The thick blanket of fog has caused disruptions at Christchurch Airport.
Christchurch businessman Mike Pero is aiming to get his airline flying between New Zealand and the Cook Islands later this year.
A man has been arrested in relation to an alleged threat directed at the Cook Strait ferry services in Picton on Monday.
Some bus drivers say they are being put in an awkward position when it comes to following the rules with fewer passengers wearing face masks on board.
Despite Western Australia being in a three-day lockdown due to Covid-19, a NZ citizen still managed to cross state lines to Sydney and fly from there to Auckland, taking advantage of the isolation-free travel arrangement.
A storm dumped about a centimetre of snow onto the Porters Alpine Resort near Castle Hill early on Tuesday morning.
About 180 people made history on Tuesday morning, becoming the first passengers on board the Kingston Flyer in more than eight years.
Vodafone NZ has released an internal memo saying an employee on personal travel to Australia could face dismissal if they are trapped across the Tasman for an "extended" period of time.
A bird's-eye view of Tarras and the wider Cromwell Basin is taking place this week as Christchurch Airport continues to lay the groundwork for a new airport in the area.
Excited travellers are gathering at Christchurch Airport to embark on the first quarantine-free international flights from the city in more than a year.
Scheduled international passenger flights to the southern South Island resume today with a single flight from Sydney to Queenstown.
Passengers on Air New Zealand flights were asked to submit to having more than their luggage weighed before take-off on Wednesday.
Air New Zealand is advertising daily commercial flights to the Cook Islands, ahead of any official travel bubble announcement.
Travellers on both sides of the Tasman are eager to cross the ditch after yesterday's bubble announcement, and certain centres are attracting a lot of interest.
National leader Judith Collins says there's no reason Pacific nations can't form part of the new travel bubble now.
Lyttelton's Helen Shrewsbury and Stephen Prendergast bought a yacht a year ago with the intention to explore the world on a two-year adventure - but Covid-19 took the wind out of their sails.
Motorists who use Brougham St may experience delays over the next few weeks as work starts to replace an ageing stormwater pipe.
Air New Zealand says staff have been "run off their feet" as thousands of Kiwis snap up Australian airfares with the launch of the transtasman travel bubble on April 19.