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Belarus sprinter heads for Austria in fresh twist to Tokyo diplomatic drama
Belarusian sprinter Krystsina Tsimanouskaya left Tokyo for Austria on Wednesday, adding another dramatic twist to a diplomatic saga in which she had sought refuge at the Polish embassy.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: New Zealand's greatest Olympian? Lisa Carrington rewrites record books with third gold medal
Lisa Carrington now stands alone.New Zealand's superstar of the Tokyo Games might have already exhausted all the superlatives, but her appetite for winning has not been sated."It's amazing. You set out for such a big task this...
Converse removes all reference to paints' environmental impact
Converse has quietly removed any reference to the environmental impact of its global public art campaign from its website after being accused of greenwashing.
Covid 19 coronavirus: Tokyo logs record 5,042 cases as infections surge amid Olympic Games
Tokyo reported 5,042 new daily coronavirus cases on Thursday, hitting a record since the pandemic began as the infections surge in the Japanese capital hosting the Olympics.The additional cases brought the total for Tokyo to 236,138....
Chapman Tripp sets up new arm CT Consulting
A large legal firm is going head-to-head with the big four accounting firms as well as boutique operators in the business advisory and consultancy market.
Former Black Sticks coach in another Olympic final
A New Zealander is endeavouring to guide Belgium to its first Olympic gold in hockey and just its fourth medal of the Tokyo Games.
NZ sends 100,000 vaccine doses to Fiji
Foreign Affairs Minister Nanaia Mahuta says New Zealand will continue aiding Fiji's battle against the Delta variant.
Govt and Reserve Bank agree on new moves to tighten mortgage lending
Mortgage lending rules are to be toughened after the government has given the Reserve Bank approval to tighten loan-to-value ratios and move to bring in debt-to-income ratios.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: New Zealand cyclist Campbell Stewart claims stunning silver medal in omnium
24 hours ago, Campbell Stewart's Olympics were meant to be over.Now, he's an Olympic medallist.The 23-year-old Kiwi cyclist claimed a stunning silver on the track tonight, pulling off the most improbable of comebacks on the final...
Greece fires: Over 100 wildfires force beach evacuation
Greece evacuated people in boats from an island beach Wednesday (local time) amid heavy smoke from a nearby wildfire and fire crews fought to keep flames away from the birthplace of the ancient Olympic Games as the country sweltered...
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Live updates - New Zealand athletes and events in action, how to watch in NZ, live streaming
All the action from day 13 of the Tokyo Olympics. Kiwis in action today Lisa Carrington eyes a third gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics today as she competes in the K1-500m semifinals (1.19pm) , with K2 teammate...
Tokyo Olympics 2020: 'Disgraceful' - Wild photo is Games' worst moment
Kazakhstan wrestler Nurislam Sanayev could be facing disciplinary action after biting an opponent during his semifinal at the Tokyo Olympics on Wednesday.Bite marks were visible on the right bicep of India's Ravi Dahiya following...
Tokyo Olympics: Carrington wins gold to make history
Lisa Carrington has become New Zealand's most successful Olympian ever after winning the K1 500m gold medal in Tokyo.
Covid-19 coronavirus: X-ray shows difference vaccine can make to lung health
A doctor has revealed the startling and potentially life-saving difference the Covid-19 vaccine can make in protecting your lungs against the virus.Images provided by Dr Ghassan Kamel, director of the Medical ICU at SSM Health St...
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Nick Willis bows out of Olympics 1500 metres competition in semifinal stage
Nick Willis may have been eliminated from the Tokyo Olympics at the semifinal stage – but he hasn't lost his famous sense of humour.It was a brave effort from the two-time medallist, who managed a season-best time of 3:35.41 to...
Green MP Chloe Swarbrick on housing: Much more intervention needed
Plans to toughen mortgage lending rules and bring in debt-to-income ratios aren't enough, the Green MP says.
Money Talks: Radio Hauraki's Jason Hoyte on surviving as a performer - 'I never had a Plan B'
"I've never really had a Plan B," says Radio Hauraki's Jason Hoyte. "There were certainly times where I thought: what am I doing? I've got to have an alternative because things aren't working out."Forging a career as a comedian...
Political Roundup: Radical reform coming to a supermarket near you
ANALYSIS: The supermarket sector is finally about to receive some serious Government intervention. Following a scathing report from the Commerce Commission, it's now almost inevitable that the Labour Government is going to have...
