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Auckland is being told it's not vaccinated enough to relax restrictions but there are calls to reward the vaccinated with small freedoms.
Eighty-nine percent of eligible people in the city have now… Audio
Where to from here for Auckland?
The government has held up a 90 percent vaccination rate as the key milestone to ease restrictions.
Now in Auckland 89 percent of eligible people have had at least… Audio
Presenter Kahu Kutia explores the issue of suicide with Auckland based rapper and dad Ranuimarz, PhD student Rikki Solomon her sister Emma Kutia. Audio
Some Auckland schools are battling virtual truancy and more than 50 percent of students dropping off the radar as they head back into online classes on Monday.
For hundreds of thousands of students… Video, Audio
Along with 71 new cases in Auckland today, there are four new locations of interest in the suburb of Manurewa.
As the Covid situation worsens, south Auckland schools are looking to boost vaccination… Video, Audio
"Sobering but not unexpected." That is how health officials are describing today's 71 new Covid-19 community cases.
But there is a warning those numbers will get worse. A big part of the problem is… Audio
An Auckland restaurateur is calling for special provisions to be made to the Sale of Liquor Act like they were for the Rugby World Cup in 2011, to accommodate more outdoor diners and give the CBD a… Video, Audio
Auckland businesses are crying out for help to survive, nine weeks into lockdown.
While they are able to cash in the wage subsidy and the business support payments, they're also having to raid… Video, Audio
National Party leader Judith Collins wants the government to release the advice it received that prompted Auckland's move to alert level 3. Audio
University of Canterbury Covid-19 modeller professor Michael Plank says with infection rates on the rise, it's no time to loosen restrictions. Audio
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says "there is a hell of a lot of hurt in the community, not simply the disease but the effect on human beings who have had their incomes slashed, whose businesses are… Audio
Authorities have now contacted a woman who travelled in Northland with a woman who later tested positive for Covid-19, but they still don't know her location.
West Aucklander Dawn O'Connor lives in Brussels, Belgium, where she has been based since 2018. She joins Jim for Calling Home. Audio
People wanting to be a bit more self-sufficient in uncertain times has led to a lift in demand for chook houses. Audio
A case that was under investigation after returning a weak positive result from a test in Whangārei is now a confirmed positive.
Despite the government's best efforts to explain Tāmaki Makaurau's road map to level two, confusion reigns supreme amongst Aucklanders.
Checkpoint hit the streets to quiz people on their knowledge of… Video, Audio
Checkpoint reporter Nick Truebridge is in Ponsonby following news of the three-step transition out of Auckland's alert level 3 restrictions.
He joins Lisa Owen with the latest on Covid-19 cases.
Police say a man pointed a gun at officers and the public multiple times during a police pursuit across several Auckland suburbs this morning.
Officers followed the car and its two occupants from… Audio
The Prime Minister says the government is giving full consideration to easing restrictions in Auckland, but the border will remain in place.
19 new community cases of Covid-19 have been reported… Audio
Worrying breaches of Auckland’s Level 4 border fired up the media this week - just as the Government prepared to green-light a risky shift to Level 3 in the supercity. Meanwhile the media also… Audio