Today, Saturday, Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield is taking a day off.
There are 83 new cases of Covid-19 in New Zealand, taking the country's total to 451, two of whom are in critical condition.
Kiwis suffering from cabin fever will be looking to the end of the first week of April for any clues they could be house-bound for longer than four weeks.
Lincoln University has confirmed that one of its students has tested positive for Covid-19, with another of its students at probable risk of having the virus.
As people settle into a new way of life in their Covid-19 lockdown bubble it is clear not everyone is following the rules.
A huge distribution effort is ensuring all medical professionals who need personal protective equipment (PPE) get it, WellSouth says.
While most Western countries are looking to ‘‘flatten the curve’’ in response to the outbreak of Covid-19, New Zealand could achieve its goal to eliminate the novel coronavirus.
Covid-19: The Prime Minister has clarified when you should use your car; there's more support for workers and businesses; and a reassurance for essential service workers over the supply of personal protection equipment.
Supermarkets have announced a priority service for the elderly, vulnerable, emergency services and medical personnel during the Covid-19 lockdown period.
Courier drivers for New Zealand Post in Wellington say the company is not doing enough to make them feel safe as they work through the lockdown.
As travel bans see virtually all global air traffic grounded, a high-end private jet owned by a Saudi billionaire last night landed in Christchurch.
Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield has revealed there are 85 new cases of Covid-19, including 76 confirmed cases and nine probable.
A New Zealander who's tested positive for Covid-19 says her only symptom is a loss of taste and smell.
Hundreds of campervans have been set up by the Government in Auckland and Christchurch for those returning from overseas with nowhere to self-isolate.
As they haul the goods needed to keep our supermarkets stocked and essential services supplied, the country's truck drivers are facing an unfortunate predicament: they've got nowhere to go to the...
Essential protective gear needed in the fight against Covid-19 is going missing from hospitals, prompting an urgent plea from one union for people to stop taking it.
The supply of protective gowns for medical workers at the Covid-19 frontline appears to be in turmoil and one Central Otago GP is concerned over the limited amount of gear they have been provided to deal with the outbreak.
Police are no closer to locating a Japanese tourist who has now been missing in the Canterbury area for a month.