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Blair Tamihana is sincerely remorseful but has more work to do in prison, board hears.
Auckland will go out of lockdown and drop to level 2 from Sunday. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced the change after five days of no cases of community transmission. The rest of the country will move to level 1.
There are no new positive cases of Covid-19 in the community today. There are six new cases in managed isolation, director general of health Ashley Bloomfield says.
There are no new positive cases in the community - and there are four cases in managed isolation, director general of health Ashley Bloomfield says. Bloomfield said the lack of new cases was encouraging but stressed "we're not out of the woods".
The woman refused to let landlord onto the property for an inspection: Tenancy Tribunal.
Two people were initially trapped in their car after colliding with a bus in Christchurch.
Police held a press conference about the arrests following threats made against Christchurch's Linwood and Al Noor mosques. Video / George Heard
Rapper T.I. and his wife, Tiny, have been accused of sexual abuse and assault against as many as 30 different women. Video / Getty
Case L, the sister of a Papatoetoe High School student, wasn't isolating at home and went to work at KFC Botany three days before she tested positive for the virus. PM Jacinda Ardern said about 15 texts and phone calls were made to the family.
After multiple serious assaults in the past few weeks, the streets no longer feel safe.
Something to sing about: Crowded House's "To The Island" tour is all go.
Wellington residents are making the most of a broken pipe.
Organisers still hope popular festival can run after being cancelled the past two years.
It is more good news as Auckland prepares for alert level 2 tomorrow, and NZ for level 1.
The movie of three wahine Māori premiered at Reading Cinema Rotorua. Made with funding from NZ On Air.
Commission Chair wants two cracks at long-term plan. Made with funding from NZ On Air.
Māori wards to go through despite petition numbers. Made with funding on NZ On Air.
'That's the terrible thing - in a time like that, that people would be so cruel.'
The renowned British comedian hits the Royal Wanganui Opera House stage on March 31.