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Minister visits Howick College

Education Minister Chris Hipkins made a visit to Howick College last Thursday to view the property improvements the college has been able to complete...

Luxon’s wish for new police minister granted

A call by Botany MP and National Party leader Christopher Luxon for Poto Williams to be replaced as police minister has come to fruition. On...

Healthy drinks promoted in schools

The Minister of Education has recently announced that public consultation has opened on a proposal for primary schools to only offer healthy drinks. "We know...

Call for more RATs community collection sites out east

There's just one community collection site in east Auckland where people can collect free rapid antigen tests (RATs) for Covid-19. That compares to five such...

MIQ scales down operations

Managed Isolation and Quarantine (MIQ) is beginning to scale down its operations as international travel starts back up, Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins announced...

BREAKING: Next stage in plan to manage Omicron peak

  Only confirmed cases and their household contacts required to isolate All other contacts now asked to monitor symptoms but do not have to...

NZ borders to Oz to open in January, the world in...

HIGHLIGHTS: Reconnecting New Zealand - the next steps          Fully vaccinated Kiwis and other eligible travellers can travel to NZ from Australia without staying in MIQ...

Questions asked over ICU capacity

The Government has failed to properly prepare for the outbreak of the Covid-19 Delta strain by increasing Middlemore Hospital's ICU capacity by just one...

All school pupils to return to class

Education Minister Chris Hipkins has announced all year 1-10 school pupils in Auckland can return to face-to-face learning at schools and kura from November...

‘Every single dose counts’

Mayor Phil Goff is hailing a major milestone in New Zealand's ongoing fight against Covid-19. Goff says 85 per cent of eligible Aucklanders have now...

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