5:07 PM.The Health Minister David Clark will keep his job for now after breaching the lockdown rules - but the Prime Minister says if it had been any other time he would have been sacked.
Clark has admitted… Read more Audio
5:12 PM.An entire sports stadium in Auckland has been transformed into a food bank to help feed thousands of households going hungry during the lockdown.
As New Zealand's cases of Covid-19 start to level… Read more Video, Audio
5:16 PM.Help is on the way for dozens of New Zealanders stuck in Peru, with details being finalised for a government-chartered mercy flight.
Questions remain about whether more flights can be arranged, but… Read more Audio
5:27 PM.With Cyclone Harold slowly moving away from Vanuatu, reports are slowly starting to emerge of the scale of destruction there.
The Category 5 storm tore across the country's northern and central… Read more Audio
5:33 PM.News from the business sector, including a market report. Audio
5:37 PM.Lawyers looking to sue the owners of the Covid-19-infected Ruby Princess cruise ship say compensation could run into the millions of dollars.
The ship is Australia's single biggest source of… Read more Video, Audio
5:51 PM.There are concerns for refugee families who might not be able to keep up with the rapidly evolving information coming out everyday about Covid-19.
There are 19 translations of basic information about… Read more Audio
5:54 PM.As the Covid-19 lockdown continues, most schools, universities and workplaces are now online, but not everyone has access to the web.
Internet companies and the government are working together to… Read more Audio
6:06 PM.The government is cautiously optimistic the level four lock down restrictions are working.
For the first time since the outbreak, the Director-General of Health has confirmed larger numbers of… Read more Audio
6:10 PM.The UK Prime Minister who initially advocated herd immunity as the answer to Covid-19 remains in intensive care in a London hospital.
Boris Johnson was admitted to St Thomas' Hospital in central… Read more Video, Audio
6:14 PM.The Hereford Association of NZ president says he was denied a test despite having shaken over 500 hands during the World Hereford conference last month in Queenstown.
The conference, which was held… Read more Video, Audio
6:26 PM.For most New Zealanders there's nothing more comforting than grasping a bulging bag of fish and chips to the chest on the Friday walk home - it's literally heartwarming.
But right now the fish and… Read more Video, Audio