Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced Auckland will stay in level 3 for another 12 days and the rest of New Zealand will remain at level 2 for the same period.
The man accused of murdering Constable Matthew Hunt in Auckland can now be named after a bid for continued name suppression was abandoned today.
Long-serving National board member Roger Bridge has resigned from the party after it was discovered he used the alias 'Merv' to call talkback radio and complain about his party's candidate...
A Covid-19 case linked to a Wellington noodle restaurant is linked to a Japanese traveller who is one of two people to recently test positive after leaving New Zealand.
Australia's top health official says New Zealand's decision to lift coronavirus restrictions after seemingly squashing the disease was dangerous.
Director general of health Ashley Bloomfield says there are 12 new confirmed cases and one probable case of Covid-19.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's communication style during New Zealand's lockdown has been praised by academics who have studied her messaging to Kiwis throughout the pandemic.
A full level 4 lockdown is "not in frame" right now despite additional cases of Covid-19, all linked to the existing Auckland cluster of 17, Health Minister Chris Hipkins says.
Fears about the safety of a vaccine for Covid-19 could put people off receiving it and see the country fall short of achieving herd immunity.
A student at Auckland's Manukau Institute of Technology and a primary school pupil on Auckland's North Shore have tested positive for Covid-19.
Police have increased their presence in Thames-Coromandel after a big influx of Aucklanders fleeing the city's level 3 lockdown.
Winston Peters has claimed the new Covid-19 cluster is linked to a breach in New Zealand's quarantine system.
New Zealanders will learn their lockdown fate early tomorrow evening when the Prime Minister addresses the nation after meeting with Cabinet.
A businessman travelling from Wellington to Auckland this morning has opened up about the "eerie" flight that took just two passengers.
Messages written throughout the central city suggest the same anti-lockdown sentiment that has plagued countries overseas is alive and well in Christchurch.
There are 13 new community cases in Auckland and director general of health Ashley Bloomfield has announced people who test positive will be quarantined.