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"It is the parent's judgment as to whether or not their child needs to be at school."
The group met at a Māngere East property for a service during alert level 3 restrictions.
Lack of new cases was encouraging, says health boss.
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 Conversation: We should be prepared for the possibility of a larger outbreak.
Records missing for people who spent time at the Lake Alice Psychiatric Hospital.
PM says she knows many New Zealanders were upset and angry about Covid rulebreakers.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she knows many New Zealanders were upset, frustrated and angry about the Covid rulebreakers which plunged Auckland into lockdown.
The latest community case is now in quarantine in Auckland.
What's on, what's off and what's changed in the capital under alert level 2.
New Zealand's "high-trust model" is starting to break down, National's Chris Bishop says.
Engineer Zoe Reece plans to export medicinal cannabis from North Waikato.
J&J Covid vaccine is the first one-dose option, and is easier to store.
Student studied at venue on top of Manukau rail station and next to main bus station.
The lockdown measures are to save lives, PM says.
Dr Siouxsie Wiles has stern words for Aucklanders leaving town during alert level 3.
Motorists without travel exemptions have already been turned away.
'We protect rare animals, we protect rare buildings. Why can't we protect rare people?'
The Ministry of Health wants feedback on how to define a non-smoking area.
The Government had little option but to lockdown Auckland, experts say.