Two Covid cases have been confirmed in Northland today.
A magnitude 5.9 earthquake has rocked the central North Island this morning and has been felt across the country.
A safety message has been issued after an elderly Christchurch shopper tripped on the pavement outside a supermarket because his glasses fogged up while he was wearing a Covid mask.
Anti-lockdown protester Brian Tamaki's Destiny Church is earning money from a Covid vaccination and testing site, it has been revealed.
One of the Auckland women accused of travelling to Northland without a legitimate travel exemption and later testing positive for Covid-19 has rejected claims she lied, withheld information and...
The Government is open to relaxing Covid-19 restrictions in the South Island before other parts of New Zealand once every DHB on the island reaches a vaccine target of 90% double doses.
The New Zealand Nurses Organisation says New Zealand is “dangerously under-prepared” to cope with the increasing number of Covid-19 community cases.
Telehealth worked well during lockdown and patients at a Dunedin medical centre welcomed virtual appointments, research has found.
Parts of Waikato will remain in alert level 3 for the next six days, after the region recorded eight new cases of Covid-19 earlier today.
Dame Cindy Kiro has been sworn in as the 22nd Governor-General of New Zealand in a ceremony at Parliament.
Lengthy delays loom to assess workplace safety failings on New Zealand's White Island in the buildup to the deadly 2019 volcanic eruption, with a trial unlikely to begin until March 2023 at the...
The Ministry of Health is investigating after suspected anti-vaxxers made bogus Covid-19 vaccination bookings in one of the least protected areas of the country.
Almost seven weeks after an Isis-inspired knife attack in an Auckland supermarket, one of the seven people injured remains in hospital.
Pacific leaders say offering 'visas for vaccinations' would be the ultimate incentive for overstayers to get the Covid-19 jab, as Auckland struggles to stop infections spreading through the community.
As the Prime Minister prepares to unveil the vaccination rate targets for easing lockdowns, there are calls to loosen MIQ rules while Covid-positive people in Auckland's outbreak are quarantining at home.
An Auckland emergency nurse says overworked nurses fear hospitals aren't ready for the Covid-19 tsunami - and often think about quitting.