The limit for contactless eftpos payments is being temporarily raised from $80 to $200 from today.
An Auckland landlord accused of breaching lockdown rules at two rental properties has ditched his $1000-a-week taxpayer funded hotel and travelled 100km to live in a third property.
More than 17,000 free computers are being given out to low-income families and two educational television channels are being launched in an all-out drive to help children learn at home while...
The number of family harm events in Canterbury has continued to be fewer than police expected during the lockdown.
SPCA centres across New Zealand have not seen an upswing in the number of abandoned animals across the country - in fact it has seen the opposite.
The Government is set to begin its daily update to New Zealanders on its response to Covid-19 and reveal the number of new cases.
Police are ramping up efforts to stop anyone who may try to break lockdown rules by going away for the Easter break.
A landlord escorted off an already-occupied property during the Covid-19 lockdown in handcuffs by police, immediately went around the corner and tried to gain entry to another of his flats.
The number of Covid-19 cases linked to cluster events in Bluff and Queenstown has risen again today.
New Zealand will now allow foreign nationals to transit through airports here if they need to get home.
Two hundred merchants are trialling an online contactless payment method in store, using just mobile phones and no EFTPOS terminal.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has defended her decision not to sack Health Minister David Clark after he admitted another lockdown breach.
Eight surfers have been ordered to leave a Dunedin beach after they were caught by police breaking the restrictions.
Director-General of Health Ashley Bloomfield has confirmed there are 54 new confirmed and probable cases of Covid-19 in NZ.
Electronic bracelets should be strongly considered for travellers arriving from overseas, prominent scientist Nick Wilson says.