For the eighth day in a row there are no new cases of Covid-19 to report in New Zealand.
The country's largest hospital has launched a review after four women died during or soon after pregnancy this year.
A US couple who sheltered near Dunedin during the level 4 lockdown say they feared America could not adequately handle the coronavirus pandemic.
Three women were killed in the fortnight following lockdown. Overseas, such deaths are called "Coronavirus murders". But here, that masks an ugly truth, writes Kirsty Johnston.
The tourism sector needs to be ‘‘reimagined’’ following Covid-19, finance minister Grant Robertson told an Otago Chamber of Commerce post-Budget session yesterday.
A fortnight ago, among the Bills introduced by the Government under urgency following the Budget, was the Forests (Regulation of Log Traders and Forestry Advisers) Amendment Bill.
Labour MP Louisa Wall has withdrawn at the eleventh hour from Labour's selection battle for the Manurewa seat.
A teen who had to be rescued while trying to cross Cook Strait in a dinghy says he would make the treacherous trip again.
Kiwis have been encouraged to enjoy a "normal" holiday weekend after seven straight days of no new Covid cases - and there is now just one active case in this country.
National says it will offer businesses a $10,000 cash payment for taking on more staff if it wins the election.
The government has announced a $175 million package to boost the arts and creative sector in the wake of Covid-19.
A West Auckland man who murdered his mother after years of caring for her will spend at least 14 years behind bars.
Tower says it will aim to cut costs by $7.2 million per year which includes a proposal for 108 redundancies.
Police checks on potential Covid-19 party rule-breakers has turned up something else – stolen street signs.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has left the door ajar to move the country into alert level 1 in less than four weeks.
Government ministers are not receiving up to date figures on breaches of the $10 billion wage subsidy scheme, and one Minister's office says "it's not something we're interested in".
An alleged abduction of an Auckland teenage girl did not happen, the principal of a local high school says.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced more than $70 million for the arts sector, including an $18 million package to keep national museum Te Papa afloat.