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It's a two-second action which could prevent another lockdown, but most people aren't doing it.
Use of the Covid-19 QR scanning app has dropped dramatically over the summer - the number of daily… Audio
Work is already underway to ensure the Covid-19 vaccine roll out is welcomed by the Pasifika community.
A top Pasifika GP says New Zealand's health providers must seize this opportunity to rectify… Audio
The government is expected to use a marketing campaign to convince New Zealanders who are on the fence about the Covid-19 vaccination.
Bodo Lang, an Auckland University marketing lecturer, says there… Audio
New Zealand is hoping for a housing miracle, but the construction supplies needed to boost property stock are running low.
The global pandemic means astronomical holdups in the shipping of materials… Audio
Drug testing groups are ramping up their services outside of music festivals, all while the government seeks a permanent way for them to operate without fearing legal repercussions.
While many parents worry about how social media is affecting teenagers, a new study shows it's really a good night's sleep that many young people need.
Research from the University of Otago proves… Audio
In the last ten years, the value of property has doubled in some areas of New Zealand.
Figures released by Realestate.co.nz show between 2011 and 2020 the asking prices for properties went up by more… Audio
Two people have died after car travelling the wrong way on the Wellington Urban Motorway crashed into another vehicle this morning.
The crash occurred on the flyover between the Molesworth Street and… Audio
UK government ministers are looking to New Zealand's managed isolation hotels, to see how the same thing could work there.
Tighter border controls and rules for entry were introduced this week, but… Audio
A dairy owner was shot in the leg during an aggravated robbery in Manurewa last night.
The small Taranaki town of Hawera was left reeling yesterday after it became the scene of a double homicide investigation.
Police were called to a property in Manawapou Road at half past two… Audio
Convicted criminals are reportedly paying tens-of-thousands of dollars to President Donald Trump's associates to lobby him for a pardon.
Mr Trump is preparing an expansive list of more than 100… Audio
The Education Review Office has warned that some children lost ten weeks of learning in last year's lockdowns.
It surveyed thousands of students and teachers and says anxiety and under-achievement… Audio
Training to administer Covid 19 vaccines should start next month, with up to three thousand more healthcare staff needed.
But there are fears some people won't accept the jab, and it's those people a… Audio
A shortage of building supplies is preventing the construction sector from delivering projects on time and within budget.
Plumbing, electrical and tiling suppliers are all reporting difficulties… Audio
The wharf has been closed for urgent repair work after an investigation found more than 20 of the piles were in poor or very poor condition.
Schools have told the Education Review Office that some children lost 10 weeks of learning in last year's lockdowns, but the overall impact of the pandemic is still unclear.
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga says his government will take all possible measures to protect the country's medical system, as hospitals creak under the strain of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A caravan of US-bound Central American migrants has been met with truncheons and tear gas in Guatemala, where security forces blocked their path.
Ngāi Tahu Property is developing the four hectare site on Gorge Road for Kiwibuild and the Land for Housing Programme.
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