Tokyo Olympics 2020: USA's horror new low on the Tokyo track
In a shock upset on the Tokyo track, the American team failed to qualify for the men's 4 x 100m relay final after finishing sixth in their heat on Thursday morning.After botching a couple of baton exchanges, the US quartet registered...
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Shot at Games immortality as Lisa Carrington storms into another final in the K1 500m
Turbo-charged kayaker Lisa Carrington has a shot at Olympic immortality today after qualifying for the final of the K1 500m.With original superlatives in increasingly short supply, the GOAT in the boat won her semifinal convincingly...
Tokyo Olympics Day 13: As it happened
Ellesse Andrews has won silver in the women's track cycling keirin event final while injury replacement Campbell Stewart secured silver in the men's omnium event.
Plexure CEO Craig Herbison resigns with immediate effect, shares fall sharply
NZX-listed Plexure Group has announced the departure of its chief executive Craig Herbison, with immediate effect. Herbison has also resigned from the mobile marketing company's board.Shares, which were trading at 71c before the...
Labour shortage causes apple grower profits to go rotten
T&G Global reports sharp drop in profits after worker shortage impacts harvest.
'Boys' Club' culture, sexual assault, harassment and bullying examined in MediaWorks report
A senior MediaWorks employee engaged in sexual activity with a teenager at a promotional event after she'd been served drinks all evening and became "heavily intoxicated", a wide-ranging review into the company says.No staff at...
US blocks seafood from Fiji fishing boat accused of enslaving crew
A tuna fishing boat based in Fiji that has been accused of essentially enslaving its crew was blocked from importing seafood into the United States.The move is part of an increasing effort to keep goods produced with forced labour...
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Kiwi cyclist Ellesse Andrews claims silver in keirin final
New Zealand has a new queen of the velodrome.Ellesse Andrews has claimed a brilliant silver medal in the women's keirin on Thursday night, with a sensational ride in the final.The 21-year-old had to do it the hard way – coming...
Bledisloe Cup live updates: All Blacks name team to face Wallabies at Eden Park
Follow live as the All Blacks name their team to face the Wallabies. Eden Park will host Bledisloe Cup tests over the next two weekends.The second test clash on August 14 has been moved from Sky Stadium in Wellington,...
Victoria goes into a snap seven day Covid-19 lockdown after mystery cases
Victoria will enter its sixth lockdown from 8pm tonight in response to unexpected new mystery cases of Covid-19 in recent days.
Tokyo Olympics: Georgia's Talakhadze breaks world record to conquer men's super heavyweight class
New Zealand's David Liti comes fifth as Georgia smashes all competitors in Olympic weight class.
Vitaly Shishov: Head of Belarus exiles group found dead in Ukraine
The head of a group helping people who have fled Belarus has been found dead near his home in neighbouring Ukraine.
NZ 'naive' to shut down Marsden Point - Australian analyst
Plans to close NZ's only oil refinery may leave country exposed to global uncertainty, experts are warning.
'Failed the nation': Chinese Olympians facing furious backlash at home
Pressure on Chinese athletes to perform has never been higher as furious nationalists attack them online.
Black Caps to tour Pakistan
New Zealand will visit Pakistan in September for the first time in 18 years to play three one-day internationals and five Twenty20 matches in Rawalpindi and Lahore, the Pakistan Cricket Board said.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Silver medallist Campbell Stewart's touching tribute to injured teammate Aaron Gate
Campbell Stewart admitted that the drive to do something special for the team – and especially injured compatriot Aaron Gates – was the crucial ingredient in his stunning Omnium performance on Thursday night, where he claimed a sensational...
Leaky home class action trial ends in settlement
The settlement includes $1.25m payout to James Hardie and a full closure for all claims.
Covid-19: NSW records 199 new community cases, Queensland detects 16
New South Wales has reported 199 locally acquired cases of Covid-19 in the 24 hours to 8pm yesterday.
Gunmen attack home of Afghan defence minister in Kabul
Four people have been killed after militants attacked the home of the Afghan defence minister.
Prices fall again in latest Global Dairy Trade auction
Prices fell for the eighth consecutive time in the latest Global Dairy Trade auction, held overnight.Across the board, the index dropped 1 per cent overall – a smaller reduction than the 2.9 per cent seen two weeks ago, or the 3.8...
