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A month ago his case had was escalated - but he hasn't heard anything since.
'I sought this office to restore the soul of America,' Biden said in his victory speech.
Biden is inching closer to a win - but Trump's camp has filed lawsuits in three states.
'I don't think I have any nails left...I hate that it's this close', the Democrat said.
Two voters on why they chose to vote for the Republican and Democratic candidates.
The case could have implications for other travellers who were refused refunds.
The pair rescued a trapped mother and baby - only to have their car stolen at the A&E.
Customers and staff at the store on Sunday are not considered close contacts of the man.
The person visited The Malt pub in Greenhithe on Friday night.
If confirmed, it would be the second case detected in the community in two days.
Advertising Standards Authority says the party's ad was misleading.
'Historically, training teachers have spent more time at university than at a school.'
Bryan Johnson took up skydiving to mark his 80th and 85th birthdays.
Taukiri Makaira Cash undertook a two-month spree of sexual offending against young girls.
Just under 50 per cent of those surveyed say they will vote yes.
'I didn't see it coming ... I slammed on the brakes but it was too late.'
Fire crews still battling to protect homes today, drone finds 'significant hotspots'.
The blaze has chewed through an area of around 1608ha Fire and Emergency NZ says.
Agency slammed by a leading expert in severe inflammatory bowel disease.
'Police should never have disclosed patients' Covid-19 statuses to prospective employers.'
"Everyone just stopped their vehicles and pitched in and helped," a witness said.
Police encourage anyone who might have information that can help them to get in touch.
Two epidemiologists say masks sufficient for cabin safety - but want other restrictions.
A rugby league club closely linked to the church is calling for compassion.
St Dominic's has been closed for 72 hours to undergo a deep cleaning.
Helicopters equipped with infrared tech have joined the search for the missing pilot.
The 'sturdy' little rhino's birth weight was estimated to be around 65kg.
'Within hours of this afternoon's announcement, all of the flights were gone.'
'So if it feels hard, that's because it has been,' Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said.
Link between the person and an existing cluster hasn't been established, Bloomfield says.
Twenty people have been arrested and 12 have been remanded in custody.
A student at Auckland's Manukau Institute of Technology has also tested positive.
More than 7,800 Aucklanders were swabbed today.
"We have already notified the students and staff who are considered close contacts."
Some people waited as long as seven hours to be tested for Covid in Auckland today.
What can you do for the next three days as restrictions return? Your questions, answered.
National deputy leader says Govt's warning of approaching second wave 'very puzzling'.
Jae Tuhi is bringing his family back to New Zealand in light of the crisis.
Two years on from her son's death in police custody a mother wants answers.
'When you see you son given something that is out of control it just tips you over.'
Today's tobacco bust is Customs' largest ever at the border in a single shipment.
Kiwis stranded overseas won't be able to book flights home for a few more weeks.
A formal complaint against Colmar Brunton and the Council by the Ratepayers' Alliance.
Coromandel locals and tourists have been urged to stay home and avoid the roads.
The earliest flights from Australia to New Zealand on its website are in late July.
Oily rags used for cleaning appeared to be the culprit of the blaze.
The councillor's comment left colleagues "in a state of shock and disbelief"
'A speaker over the in-room PA system said that a guest had tested positive for Covid-19.'
Tāmaki Makaurau's 2019 stats were 'unacceptable', AT's Bryan Sherritt said.
'In Auckland, you relied on people's goodwill.'
The traveller says she was assured she did everything the Ministry of Heath required.
A week ago, New Zealand was Covid-free. Now there are nine cases. Who are they?
'Shocked and disappointing': Passenger on Flight NZ124 tells.
Guests shocked they can opt out of testing: 'We can't mess this up'.
Police investigation continues into knife attack involving De La Salle College student.
'Military cadets go through more rigorous training than frontline police' - Mark.
'It's the chance to get to the truth of what killed the men and boys we loved.'
The mourning family say they're humbled at the outpouring of support and love.