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Counties Manukau Health is reporting a spike in people reporting to Middlemore Hospital's emergency department as a result of the easing of Covid-19 restrictions.
Auckland Council will consult mana whenua and urban Māori on a proposal to create three Māori seats in time for the 2025 local body elections.
The West Auckland Whānau Ora Battalion is joining forces with the South Seas Healthcare, Manukau Urban Māori Authority and the Turuiki Healthcare Vaccination Fleets over the next two days.
South Auckland's street art scene is flourishing thanks to the work of a local trust. Artist Pascal Atiga-Bridger, who is a 'reformed tagger', and works with the Beautification Trust talks to Jesse! Audio
South Auckland was once seen as a tagger's paradise, but now the region is home to an array of stunning murals and brilliant graffiti art, thanks mainly to the Manukau Beautification Trust.
Public health experts have expressed disappointment after discovering the government didn't discuss their advice to prioritise vaccination efforts in the area.
Two of Auckland's biggest infrastructure projects are facing major cost increases and delays due to global skills shortages and the impact of Covid-19.
The Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency says the Ministry of Health has asked for a 24-hour extension to release Māori vaccination data after losing a landmark decision in the High Court on Monday.
A Māori health provider says Whānau Ora's legal victory over the Ministry of Health will mean it will be able to better target the unvaccinated.
Encouraging people to get the vaccine has been a challenging but rewarding journey for Auckland councillor Josephine Bartley.
It is a hard time for everyone in the hospitality industry, but one owner-operator is finding support through his popular social media account - and spreading positivity in return.
A nurses' union says it should have been notified sooner about a positive Covid-19 case at a south Auckland hospital.
A lockdown of another sort played out on a street in Māngere East earlier this month as police tried to apprehend two men following a firearm callout. And an innocent bystander was caught up in the…
At least 24 staff at Middlemore Hospital's emergency department have been stood down from duties because of potential exposure to Covid-19, a healthcare worker at the department claims.
Photographer Raymond Sagapolutele joins us once again. Audio
The tornado that ripped through an Auckland suburb in June has come with a massive price tag.
Checkpoint reporter Nick Truebridge joins Lisa Owen with the details.
There are concerns New Zealand's first mass vaccination event did not reach at-risk communities.
More than 15,000 people were jabbed over three days, in what's being lauded a success.
But a South… Audio
Ratepayer money looks set to settle an expensive legal fight between Auckland Council and former Māori Party co-leader John Tamihere.
The trades industry is getting a shake up thanks to a new project working to get more Pasifika and Māori women to pick up the tools.
Last year just one in 40 new trades apprentices were women, now… Video, Audio
Some people in south Auckland will be prioritised for the vaccine, but not everyone.
Papatoetoe was the centre of the latest outbreak, so Checkpoint reporter Ella Stewart and cameraman Simon Rogers… Video, Audio