'It has been determined that ... the risk to public health in New Zealand remains low.'
"I knew I'd probably miss dinner," says Auckland firefighter.
Motorists are urged to be take care on the roads today.
'A record of interaction could either expose misconduct or quash false allegations.'
Water levels slowly easing as hundreds of people plan to return to evacuated homes.
A video posted online inciting violence against Māori has been taken down.
Bloomfield was expecting a high degree of co-operation.
"He briefly looked in my direction, and I thought he was going to come for me next."
'I wish every community in New Zealand was like this.'
'You have to take it one day at a time.'
No arrests have been made amid escalating gang tensions.
A further update on the Janssen approval process is expected in two to three weeks.
'What we have said to those on the frontline...is don't let any vaccinations go to waste.'
'She lights up any room she walks into. Everyone here just loves her.'
"We did spare a thought for Sir Ed (Hillary) as we descended..the height of Everest."
The latest case is the third Grand Millennium worker to test positive recently.
'He was not an average teacher, he was an exceptional teacher.'
In an Instagram post, Gemma wrote that the pair "in no way" endorse the product.
Murdered staff member a 'highly respected colleague and friend', university says.
"This has been a great shot in the arm for our businesses."
Crowds got so large, fans were told to stay away as congestion spread across the Viaduct.
"If you're unsure, just talk with people... who have got it done before."
'A five-star hotel can become like a prison camp.'
"Our future is in great hands."
'Bad timing' for parents trying to work and teach children at home.
PM Jacinda Ardern said lockdown breaches were not tolerable – but punishment not her call.
Food outlets on Great South Rd join ministry list.
Vaughan Couillault is asking all students to co-operate with authorities.
More than 27,000 people tested for Covid since Sunday.
'Why are you appearing on TV saying all those strange things?'
A solo and injured surfer wrote in the sand to attract help.
"A further 72-hour pause provides the time to confirm this cluster remains contained."
Auckland mayor: 'A short sharp lockdown was necessary to hit this outbreak on the head.'
The Heart Foundation has cancelled its annual Big Heart street collection appeal.
LSG Sky Chefs products have been pulled from some supermarket shelves.
Several LSG Sky Chefs employees missed a scheduled test at the start of the month.
Various weather warnings have been in place for much of the North Island so far this week.
Some Air New Zealand staff are staying at Auckland's Grand Windsor.
Authors call for a selective "traffic light" system to decide MIQ rules for travellers.
Landlords are using private forums to compile secret 'blacklists' of bad tenants.
A man in his 20s was pulled from the water unconscious.
Australia decided not to extend its quarantine-free flight suspension.
Australia's suspension of quarantine-free flights from New Zealand has been lifted.
The pre-packaged and deli salads are sold at major supermarkets across the country.
'You deserve better': Auckland dairy owner's message to gunman robber.
Customer said he called 7 times between December 3-30, relaying the complaint each time.
'I don't want to live my whole life not knowing what my dad had to say.'
"I saw his face ... the way he was driving, he didn't give a toss. He was hooning."
'I wish they could see how my brother suffered.'
Half of Auckland's aerial fleet is off the road for repairs.
One fire crew remains at the site of the Hunua Rd fire in Papakura.
The moon was burning so bright someone thought it was a fire.
Keith's not just any cockatiel.
The cause of a fire that has burnt 56ha of scrub and native bush is under investigation.
"We tied our lifejackets together in case one of us became unconscious."
Will a Southland town be the hottest place in New Zealand on Tuesday?
"They were noticeably hypothermic - very cold, very pale, very quiet."
The North Island is in for a pleasant day, but it's a colder story for the South Island.
Appreciation of those in quarantine moves singers to tears.
'We all need something that's fun and a little bit bonkers right now.'
Sean McKinnon's sisters have shared their thoughts on today's sentencing.
He said it felt like he had been hit by a train.
"This scam has previously had iterations as a supermarket scam and the UPS scam."