The Spinoff: Meet the Kiwi bitcoin miners chasing millions
Originally published by The Spinoff Two local lads have been mining bitcoin for a decade. Josie Adams asks them why they still believe – and how they answer criticism about mining's environmental impact during a global climate...
Covid 19 coronavirus: Air NZ forecasts losses up to $530m with transtasman bubble impact
Air New Zealand has revised its earnings forecast to reflect the impact of the suspension of the transtasman travel bubble. The national carrier says it now expects losses will not exceed $530 million for the 2022 financial year,...
Willis misses semifinal spot
Nick Willis has finished ninth in his fifth Olympic 1500m semi-final at his fifth consecutive Olympics at the Tokyo Games.
Rugby league: 2021 Rugby League World Cup postponed a year
The 2021 Rugby League World Cup has been postponed a year following the withdrawal of Australia and New Zealand a fortnight ago.The tournament was due to kick off on October 23 but has been moved back a year.The New Zealand Rugby...
National average house price reaches $920,000
The rate of house price growth is gradually slowing as measures designed to slow the rapid growth begin to take effect.
FMA cautions against risky investments as online trading grows
Rising house prices, low interest rates, a desire to learn, and fear of missing out are pushing more people to use retail online trading platforms.
'I'll be honest, I've done a few push-ups' - From Toyko to MIQ for Olympian Bond
After a stunning run at Tokyo's Olympics, Hamish Bond is taking time in MIQ to relax and think about what's next.
All Blacks name squad for Bledisloe Cup test against Australia
Richie Mo'unga has been given the nod over Beauden Barrett as the All Blacks' first five-eighth for the first Bledisloe Cup test against Australia at Eden Park on Saturday.Beauden Barrett will start on the bench for the second successive...
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Kiwi Tom Walsh claims bronze in men's shot put final as Jacko Gill finishes ninth
Tom Walsh has gone from the edge of elimination to the Olympic podium once again.The Kiwi this afternoon claimed a second straight bronze medal in the shot put as the top three from Rio all repeated their achievements in Tokyo.Third...
Auckland Film Studios gets $30 million government funding for expansion
By RNZ Auckland Film Studios is getting $30 million from the Government to expand its capacity.Auckland Council is chipping in another $5m for the overall $35m project, which will see two new 2000-square-metre sound stages and...
Tokyo Olympics: Canadian De Grasse ends long wait for gold
After battling illness and defeat, 26-year-old Andre De Grasse runs to the finish.
Opposition MPs face arrest: Fiji's climate of fear deepens in time of Covid crisis
By Johnny Blades of RNZ As Fiji struggles with an unprecedented health and economic crisis, the country's already limited democratic space is being choked off.Opposition MPs routinely face arrest for criticising legislation...
Covid 19 coronavirus: Super fit twin brother dies of virus after refusing vaccine
A fit and healthy dad who rejected the Covid jab tragically died from the virus after saying he "wished he had listened".John Eyers' heartbroken twin sister, Jenny McCann, is now urging people to get vaccinated after her "super...
Delta variant creates new 'double whammy' Covid-19 danger for Australia
Health experts are preparing for a "nightmare scenario" in Australia, with early data showing the Delta strain is more severe, as well as being harder to contain.
Sealed with a kiss: Tom Walsh's dad's hopes resting on a medal
Peter Walsh is hoping for two kisses from his wife, Karen, today when his son Tom takes centre spot in the shot put throwing circle.
Claimant devastated James Hardie case ended mid-trial
A woman who has been fighting for years to get compensation for her leaky home is devastated a multi-million dollar court case against James Hardie has ended mid-trial.
Covid-19: Victoria records zero local cases
Victoria has recorded its first day without a new locally acquired case of Covid-19 in almost a month.
Seventh person - a 34-year-old woman - dies in Australia after AstraZeneca vaccine
A 34-year-old NSW woman has become the seventh Australian to die after taking the AstraZeneca vaccine.The Therapeutic Goods Administration confirmed tonight that the death has once again been linked to thrombosis with thrombocytopenia...
Tokyo Olympics 2020: David Liti turns attention to defending Commonwealth Games title after fifth-place finish in Olympic Games debut
David Liti won't be leaving Tokyo with an Olympic Games medal, but he is sure to have won over plenty of fans with his display on the platform for the men's +109kg weightlifting competition. As he did when he won gold at the Commonwealth...
