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Travel advice during city’s busiest time

The next two months are expected to be the busiest in the past five years on Auckland’s roads and public transport network. Auckland Transport (AT)...

Government secures supply of free Covid-19 tests

Health Minster Dr Shane Reti says additional supplies of free rapid antigen tests (RATs) for Covid-19 will enable continued free testing for the public...

Bluecoats return to Auckland Airport  

Auckland Airport is delighted to have its much-loved 'bluecoats' customer service ambassadors back on-hand offering support and care to travellers around the airport. The ambassador...

Biomedical engineer gets taste of combat engineering

In her day job in East Tamaki, 2nd Lieutenant Lily Feng uses her biomedical engineering training to sell respiratory devices to help with people's...

Christopher and Amanda Luxon cast advanced votes in Botany

The man vying to become New Zealand’s next prime minister has already cast his vote in this year’s general election. Botany MP and National Party...

Stay Covid safe this summer

The Government says Kiwis need to be prepared for the possibility they may contract Covid-19 during the summer holiday period. Covid-19 Response Minister Ayesha Verrall...

Survey highlights the big concerns for Aucklanders

By Laura Kvigstad, Auckland Council reporter Funded by New Zealand on Air Congestion, crime and the cost of living have been highlighted as the big issues...

Covid-19 Protection Framework ends tonight

The Covid-19 Protection Framework ends at 11.59pm tonight, Monday September 12 All mask wearing requirements removed, except in healthcare and aged care facilities ...

NZ to stay at Red as vaccine passes and most mandates...

New Zealand is seeing a drop in cases, but as Omicron takes hold in the regions, public health advice says now is not the...

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...