There are now five community Covid -19 cases in Fiji.
Updated 3.40 pm
The Foreign Affairs ministers of Australia and New Zealand fronted a press conference this afternoon where they fielded questions on the Five Eyes intelligence alliance.
Cliff-hanger, seismic shift, historic, unprecedented. There's a lot of hyperbole surrounding the drama-filled Samoan election.
A statistics professor says cases in India have almost tripled since the travel suspension was announced and allowing travel to resume would be difficult.
A Christchurch woman with cancer has a massive hurdle to get through - and it's not just chemo but finding a home to live in.
Massive house-to-house screening in Fiji's western towns is being rolled out amid fears hundreds of people may have picked up Covid-19 at a funeral.
Genomic sequencing shows the strain of Covid-19 a MIQ worker has is the UK variant and is most closely linked to a passenger that arrived on April 10, the Covid-19 Response Minister says.
"What's all the fuss about masks?" is the title of an official-looking pamphlet that was being thrust in the face of Wellington train commuters yesterday.
The government is concerned about the way China is asserting itself in the region, Minister of Foreign Affairs Nanaia Mahuta says.
The Ministry of Health has revealed three locations of interest relating to the border worker at Auckland Airport who has tested positive for Covid-19.
NZME has been censured and penalised a total of $100,000 for breaching stock exchange rules about the disclosure of sensitive information.
Online share trading platform Sharesies is expanding offering its investors the chance to trade shares on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX).
The hospitality industry is expected to see a large increase in the number of insolvencies once the Government's Covid-19 lockdown support runs out for heavily indebted businesses.
The chances of the South Island's Alpine Fault generating a damaging earthquake in the next 50 years are much higher than previously thought, new research shows.
A review into Wellington's billion-dollar highway Transmission Gully has found the project was flawed from the start.
A year on from the Government's $25 increase to benefits, some solo parents and people with disabilities or chronic illnesses say it has made very little difference to their budgets.
An Australian recruiter hopes the trans-Tasman travel bubble will help fill huge shortages of labour on Australian farms.
Southland iwi have met for the first time with officials trying to ensure the contaminated Tiwai Point aluminium smelter gets cleaned up.