12:00 PM.Retail sales collapse during the lockdown. Police break up weekend parties.
Nicola Wright has the news. Read more Audio
12:11 PM.Police say there was an increase in people breaking Alert Level 3 rules over the weekend, compared with weekends over the Level 4 lockdown period.
112 people were charged by police or given warnings… Read more Audio
12:14 PM.An epidemiologist is worried people's loose approach to the rules could result in community transmission if someone unknowingly had Covid-19.
It wouldn't be until late this week - or even next week -… Read more Audio
12:17 PM.Police are adamant they enforced lockdown rules appropriately, despite advice from Crown Law they had little to no power to enforce them early on.
Leaked emails show a Crown Law opinion warned the… Read more Audio
12:21 PM.Westpac is budgeting for a big rise in costs and bad debts because of the Covid 19 virus as its first half profit slumped by nearly 50 percent.
Gyles Beckford has business. Read more Audio
12:29 PM.The newly re-elected World Rugby chairman, Sir Bill Beaumont, has brought up the issue of a global rugby tournament once again.
Barry Guy has sport. Read more Audio
12:35 PM.The Government has adamantly ruled out any relaxation of rules banning new migrant workers, despite the uncertainty horticulturists have around staff numbers.
Susan Murray has the rural news. Read more Audio
12:42 PM.Experts are telling employers they'll need to start looking at ways to diversify their workforce, with migrant numbers forecast to significantly reduce in the coming years.
Older workers and younger… Read more Audio
12:46 PM.Aucklanders may have enjoyed the sound of rain on their roofs over the weekend but Watercare is warning the severe drought is far from over.
Water storage levels dropped to less than 50 per cent this… Read more Audio