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New York Times: Number of people hospitalised has climbed significantly from a month ago.
The right-wing UK politician's comments have been met with ridicule online.
There's more to NZ than our Covid-19 response, writes Dr Oliver Hartwich.
Victoria has finally lifted lockdown after months of the harshest conditions in the world.
Melbourne wakes to eased restrictions with zero new coronavirus cases and zero new deaths.
Editorial: Measures to protect each other from coronavirus are working, keep it up.
OPINION: Issue of kids going off to earn instead of learn has been misread.
'We need to clearly identify what has gone wrong so it does not happen again.'
Antibodies in the UK population fell by more than a quarter in three months.
Director general of health hosting a 1pm press conference.
There is one new Covid-19 case in managed isolation, director general of health Ashley Bloomfield says.
Overseas artists desperate to get back to what they love are headed to NZ for summer.
From 'fogginess' to delirium to strokes: post-Covid brain conditions leave a long shadow.
The president and his party have spent over $11m at Trump-branded properties since 2017.
Election Day is over a week away, average deaths per day across the US are up 10 percent.
A third wave of infections will never lead to lockdown again in Melbourne - experts.
Stocks have plummeted across the US and around the world as virus cases continue to rise.
Santa and his elves to miss out on vaccines after US plays Grinch.
The Ken Rei has docked in Napier Port following an isolation period off the coast.
The US President has debts in excess of US$1 billion.
Former teachers return to the classroom after airline jobs disappear.
Entire family group, including the child, tested negative for the virus before leaving NZ.
From 11.59pm tomorrow, restrictions will be eased in Melbourne and regional Victoria.