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Organisers are heartbroken to have had to pull the pin on Alexandra's Blossom Festival. Set to be the biggest yet on the Festival's 65th birthday next weekend, with thousands of people were planning to flock towards the floral fanfare from all over Central Otago and beyond, but sadly, Covid cancelled that…
 
After an extended absence rugby's Heartland Championship returns on Saturday afternoon. New Zealand's 12 smallest provincial unions haven't played for almost two years as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. As Brenton Vannisselroy reports, there's a mixture of relief and excitement amongst the heartland teams that the season is going ahead.…
 
New Zealanders wanting to welcome refugees into their community will be able to apply for a new sponsorship visa from next month. The sponsorship programme is part of an expanded trial, in which communities across Aotearoa have welcomed whānau from around the world. It's being celebrated as way New Zealand can help with the global refugee crisis - …
 
A pet shelter in Auckland for animals from abusive households says demand for their service has tripled since lockdown began. Since opening just two months ago Pet Refuge is getting more and more requests from people whose bubbles are unsafe. And as our reporter Louise Ternouth and camera operator Marika Khabazi found out - running the operation in…
 
The government has decided not to bring forward the school holidays despite calls from exhausted parents and the opposition. The school break will go ahead from October 2 - meaning Auckland parents are facing at least nine weeks at home with their children. Here's our deputy political editor Craig McCulloch.…
 
The family at the centre of a homicide in Timaru had only left MIQ a week ago after arriving in the country from South Africa. Three young children were found dead after police were called to a property in the suburb of Parkside late last night. It is understood at least one of the parents worked as a doctor at nearby Timaru hospital - just 200 met…
 
The National Party says the Auckland terrorist's immigration history is a glaring omission in the government review of the September the third attacks. Charities say huge gaps that exist in services offered to asylum seekers also need reviewing. Gill Bonnett reports.
 
There is concern the vaccine rollout is not reaching people using mental health and addiction services - people who were prioritised by the government for earlier access to the Pfizer jab. Advocacy group Changing Minds chief experience officer Taimi Allan told Checkpoint there were many reasons for the low uptake.…
 
Police searching for missing King Country man, Thomas Phillips are keen to know the whereabouts of two motorbikes he owned. Mr Phillips and his three children haven't been seen since last Saturday at Marokopa - on the west coast of the North Island. Better weather conditions today has meant an aerial search could go ahead and ground searches are al…
 
A small college just south of Auckland's border is stretched to the max because several staff cannot get Covid-19 travel exemptions. Among those locked out of level two land is Te Kauwhata College's principal, who says her pleas have been met with a wall of contradictory government advice. Our reporter Nick Truebridge has the story.…
 
The door may still be ajar for Auckland to host the America's Cup in 2024. A decision on a host city was due to be announced today. Instead, Team New Zealand says they need more time to assess three international venue proposals - as well as a last minute Auckland bid. Felicity Reid has this report.
 
A Mount Maunganui bakery has been forced to close for 14 days and throw out all their stock after a Covid-19-infected truck driver from Auckland visited twice. There are 11 new cases of Covid in the community today - all of them in Auckland. But the Ministry of Health has identified several locations of interest outside Auckland which were visited …
 
The trans-Tasman bubble has no chance of re-inflating for at least another eight weeks. Meanwhile, with Covid-19 case numbers continuing to increase in New South Wales, Victoria, and the Australian Capital Territory, the government has put the kibosh on any hopes of the bubble opening anytime soon. But while many stranded New Zealanders are still s…
 
Police are investigating the death of three children in Timaru, after officers were alerted to the triple homicide last night. Emergency services were called to a Queen Street flat in the suburb of Parkside just after 10pm Thursday. And as Timothy Brown reports, police say the family had only left MIQ a week ago after arriving in the country from S…
 
As the Māori Party here campaigns to officially change the country's name from New Zealand to Aotearoa - Worldwatch thought it appropriate to put together a very brief history lesson - and take a look back at other nations to have done so. The most recent name change was in 2019 from the Republic of Macedonia to North Macedonia. In 2018, Swaziland …
 
China has applied to join the world's biggest free trade agreement -- the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership -- the CPTPP. Of course, China has particular tensions with two CPTPP members -- Australia and Canada. Former New Zealand diplomat Stephen Jacobi told Worldwatch's Max Towle its application will force the conversation.…
 
Despite restrictions easing on Fiji's mainland, six remote islands have been put on high-alert amid the escalating rise in Covid-19 cases there. Health teams have been sent to these areas where nearly 800 people are infected with the Delta strain. Fiji's Government has set a 1 November deadline to reopen the country's borders. The pressure is now o…
 
An improvement in the weather is helping in the search for the missing Phillips whānau, with the search continuing to focus on the Marokopa coastline today. Thomas Phillips and his three young children have been missing for nearly one week. RNZ's Waikato reporter Andrew McRae joins Māni Dunlop on Midday Report.…
 
Māori are significantly more likely to die after surgery than non-Māori. A new study, published today in the New Zealand Medical Journal, shows that no matter the type of surgery, a significant disparity exists. In some cases, the likelihood of death is more than double that of Pākehā. Anei te purongo a Jamie Tahana.…
 
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