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Why did Cabinet make the decision to go to Covid-19 alert level three on Monday, and alert level four national lockdown on Wednesday?
RNZ political editor Jane Patterson joins Lisa Owen to discuss… Read more Video, Audio
A woman in Seattle who has recovered from Covid-19 is warning people not to panic but to take the virus and precautions seriously. Read more Video, Audio
New Zealand has moved to a four stage alert system in the battle against Covid-19. The level on March 21 is level two.
Lisa Owen takes listeners' questions to microbiologist Dr Siouxsie Wiles. Read more Video, Audio
Health officials cannot rule out the possibility of community transmission in two confirmed Covid-19 cases.
Unlike the other cases, these two cases cannot immediately be linked to overseas travel -… Read more Video, Audio
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced an alert system to manage New Zealand's Coronavirus outbreak. Currently New Zealand is at level two. Video, Audio
Calm down and shop normally! That's the message from supermarket owners today as they rush to assure New Zealanders there is more than enough food in the country.
Shoppers have encountered empty… Read more Video, Audio
News from the business sector, including a market report. Video, Audio
Health correspondent Rowan Quinn and political editor Jane Patterson join Lisa Owen with their analysis of the announcement that the New Zealand border will be closed to non-resident and non-citizens… Read more Video, Audio
What happens when you're whole business relies on planes landing and taking off and suddenly that traffic turns to a trickle?
International traveller numbers have plunged for Auckland Airport and on… Read more Video, Audio
The government has administered the economy an unprecedented $12.1 billion shot to help those hit hard by the Covid-19 epidemic.
In what it calls the largest peacetime economic plan in New Zealand's… Read more Video, Audio
The Prime Minister has told event organisers around the country to cancel all gatherings of more than 500 people to help slow the spread of coronavirus.
Jacinda Ardern made the announcement on Monday… Read more Video, Audio
Today's cancellation of Polyfest over Covid-19 fears could be the death knell for the event - the second year in a row it has had to be canned.
About 110,000 people normally attend the four-day… Read more Video, Audio
In Wellington more than 100 passengers onboard a luxury yacht have been left stranded after their cruise was cancelled despite no cases of Covid-19 or anyone feeling ill.
Passengers on board the Le… Read more Video, Audio
Air New Zealand is likely to reduce its workforce by 30 percent as the effects of Covid-19 take their toll on the aviation industry.
This could mean up to 3,500 employees potentially may lose their… Read more Video, Audio
On Monday afternoon Jacinda Ardern revealed that Treasury is predicting the economic impact of the Covid-19 coronavirus is likely to be more severe than the Global Financial Crisis.
It comes as… Read more Video, Audio
The University of Otago is embarking on ambitious research to better understand the mental health impact of the Christchurch mosque attacks.
Almost a year on, some are so traumatised they are not… Read more Video, Audio
Travellers passing through the new $29 million airport terminal in New Plymouth next week will find themselves immersed in the culture of the local hapū Puketapu.
The building has been designed to… Read more Video, Audio
An Auckland businesswoman has set up a pop-up Pasifika, saying it is unfair the festival's been cancelled when other events have not been.
Auckland Council has canned the festival due to be held at… Read more Video, Audio
Dozens of Wellington businesses were affected by a burst water main in the central city on which forced Wellington Water to shut-off the taps.
Those who remained at work were asked to use toilets in… Read more Video, Audio