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Fiona Robinson was in a sleepy coastal village somewhere in Argentina when quite by chance she discovered late in the piece, the world was shutting down all around her.
After a breathtakingly… Read more Video, Audio
News from the business sector, including a market report. Video, Audio
Schools and early learning centres partially reopened on Wednesday for the first time in five weeks.
The move allowed thousands of parents to return to work and thousands of children to get back into… Read more Video, Audio
Friday marks New Zealand's final Friday in level 4 lockdown.
With all things going to plan, this will hopefully be the last time we are under these restrictions.
The lockdown has been like nothing… Read more Video, Audio
RNZ political editor Jane Patterson joins Lisa Owen to discuss Jacinda Ardern's announcement of changes to New Zealand's Covid-19 lockdown restrictions. Read more Video, Audio
At least 400 people lined up outside a Christchurch supermarket on Friday to get tested for Covid-19 - part of a targeted network of testing stations set up in New Zealand.
In addition to… Read more Video, Audio
Covid-19 lockdown week three down and it is time to check in with two bubbles keeping video diaries for Checkpoint during the lockdown.
The diaries come from the Oliver family of Pukekohe, including… Read more Video, Audio
Regional health services are working harder than ever to look after vulnerable communities during the Level 4 lockdown.
One of those is Hora Te Pai Māori health services in Kāpiti, who - aside from… Read more Video, Audio
Under Covid-19 Alert Level Three New Zealand's glamorous shopping strips have become ghost towns and there are fears they might never be the same again.
Expensive rents and a sales downturn meant the… Read more Video, Audio
New Zealanders like a fair deal, so it is not surprising that the government's Price Watch inbox now has thousands of complaints.
Price Watch was set up as a repository for consumer concerns over… Read more Video, Audio
Unemployment could rise higher than 25 percent because of Covid-19, in an NZ Treasury worst-case scenario.
But it could be kept closer to 10 percent if the government spends at least $20 billion on… Read more Video, Audio
One of Auckland's famous shopping strips, Dominion Rd is showing the signs of stress - as 'for sale' and 'for lease' signs start filling shop windows.
It's a vibrant, bustling stretch of road, full… Read more Video, Audio
An entire sports stadium in Auckland has been transformed into a food bank to help feed thousands of households going hungry during the lockdown.
As New Zealand's cases of Covid-19 start to level… Read more Video, Audio
Encouraging signs, as the number of new Covid-19 cases continues to level off - but a warning that we're a long way off the end goal of stamping the virus out.
On Monday there were 67 new cases… Read more Video, Audio
Checkpoint asked two groups (bubbles) of people to keep a diary of their lives in lockdown - the ups, downs and everything in between.
Here are their experiences of the first week. Read more Video, Audio
Imagine what it would be like if your sense of smell and taste disappeared overnight - that's exactly what happened to 23-year-old Sarah Miller shortly before she was diagnosed with Covid-19.
Some… Read more Video, Audio
What happens to eager hunters during the Covid-19 lockdown when they cannot get out to shoot deer?
They turn to their backyards and set mouse traps of course!
Lydia Batham reports. Read more Video, Audio