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There were 58 unoccupied rooms in Wellington MIQ over New Year.
Nearly 14,000 booster shots have been administered in the region in four days.
It's been the deadliest holiday period in New Zealand waters in nearly 25 years.
The toll takes in every age range, water activity and ethnicity.
Seatbelts, speeding, cellphones and alcohol are still the biggest common factors.
There have been 22 drownings across the country for the period.
Police and the council are now urging people not to swim at Ahimate Reserve.
'In times of crisis and distress people crave forces of comfort, and often it's family.'
'There was no other way than to pretend I was there for my first dose or my second.'
Buyers should always ask to see the puppy before exchanging money.
Omicron's arrival has 'thrown a spanner in the works' for New Zealand's Covid response.
A slip came down near Pukerua Bay on SH59, closing the road in both directions.
Some government workers have been warned they could be targets of abuse from protesters.
Free rapid antigen testing will be rolled out at around 600 pharmacies in NZ tomorrow.
The Auckland border has been in place for more than 100 days.
The first flight from Auckland to Wellington landed this morning.
The woman presented with symptoms for more than two years before she was diagnosed.
Free rapid antigen tests will be rolled out at pharmacies as the Auckland border lifts.
Jemima wasn't defined by her cancer. But her response to it was "mind-blowing".
Holidaymakers advised to keep an eye on developments.
About 2 per cent of 22,000 students have indicated they do not intend to get the vaccine.
Intending passengers for the Wellington trip have to follow the rules.
The average house value in Tawa and Johnsonville has increased more than 70 per cent.
'At the time where things are opening up for Auckland, it's not really good timing.'
WOCA says the decision comes too late, with the Auckland border opening next week.
The second sub-100 day comes on day two of the new traffic light framework.
The groundbreaking works of Hilma af Klint remained secret for several decades.
The property at 12 Fife Lane, Miramar, was built in 1937 and last sold for $63,000.
'The loan they need has almost doubled from what it was two or three years ago.'
There are now no Wellington suburbs with an average value below $1m.
Providing surgical masks to every visitors ensures consistency of protection.
New Zealand's RVs are set to be updated next week for the first time since 2018.
'It's the age-old advice, eat a balanced diet and reap a multitude of health benefits.'
The two-car crash occurred on State Highway 1 near Tawa at 3.20am on Thursday morning.
It's been termed New Zealand's most important immunological discovery in 20 years.
One person died in the accident on State Highway 1.
A powerful and raw sculpture exhibition walks a visitor through Daniels' childhood trauma.
Health workers had to have had their first jab by yesterday in order to keep their jobs.
A second positive case of Covid-19 was recorded in Masterton today.
Unsafe staffing was a key factor that caused the nurse to resign after 20 years.
She came off a sea biscuit in Waitara on Wednesday, after beating cancer in June.
The man stopped at the shop to buy another ticket without knowing he had won Powerball.
Authorities had asked anyone who attended a Porirua tangi last week to get tested.
From January 1, the cost of staff daily parking will nearly double at Wellington Hospital.
Nurses are not allowed to work from November 16 if they have not had their first dose.
The young man was dead upon arrival when police were called at 11.03pm.
A firework-related incident in Auckland took fire crews three hours to extinguish.
The positive Covid case has not been contacted by anyone since Sunday.