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Bryde's Whale under threat as its food source, zooplankton, is susceptible to pollution.
"They were lovely, they were really nice," the manager said of the families involved.
The nine people attended events with well over 100 people.
Finance Minister Grant Robertson says there is no need to rush to the shops.
The news was revealed at a snap 11am press conference by the PM.
The vineyard is seeking about $300,000 in legal costs.
Air NZ crew member and nine Motueka cases will soon find out if they have Omicron.
Here comes the bride - and her "beautiful" bridesmaids.
Passengers on the flights have been asked to self-isolate immediately.
Two northbound lanes closed, emergency services at the scene.
More details of the latest cases will be provided at 1pm.
Inaugural Nepali festival in March will be dedicated to dumplings.
Watercare now has consent for 300 million litres of water a day from the river year-round.
Phil Goff will announce his plans in the "coming weeks".
Ruff day? Take your pup to the pub for chicken stock beer and gravy sundaes.
"The Omicron pattern is continuing almost inexorably towards an outbreak in New Zealand."
"We need to encompass the full range of possible incubation periods." - Prof Michael Baker
Shoppers at Pak'nSave Manukau and Chemist Warehouse asked to self-monitor for symptoms.
The Ministry of Health has reported one new possible Omicron case in Auckland.
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OPINION: National's Transport spokesman on Labour's light rail proposal for Auckland.
Wellington isn't making enough progress to prioritise people over cars on city streets.
Some children were left in tears by the protest action.
Rescuers worked desperately to save a woman after a jet ski accident at Maraetai Beach.
Historian says Destiny Church leader's arrest makes him more sympathetic to his followers.
'We can confirm there are no reports of any such events occurring', official said.
There are 30 people in hospital with the virus.
"Our message to Thomsen is that we won't stop looking for him."