New South Wales records five Covid-19 deaths, 262 local cases
New South Wales has recorded 262 new locally acquired cases of Covid-19 in the last 24 hours and five people have died from the disease.
Mistaken identity lands man in Hawaii mental hospital
Hawaii officials wrongly arrested a homeless man for a crime committed by someone else, locked him up in a state hospital for more than two years, forced him to take psychiatric drugs and then tried to cover up the mistake by quietly...
WHO calls for booster pause to vaccinate poorer nations
The World Health Organisation has called for a suspension on booster vaccines for Covid-19 until at least the end of September.
Wallabies recall Petaia for All Blacks Bledisloe Cup test at Eden Park
Jordan Petaia has been recalled to the Wallabies for his first test of the season, named on the wing for the Bledisloe Cup opener at Eden Park.
Black Caps to tour Pakistan for first time in 18 years
New Zealand will tour Pakistan for the first time in 18 years when it plays three one-day internationals and five Twenty20 matches beginning in September.New Zealand last toured Pakistan in 2003 for a five-match ODI series while...
Air NZ expecting sizeable loss due to trans-Tasman bubble interruptions
The carrier says its cashflow has been dented by the suspension and it now expected an operating loss of no more than $530 million before tax and one-off items.
'Way too many hoops': First Home Grants fall short with lowest ever payouts
By Charlie Dreaver of RNZ The Government has admitted it got the settings wrong for First Home Grants and as a result the scheme is heading for the lowest number of grants paid out since it began.The grants aim to help first...
Australian Government announces millions in compensation for Stolen Generations
Australia's Government has pledged A$1.1 billion ($1.15b) to address Indigenous disadvantage, including compensation to thousands of mixed-race children who were taken from their families over decades.The A$378.6 million to be used...
Housing crisis: Auckland's wealthy suburbs dodging development 'burden', councillor Daniel Newman says
By Stephen Forbes, Local Democracy Reporter An Auckland councillor says the supercity needs to stop allowing wealthier suburbs to hang on to their low-density zonings and heritage protections and open them up to more development.It...
Job satisfaction higher for office workers - survey
Non-office workers such as production workers, retail staff, drivers, nurses, tradespeople and teachers had an overall wellbeing score of 59 percent compared with 65 percent for office workers.
Covid-19: NSW records 233 new community cases and two deaths
The New South Wales Premier has reported 233 new community cases of Covid-19 in the state as well as two Covid-related deaths.
Unemployment rate falls to lowest in nearly a year
The unemployment rate has fallen to 4 percent in the three months ended June while wages grew at an annual rate of 2.2 percent.
Covid-19: Mutation of Delta strain could happen in Fiji, experts warn
Health experts in and around Fiji say a new vaccine may be needed if the Delta variant of Covid-19, which is currently in Fiji, continues to mutate.
Covid 19 coronavirus: Twist in Aude Alaskar's death, family say negative results shown day before
The family of a 27-year-old Sydney man who died after contracting Covid-19 claim he returned a negative test result the day before his death, making his suddenly deteriorating health even more shocking.Aude Alaskar, who was married...
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Lisa Carrington boasts more gold medals than 184 competing countries in Tokyo
Lisa Carrington is in a class of her own. In winning the K1 500m final today, Carrington became New Zealand's most decorated Olympic athlete as she claimed her sixth medal (fifth gold). It was her third gold medal during the...
Lebanese demand justice on port blast anniversary
Lebanon's leading Christian cleric says there could be no immunity from prosecution over the catastrophic Beirut port blast and that officials were evading investigation, as many Lebanese marked the first anniversary by demanding justice.
Library book returned after 50 years with a surprise inside
A book checked out a half-century ago has been anonymously returned to a library in northeastern Pennsylvania, officials said.The Wilkes-Barre Citizens' Voice reports that the 1967 copy of the book Coins You Can Collect by Burton...
New Zealand company liquidations spike again as firms default on their debt - Centrix
New data shows a sharp increase in company closures in the three months to June as credit defaults rose 6 per cent, although the general business environment remains positive.The latest data released by the New Zealand credit bureau...
Gate breaks collarbone in crash
New Zealand cyclist Aaron Gate will miss the remainder of the Tokyo Olympics.
