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Thursday, 3 June 2021
An MIQ security guard lied nine times about having Covid-19 tests when he had not, according to reviews into two incidents at two isolation hotels.
The investigations into outbreaks in March and… Read more Audio
Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins has announced an extended pause on quarantine free travel with Victoria as the outbreak of Covid-19 in Melbourne continues.
The pause will be in place for at… Read more Audio
Wednesday, 2 June 2021
Niue's first delivery of Covid-19 vaccines has arrived.
The small number of innoculations are being used to vaccinate the vaccinators and other key people.
This opens up the possibility of the… Read more Audio
North Canterbury residents who fled as the Okuku River flooded over their properties are worried they might not be able to live there anymore.
They're waiting on Waimakariri District Council… Read more Video, Audio
Police are warning if a fraudster is allowed her KiwiSaver funds, it could open the door for other criminals.
Joanne Harrison was jailed and then deported to Britain after defrauding the Transport… Read more Audio
The Prime Minister says the government will take a look at a possible gap in laws protecting people from sexualised online abuse.
Her comments are in response to allegations former National Party… Read more Audio
The flood-damaged Ashburton bridge is likely to be open only to light traffic for the time being whilst officials continue to test its structural integrity.
Heavy rainfall caused the foundations to… Read more Video, Audio
Tempers could boil over with new rules forcing whitebaiters cheek-by-jowl in some places, warns one fisher.
The government today announced new restrictions for whitebait fishing including a shorter… Read more Audio
National Leader Judith Collins has all but confirmed she warned outgoing MP Nick Smith the media was on to a story about an altercation in his office.
Dr Smith will leave Parliament next week after… Read more Audio
Another delay for cancer patients needing radiation therapy at Waikato DHB as it announces it won't be back on until next week - three weeks after the cyber attack that took it offline.
It comes as… Read more Audio
A health advocacy group wants New Zealand sports to wean themselves off sponsorship deals with alcohol brands.
Alcohol Healthwatch has made a formal complaint to the Advertising Standards Authority… Read more Audio
Melbourne's lockdown has been extended another seven days as the cluster of community Covid-19 cases there continues to tick up.
But restrictions in the rest of the state of Victoria will ease… Read more Video, Audio