Four days into the national lockdown Kiwis are still confused about the rules and how strict the "stay at home " message is.
Eight Air New Zealand long-haul fleet employees who operated sectors to Los Angeles or London have tested positive for coronavirus.
There are 83 new cases of Covid-19 in New Zealand, and a case has been announced in Dunedin Hospital.
Kiwis suffering from cabin fever will be looking to the end of the first week of April for any clues they could be house-bound for longer than four weeks.
As people settle into a new way of life in their Covid-19 lockdown bubble it is clear not everyone is following the rules.
While most Western countries are looking to ‘‘flatten the curve’’ in response to the outbreak of Covid-19, New Zealand could achieve its goal to eliminate the novel coronavirus.
One Kiwi is coming home on a repatriation flight, from Brisbane, landing in Queenstown this afternoon.
Courier drivers for New Zealand Post in Wellington say the company is not doing enough to make them feel safe as they work through the lockdown.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is giving an update on the second day of a Covid-19 lockdown and will announce further support for workers and businesses affected.
Supermarkets have announced a priority service for the elderly, vulnerable, emergency services and medical personnel during the Covid-19 lockdown period.
Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield has revealed there are 85 new cases of Covid-19, including 76 confirmed cases and nine probable.
Authorities are busy tracking close contacts linked to the World Hereford Conference in Queenstown, which has so far been linked to 17 Covid-19 cases, a number which is expected to grow.
A New Zealander who's tested positive for Covid-19 says her only symptom is a loss of taste and smell.
Police are using surf cameras to check for Covid-19 lockdown rule breakers as a dramatic injury demonstrates the danger of practising outdoor sports.
Some Mad Butcher stores continue to trade despite the Government issuing strict orders for all non-essential businesses to be shut as part of a mandatory lockdown to help curb the spread of Covid-19.
Police have paid a visit to a bargain store this morning to discuss whether it should be open during the nationwide lockdown.
More than 1800 people have signed a petition calling for the Government to organise mercy flights for New Zealanders stranded overseas.