Tokyo Olympics Day 13: Who to watch
Carrington and Regal are on the hunt for another medal, Walsh and Gill to take on shot put final and Ko will tee off for round two of the women's golf event.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: British heptathlete Katarina Johnson-Thompson disqualified in heartbreaking scenes
In perhaps the saddest sight we've seen in Tokyo, a British heptathlete's brave attempt to finish a race with a major injury went unrewarded.Katarina Johnson-Thompson ruptured her Achilles at the end of 2020 and also underwent surgery...
Liquidations loom as commercial defaults rise
A surge in company liquidations is looming as more firms are default on their debt.
Labour market predicted to be strong as immigration slows - recruiter
A student job recruiter says these are unprecedented times for the labour market, as youth unemployment drops and job listings soar.
America to require Covid vaccination for visitors from overseas
The Biden administration is taking the first steps toward requiring nearly all foreign visitors to the United States to be vaccinated for the coronavirus, a White House official said today.The requirement would come as part of the...
Interest rate rises - Reserve Bank has time, 'shouldn't go too early' - economist
Expectations are that the Reserve Bank will cement in an interest rates rise in coming weeks but an economist is warning against going "too early like it did after the global financial crisis".
Tencent vows fresh gaming curbs after 'spiritual opium' attack zaps $60 billion
Tencent will further curb minors' access to its flagship video game, hours after its shares were battered by a state media article.
Meghan Markle at 40: Is the duchess about to enter her power decade?
As an avid fan of Maya Angelou, the Duchess of Sussex will probably be familiar with the American poet and civil rights activist's thoughts on turning 40."When I passed 40 I dropped [the] pretence," Angelou wrote, "Cause men like...
Double cycling silver for New Zealand
New Zealand cyclist Ellesse Andrews has won silver in the women's keirin at the Tokyo Olympics.
Covid 19 coronavirus: Tasmania records first case in 12 months after NSW man travels to state
Tasmania has recorded a new case of Covid-19 for the first time in 12 months.The infected 31-year-old man travelled to the state from NSW after crossing the Victoria border and then on to Tasmania.Tasmania Premier Peter Gutwein...
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Black Ferns Sevens star Ruby Tui's hilarious mic drop on Australian TV
New Zealand rugby sevens star Ruby Tui already won over BBC viewers a few days ago with her charming interview at the Tokyo Olympics.On Tuesday night she repeated the feat, this time on Australian television.Tui, whose Black Ferns...
Hawke's Bay Airport redevelopment finally revealed to public
A multi-million dollar redevelopment of Hawke's Bay Airport will be unveiled to the public today, after months of delays.
Covid-19 in Fiji: 11 dead, 1187 new cases confirmed
Fiji has recorded 1187 new cases and 11 more deaths for the 24 hours to 8am yesterday.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Kiwi cyclist Aaron Gate ruled out of Olympics after crash
New Zealand cyclist Aaron Gate has been ruled out of the remainder of the Tokyo Olympics after he was injured in a crash during last night's men's team pursuit bronze medal race.Gate crashed after touching wheels with the rider...
Network issues force early halt to NZX trading
The stock exchange reckons local markets will open as usual tomorrow after trading was cut short by two hours today due to technical issues.NZX confirms that the NZX Main Board, NZX Debt Market, and Fonterra Shareholders Market...
Executive changes at NZME ahead of interim result announcement
NZME has announced changes to its executive team ahead of its first half result announcement later this month.The media company said chief digital officer Laura Maxwell is resigning after eight years working in various senior roles...
MediaWorks sexual assault: Review finds 'A culture of acceptance of misconduct'
OPINION: Maria Dew QC's independent report on conduct and culture at the radio and outdoor advertising company was published today. Here's what you need to know. What's the tldr on the report? Six allegations of sexual assault...
Marketing of telephone network options protentially confusing or misleading - Comcom
The Commerce Commission is calling on the telecommunications sector to clean up its advertising about the withdrawal of copper services.
Covid 19 coronavirus: Australian health experts have pleaded with people to get the jab
A group of the nation's leading medical professionals have urged Australians not to wait for the Pfizer vaccine and to get jabbed with AstraZeneca, giving the stark warning that the "only options" are being vaccinated or dying from...
Tokyo Olympics: Tom Walsh wins bronze in shot put
Tom Walsh has won a bronze medal in the Olympic shot put final, replicating his success in Rio in 2016.
