A woman's cherished cat has died after an unfortunate botch-up with a cattery led to its death.
As 23 new Covid cases were announced, Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins said NZ was 'still pursuing elimination' and although the last 18 months have been tough, 'the future is going to be better'.
Authorities are investigating how a high school pupil left locked-down Auckland and was allowed to stay a night at a Dunedin hostel, then turn up for class.
Almost $130,000 has been dished out in Accident Compensation Corporation claims for work-related Covid-19 exposure.
Supermarket shoppers were turned away from stores earlier today after "major IT issues" forced closures throughout the South Island for about two hours.
An Auckland couple who flouted lockdown rules to fly to a holiday home in Wanaka have been charged with failing to comply with a Covid-19 health order.
A union claims McDonald's is failing to follow social distancing guidelines when customers are paying at drive-throughs.
Covid-19 elimination is possible but that does not mean New Zealand will necessarily get to zero cases, the Director-General of Health says.
National leader Judith Collins has vowed to fight on as National leader, saying she will never resign from the job.
It was one of New Zealand's worst road trauma tragedies that claimed the lives of a mother, father, their five children from Tokoroa and the driver of a car coming the other way from Wellington....
A Black Power gang member was granted electronically monitored bail despite opposition from Corrections.
Alert level 3 is being called a roll of the dice that could either eliminate Delta or send the country back into level 4.
National leader Judith Collins has admitted she made a mistake after being caught on video at the weekend ordering ice cream at the counter of a Queenstown café without wearing a mask.
An Auckland ceramicist who survived breast cancer three years ago has been diagnosed with brain cancer and has 10 brain tumours.
Frustration is boiling over as New Zealanders abroad desperate to get home for Christmas wait in a queue of more than 22,000 others, mere moments after the new managed isolation (MIQ) booking...