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Auckland shifted to Alert Level 3 on Wednesday after over a month under Alert Level 4 restrictions. Video / Jed Bradley / Mark Mitchell / Dean Purcell / Jason Oxenham
Whanganui builders innovating to tackle supply issues. Video / NZ Herald
Act leader David Seymour was disappointed Speaker Trevor Mallard made the announcement to media first before MPs. Video / Mark Mitchell
Police are scaling up firearms training and will create a new tactical response team in response to increasing violence against officers.
Aucklanders enjoy new level three freedoms as they sip takeaway coffee and munch on takeaway food. Video / NZ Herald
Fastfood fans flock to drive-throughs at the stroke of midnight as Auckland moves to level 3. Video / Hayden Woodward
Orange Sky mobile showers and laundry are lockdown heroes. Video / Supplied
MetService National weather: September 22nd - 24th.
MetService National weather: September 21st-23rd. Video / MetService
Pfizer said Monday its Covid-19 vaccine works for children ages 5 to 11 and that it will seek US authorization for this age group soon. Video / AP
Hon Marama Davidson MP and Manurewa Marae Chief Executive Officer Takutai Kemp at the launch of ShotCuzz, a bus designed to make the Covid-19 vaccination more accessible in the South Auckland community. Video / Michael Craig
Simon Bridges says it is not his intention to seek the leadership of the National Party. Video / Mark Mitchell
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson welcomes the decision by the US. Video / United Nations
September 20 2021 Auckland will end its five-week alert level 4 lockdown when it moves to level 3 for two weeks from 11.59 pm tomorrow night. The rest of New Zealand will remain at level 2 - with one part of the Waikato with three new cases to temporarily move into a "bespoke" level 4 for a short period.
A customer at a Queenstown cafe has called out National Leader Judith Collins for not wearing a mask as she stood at the business' counter alongside Deputy Leader Shane Reti. Video / Supplied
Act leader David Seymour serves ice creams to Afghan interpreters who were protesting outside Parliament, after his mention of the Mr. Whippy business model for vaccinations and testing. Video / Mark Mitchell