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News from the business sector, including a market report. Video, Audio
Encouraging signs, as the number of new Covid-19 cases continues to level off - but a warning that we're a long way off the end goal of stamping the virus out.
On Monday there were 67 new cases… Read more Video, Audio
Checkpoint asked two groups (bubbles) of people to keep a diary of their lives in lockdown - the ups, downs and everything in between.
Here are their experiences of the first week. Read more Video, Audio
Imagine what it would be like if your sense of smell and taste disappeared overnight - that's exactly what happened to 23-year-old Sarah Miller shortly before she was diagnosed with Covid-19.
Some… Read more Video, Audio
What happens to eager hunters during the Covid-19 lockdown when they cannot get out to shoot deer?
They turn to their backyards and set mouse traps of course!
Lydia Batham reports. Read more Video, Audio
As New Zealand goes into what marks our first weekend in lockdown, the Prime Minister has warned she does not want to see crowded Bondi Beach scenes like she saw in Australia last weekend.
… Read more Video, Audio
New Zealanders only have a few more hours to fly home, as the extended time to fly domestically approaches its end.
The government extended the cut off for New Zealanders to fly until 11:59pm Friday… Read more Video, Audio
Checkpoints in the Far North running testing stations and turning tourists away with no self-isolation plans have been scaled back with organisers saying they had achieved their desired effect.
Peace at last - that is the reaction of Farid Ahmed to Thursday's guilty pleas from the man responsible for causing so much hurt on March 15 2019.
Mr Ahmed's wife, Husna, was amongst the 51… Read more Video, Audio
The Government has declared a national state of emergency due to the threat from Covid-19, giving police and other state agencies sweeping powers to enforce lockdown to stop the spread of the disease.
RNZ reporter Charlotte Cook joins Lisa Owen with more answers to common questions as New Zealand enters a four-week lockdown to stop the spread of Covid-19. Video, Audio
The wheels of justice are still turning in a handful of courthouses around the country - albeit much slower than normal. Courts have been deemed an essential service and will continue to run at a… Read more Video, Audio
New Zealand is in a State of Emergency and the country is going into lockdown, as people isolate to stop the spread of Covid-19.
What does this mean for the country's biggest cities?
Lisa Owen hears… Read more Video, Audio
Tens of thousands of business have closed their doors and will not open them again for at least another four weeks.
The only exceptions are those designated essential services - including… Read more Video, Audio
How do you stay competitive in a lockdown when your office is the swimming pool?
Twenty-year-old swimmer Lewis Clareburt was to be New Zealand's great hope in Tokyo.
He has already shown what he's… Read more Video, Audio
The drought in many parts of New Zealand continues to bite even after rain in some of the affected areas.
The entire North Island, parts of the South Island and the Chatham Islands are in drought.
The lockdown deadline has been extended for people trying to high tail it home by 11.59pm Wednesday.
Pressure on ferries, trains and planes, and the need to keep passengers a safe distance apart… Read more Video, Audio
Hunker down and stay home. That's the message from the Prime Minister as the country heads into the final 24 hours before nationwide lockdown begins.
It will be four weeks minimum before the… Read more Video, Audio