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The cleaner who tested positive for Covid-19 worked on both Green and Red zone planes on the same day. Video / Mark Mitchell
Max Brown and Kurtis Imrie have been named for their Olympic debuts, with Brown revealing he's motivated by a household of fellow Olympians. Video / NZ Herald
The Auckland airport worker who tested positive for Covid-19 yesterday despite being fully vaccinated cleaned a plane that brought a returnee with the virus back to New Zealand on April 10.
National is already taking aim at the Government's major health sector reform, calling it a "reckless" move that will see regions lose their autonomy.
Health Minister Andrew Little says health professionals are heroes during the health reform presentation. Video / Mark Mitchell
All of New Zealand's 20 District Health Boards will be replaced by one, single national health body responsible for the running of all hospitals, the Government has revealed.
PM Jacinda Ardern visits community food-sharing initiative Kai Ika Project. Video / NZ Herald
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The newly identified Covid-positive border worker was cleaning a plane from a "high-risk" country and was fully vaccinated, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has revealed.
Three-year-old Bodie Hamilton evaded long-term injury after being hit by a car that did not stop at a pedestrian crossing with traffic lights. Video / Mike Scott
There were emotional scenes across the country as the transtasman bubble was opened. Video / Mark Mitchell / Tom Dyton / Gold Coast Skydive
Kiwi Scott Dixon is keen to improve on his third-place finish at the season opener in Alabama. Video / NZ Herald
Queenstown’s tourism industry was one of the hardest hit when Covid-19 closed our borders but the travel bubble with Australia, which saw its first quarantine free travellers today means things are looking up. Video / James Allan / Queenstown Airport
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has described today's travel bubble opening as an "important milestone" in New Zealand's economic recovery. Ardern thanked everyone who has come to New Zealand from Australia - "welcome".