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In just three days Aucklanders go red as the Covid-19 traffic light system comes into force bringing with it the long awaited freedoms like going to a bar, a restaurant or a movie.
The city went into… Audio
With the number of Covid-19 cases steadily rising in the Bay of Plenty, some people are been given caravans and motorhomes to help them self-isolate.
A Covid-19 case is now confirmed as having… Audio
International travel is set to resume next year, but it won't be like pre-2020.
From early next year the Government is doing away with managed isolation for most fully vaccinated travellers, and… Audio
The revelations of historical abuse at a prominent Waikato boarding school is expected to trigger more claims from former students.
An investigation by St Peter's Cambridge shows 19 boys suffered… Audio
Aucklanders can finally get a haircut this week as they get ready for life out of lockdown.
Along with the rest of the country the city will move into the new traffic light Covid-19 system at the end… Audio
Community nerves are running high in west Auckland after two shootings in as many weeks.
Four people have been charged with murder after father-of-two Robert Hart was shot dead in a New Lynn driveway… Audio
School is back in session for Auckland children who haven't been in a classroom for three months.
From new entrants to Year 10 - 200,000 are allowed back. Reporter Jean Bell was outside Mt Eden… Audio
The clean up continues in West Auckland, two months after severe flooding swallowed parts of the region.
The massive flooding saw dozens of homes evacuated, roads washed out and dealt a heavy blow to… Audio
More information is what some Auckland businesses are calling for after the government announced businesses using the vaccine certificate must have fully vaccinated staff.
And as the city desperately… Video, Audio
Being held hostage by the unvaccinated. That's how some Auckland businesses feel as a 90 percent vaccine target is set for opening up.
Whilst they wait - more support has been announced, but many… Audio
A homeless advocate hopes health authorities listen to those on the frontline about the best way to reach at-risk communities for vaccination.
In April, Te Tuinga Whānau Trust's Tommy Kapai Wilson… Audio
The walk of a lifetime has come to a shuddering halt for trampers stuck in the upper North Island's alert level 3 lockdowns.
About 650 people are registered to walk the entire Te Araroa Trail - which… Audio
Its a government famed for its communication skills, but yesterday's three step plan to ease lockdown restrictions has left many scratching their heads.
Step one includes allowing two households to… Audio
The Waikato beachside town of Raglan is waking up under an alert level 3 lockdown after a Covid-19 case popped up in the community yesterday.
The case is one of two detected in the Waikato yesterday… Audio
Auckland Council is telling the government it is not keen on its Three Waters Reforms.
The proposed changes would see control of drinking, waste and storm water systems be taken from the hands of 67… Audio
Life in Auckland has just got a little easier.
Five weeks of hard lockdown - can now be sweetened slightly - with a store bought latte and a takeout.
Thousands of tradies are back on the job in the… Audio
Life in Auckland has just got a little easier. Five weeks of hard lockdown - can now be sweetened slightly - with a store bought latte and a takeout.
As Auckland drops down a level, the Upper Hauraki area north of State Highway 2 around Mangatangi is now in a bespoke level four lockdown, after the detection of positive cases. Anyone who lives… Audio
Reporter Jean Bell was at Lynmall this morning Audio
A cyber attack has created nationwide internet outages - and major working from home headaches - this afternoon.
Internet infrastructure provider Vocus - which operates Orcon, Slingshot. Flip, and… Audio