Super Saturday live: NZ vaccination drive hits 100,000 doses
102,109 doses achieved on Super Saturday, but Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she'd love it if could top 150,000 doses.
A truck has overturned and gone down a bank on Remutaka Hill, between Upper Hutt and Featherston, blocking the highway and creating lengthy detours.
A 25-year-old man was arrested at the scene and is being held on suspicion of murder. Police say the attack could be linked to “Islamist extremism”.
James Bond actor says the less aggressive atmosphere was more conducive to meeting women.
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Changes to border rules mean vaccinated NSW travellers will be able to visit Victoria without quarantining before Melburnians can escape the city.
The target was hit at just after 3pm. The achievement smashes the previous record of 93,350 set in late August.
Anyone who visited the Royal Laundromat in Takanini between 1pm and 5pm on Thursday is asked to get tested immediately.
Health officials hope the events will boost Northland's vaccination numbers, but there is resistance and difficulty reaching remote communities.
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Every chief executive and board chair of NZ's leading 27 businesses has been vaccinated.
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More than 6500 doctors have added their names to a campaign urging all eligible people to get vaccinated against Covid-19.
A 48-year-old man has been charged with murder after a 73-year-old man was found dead in Northland's Ōmāpere on Friday.
Jason Ingham believes a "guardian angel" was watching him when he went into cardiac arrest while out on a bike ride.
The police minister was told the intelligence centre made up of 12 government agencies hasn't fulfilled its potential. It's now undergoing a rebrand.
A 47-year-old man was in a stable condition on Friday night, after being stabbed.
Mosque was packed with worshippers when bombers attacked, killing at least 47 and wounding dozens more in the deadliest day since US military withdrawal.
In a move to make it less vulnerable to problems like the current semiconductor shortage, Hyundai will start making its own computer chips for some applications.
It will be the first UK institution to hand back one of the artefacts known as the Benin Bronzes.
The stringent anti-coronavirus measures require all workers, from magistrates to maids, to show a health pass to get into their place of employment.
A poorly-designed width restriction in the UK is destroying far more than it appears to save.
And the Auckland island she says is often overlooked by locals.
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The All Blacks are being used as guinea pigs for the tool Air New Zealand has described as the "future of international travel".
Retailers are asking for patience from customers while they try to make other arrangements.
An Auckland woman is horrified her landlord told her the only reason she was allowed to rent a home in Remuera was because she initially thought she was European.
Ice cream store worker's grizzle on social media did not count as a resignation, and her dismissal was unfair, disputes tribunal rules.
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Firm is second in two days to implement requirement.
A surprise roof leak taught the value of having a plan.
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Conditions that led to Australia's devastating ‘Black-Summer’ fires may become regular events in Mackenzie Country, Central Otago and Marlborough, a new study says.
The entire planet's carbon emissions for 2021 could be captured using a common mineral, including a deposit at Nelson.
Māori leaders are concerned low vaccination rates for rangatahi Māori could see them becoming scapegoats for Government inaction and targets for racist abuse.
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Delta scares her, but there are more pressing things to worry about. Like how she's going to feed her children this week, or pay the power bill before it's cut off.
Experts say it's imperative we get all groups to 90 per cent, not just the population as a whole, before restrictions are eased.
The Te Kao event will celebrate the reopening of the local marae, while trying to encourage vaccines amongst the mainly Māori population.
He was an anti-vaxxer until he saw how Delta affected someone he knew. Now he's prepared to be blunt with potential clients about his no jab, no moko stance.
Seeing flocks of kereru whirring past as he works is a highlight of Mawena Bidois’ new job as a pest controller on Taranaki Maunga.
Jess Blewitt's long list of injuries included a broken leg, wrist, collarbone and rib after flipping over the front of her handlebars during the final World Cup race of the year.
In a tale of two right feet, Richie McCaw's broken one trumped that of Public Enemy No 1 Quade Cooper whose early blunder set the tone.
The 2020 WS Cox Plate winner Sir Dragonet has been euthanised after suffering an injury in an exercise gallop.
Bold, daring architecture is celebrated in the ADNZ Waikato and Bay of Plenty regional awards.
An old Beazley home is transformed into an award-winning home for a young family - "think wet togs, sandy floors, and jelly-tip ice creams".
Carley Lloyd took a massive risk resigning from her job of 15 years and selling her home of 10, but, now based in rural Tasman, she's making her name with her colour-saturated style.
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A new anthology show is inspired by a graphic novel series created by Goosebumps author R.L. Stine, while a popular tween drama is back.
Producers are scrambling to pull together the Vaxathon in time for Saturday.
Ford has updated the Focus ST with a smattering of fresh goodies, and given hybrid power to the other Focus models.
Skoda New Zealand continues to electrify its local range with a plug-in hybrid version of its hot Octavia RS.
There's not enough kids for a footy team, and the teacher must also be the bus driver, fire chief, and librarian.
How does a child celebrate winning an under-10 category? Hot chips, of course.
In an open letter to Aotearoa New Zealand, they say: We overwhelmingly support vaccination against Covid-19.
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