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Tuesday, 23 February 2021
Monday, 22 February 2021
'Flippant', 'opaque' and 'lacking mayoral leadership'. Wellington Mayor Andy Foster is not winning any popularity contests with some of his city councillors, as they grow increasingly frustrated with… Read more Audio
In the years that have followed the devastating Christchurch earthquake, there have been many stories of the struggles people have faced.
Tonight we bring you the tale of the little school in… Read more Video, Audio
The most at-risk workers at the Ports of Auckland have lined up for their Covid-19 vaccinations today, with most saying they barely felt a scratch.
There has been at least one community outbreak… Read more Video, Audio
Auckland will join the rest of the country in Covid-19 alert level 1 from midnight, but is there a better option than a large scale lockdown if or when there's another outbreak?
For Tāmaki Makaurau… Read more Video, Audio
The Corrections Minister has asked Corrections for its side of the story, after a judge ruled inmates at Auckland Women's Prison were treated in a degrading and inhumane way.
Manukau District Court… Read more Audio
A man has told a court he believes his drink was spiked by what he calls a "predatory" and "utterly creepy" businessman.
The businessman, who has name suppression, is accused of indecently assaulting… Read more Audio
Just one CTV employee who was in the building during the February 22 earthquake managed to escape before it came down.
For Maryanne Jackson, the pain of losing 16 colleagues has been compounded by… Read more Video, Audio
News from the business sector, including a market report. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6234235696001 Video, Audio
22 Feb 2021
As the tide rises, rescuers are racing to refloat 40 whales stranded at Farewell Spit, at the top of the South Island.
The long-finned pilot whales were spotted on the beach at 9.30am and a team of… Read more Video, Audio
Scarce supplies and the cost of personal protective equipment is prompting some dentists to up their prices.
Now they are calling for government support to fund and source high level PPE to avoid… Read more Audio
Thousands of people in Christchurch and around the country paused at 12.51 on Monday afternoon to mark a decade since the February 22 magnitude 6.3 earthquake which claimed 185 lives.
It was 10 years… Read more Video, Audio