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New Zealand's largest privately-owned healthcare group is having to intermittently close urgent care and general practice clinics.
Proposed rules on advertising to children should apply to all under-18s, rather than under-16s, a leading food and nutrition policy expert says. Audio
The sequencing shows the strain is likely to be covered by the vaccine, but one leading vaccinologist says Aotearoa has "dropped the ball badly" on vaccinating pregnant people.
Kūmara packers have had working hours slashed after crops were ravaged by Cyclone Gabrielle - but bosses are doing their best to keep staff on for next season.
Sir Ashley Bloomfield says the worst of the Covid-19 pandemic appears to be over - three years on today from Aotearoa's first lockdown.
The family of a murdered Whangārei forestry worker have described their anguish, at the High Court today.
A booking agent that helped cruise ship passengers visit Whakaari / White Island has failed in a bid to have a health and safety charge dismissed.
Charges have been laid against an individual and a company linked to the sinking of the fishing charter boat Enchanter a year ago.
Ngāpuhi parents who challenged an anti-co-governance roadshow in Kerikeri last night hosted by Julian Batchelor say it was a display of ignorance.
Police had to break up arguments and eventually ask people to leave an anti-co-governance event in Dargaville last night. Audio
A family lawyer has been taken to hospital with serious injuries after disorder in the Whangārei courthouse.
Lions, tigers and a leopard face possible euthanasia in Whangārei after the financial collapse of their cat sanctuary home.
Mangawhai spent the weekend cleaning up flooding damage from an enormous downpour on Friday night.
A judge has rejected GNS Science's arguments for a split-off trial over alleged health and safety breaches at Whakaari / White Island.
A judge is deliberating whether GNS Science should be tried alone, for alleged health and safety breaches at Whakaari / White Island.
Alexander Abramov was considered a threat to the integrity of sanctions against his business partner Roman Abramovich, a police intelligence report shows.
New Zealand's Human Rights Commission will voice grave concerns about children and teens in emergency housing to the United Nations in Geneva.
Todd Energy says it has identified the root cause of safety problems which has shut its Kapuni gas plant for nearly a month.
A family grieving the death of Michael Pikikotuku Asher say their perception of police has "somewhat improved" since their handling of his daughter's disappearance 20 years ago
The Thames-Coromandel District Council says Cyclone Hale has done millions of dollars of damage.
A gas distributor has put some prices up by nearly 600 percent, because of the Kāpuni CO2 plant shutdown, according to a letter sent to customers.
The temporary closure of the Kapuni liquid carbon dioxide plant is highly concerning for drink-makers, as domestic gas supplies have already been cut back.
The closure began just prior to Christmas - and there is no date yet for when it will reopen.
The driver was knocked unconscious, and the two passengers killed.
Rhythm and Vines has sent crews to clean up rubbish believed to have been dumped by festival-goers, in a cherished forest in Tairāwhiti.