Hillsong pastor Brian Houston charged for allegedly concealing child sexual abuse by his father
Brian Houston, the founder of the Evangelical Hillsong Church, will face court in New South Wales over allegedly concealing alleged child sex offences.Police in Sydney say they will allege in court that Houston, 67, knew information...
'Flames were coming out like a Catherine wheel' - Auckland lawyer's flaming phone
Auckland lawyer Andrew (name changed) had been keeping his Huawei P10 as a backup phone.But with the Chinese phone maker losing full access to Google's Android software and app store amid US sanctions, the time had come to dispose...
Wallabies bullish about making history as All Blacks inspired by NZ Olympians
While New Zealand's Olympians have been making history in Tokyo, the Wallabies want to make a little of their own when they take on the All Blacks at Eden Park.
Three changes to All Blacks lineup to take on Wallabies
There are three changes from the All Blacks starting lineup that played Fiji last month for Saturday's Bledisloe Cup Test against Australia at Eden Park.
Leaky homes mega-lawsuit: James Hardie gets $1.25m settlement payout, 'terrible day' for homeowners
The biggest leaky homes lawsuit in New Zealand history has been settled out of court.And although aggrieved homeowners at one point reportedly sought $220 million, the target of the lawsuit has instead received a payout.The Herald...
Privacy blunder: Xero user sees other people's PayPal transactions
Online payment platform PayPal appears to have made a major privacy gaffe with its automated feed to Xero users.Ben Kepes took to Twitter this morning after other people's PayPal transactions appeared in his Xero bank reconciliation...
Ko edges inside top-10 after two rounds
Rio Olympics silver medallist Lydia Ko has edged up the standings at the Tokyo Games women's golf tournament with a 4-under par second round at the Kasumigaseki Country Club.
Covid 19 coronavirus: Delta variant is a warning to act before virus becomes more dangerous
Delta is a winner. In the viral race to reproduce, it's outpacing all comers. But virologists have dissected its attributes. And they've found it can get much more powerful yet.At the moment, it's just a simulation.It takes everything...
Unemployment plunges to 4 per cent - biggest quarterly fall in 35 years
The number of people unemployed in New Zealand has been dropping by more than 1000 a week in recent months, with an extremely tight labour market pushing employers to up pay to keep staff.Statistics New Zealand revealed today that...
Probe finds New York governor sexually harassed women
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed multiple women in violation of US and state law, according to a five-month investigation detailed by the state attorney general.
Outstanding women stamp their class on Tokyo Olympics
Comment: Sometimes it's important to try and watch sport through a child's eyes. When your hobby becomes your profession, it's hard not to lose some of the joy.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Lydia Ko drops vital shots late in round, but still in hunt for another Olympic golf medal
Lydia Ko dropped two shots in the final two holes to give away vital ground in her chase for a medal in the Olympic golf tournament.Ko, the Rio silver medallist, sits tied for ninth after a four-under 67 left her five-under par...
India erupts over 'gang rape' and forced cremation of 9-year-old girl
Warning: Distressing content. The alleged gang rape and murder of a 9-year-old, "low-caste" girl has sparked several days of protests in India's capital.The horrific case is just the latest incident to highlight the country's...
Twitter partners with Reuters and AP to tackle misinformation
The social media giant is linking up with the media organisations to add context and fact-checked information to help counter fake news.
Covid 19 coronavirus: Five deaths and 262 new cases in NSW, new outbreak in Victoria, Queensland clusters grow
New South Wales has recorded 262 new community cases of Covid-19, with at least 43 of those cases infectious while in the community.Of the new cases, 129 are linked to existing outbreaks and the source of infection for 133 cases...
Local Focus: Mother and son build successful business in hardest of times
Sara Fitzell and her son Jurell opened S.F Ink Kanohi me Tinana just four months after the country came out of lockdown. It's what earned them a nomination last year in the Rotorua Business Awards. This year, the family owned...
NZ 'naive' to shut down Marsden Point - Australian analyst
By Phil Pennington for RNZ An Australian analyst warns New Zealand is being naive about the dangers of shutting down its only oil refinery.Shareholders in Refining NZ vote this Friday on a recommendation from company directors...
Covid 19 coronavirus: Victoria goes into lockdown for a week
Victorians have been plunged into a week-long snap lockdown from 8pm tonight, as the state grapples with growing cases of Covid-19.Residents will only be able to leave their home for five reasons - being to shop for essentials,...