sites to encourage anxious communities at the heart of the current outbreak.
Auckland will move down to Covid-19 alert level 2 from Monday if there's no significant change in the cluster's growth and trajectory.
Aucklanders will find out today if they will be staying in level 3 lockdown or if the Covid-19 outbreak is contained enough to relax restrictions.
A group of Chinese workers claim they've been left out of pocket to the tune of tens of thousands of dollars after a former employer failed to pay their wages in full.
Auckland residents have been queuing up again in droves around testing centres today on day two of the level 3 lockdown.
A clinic in South Auckland has experienced another flurry of people being tested for Covid-19 after a man who had been to the area tested positive in South Korea.
An Auckland pizza shop owner who uncovered what is known in the retail industry as "chargeback or refund fraud" wants more businesses and consumers to be on alert.
Frustrated Air New Zealand customers who have been waiting for months to get a refund may finally be able to manage their money online.
Despite changes allowing more people to come into the country, many couples and families are still stranded on either side of the border.
A trust fund is being set up to look after the health of the Waikato River as authorities agree in principle for Auckland to take more water from it.
International students won't be coming back to NZ universities next semester, and that isn't sitting well with some. Audio
According to new research the Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown has been tough on the mental wellbeing of Asian New Zealanders.
Police say officers acted appropriately and professionally after complaints from a man restrained and arrested in central Auckland yesterday. Audio
An Auckland school is urging its students not to retaliate after a brawl left two teenagers with injuries - one of them with a stab wound.
Dozens of Chinese nationals with family connections to New Zealand have been stuck in Fiji due to Covid-19 border closures.
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.