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Kiwi rowers enter bubble ahead of Olympic qualifier

The men's eight are not taking any risks ahead of their do-or-die qualifier next month.

The men's eight are not taking any risks ahead of their do-or-die qualifier next month.

Famous Dunedin party street joining battle to help NZ reach predator free goal

It's one of NZ's most infamous streets, home to scarfies, house parties and couch fires but Castle Sreet in Dunedin now has a much larger problem with pests.

It's one of NZ's most infamous streets, home to scarfies, house parties and couch fires but Castle Sreet in Dunedin now has a much larger problem with pests.

Airport worker Covid case cleaned planes from high-risk and quarantine free countries

The fully vaccinated individual cleaned an aircraft heading to Australia, despite two distinct zones set up to separate passengers.

The fully vaccinated individual cleaned an aircraft heading to Australia, despite two distinct zones set up to separate passengers.

New Maori Health Authority established to directly monitor health outcomes for Maori

The authority can commission services directly, and also in partnership with Health New Zealand.

The authority can commission services directly, and also in partnership with Health New Zealand.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern gives reading at Prince Philip's memorial service

The service was held at the National Cathedral of St Paul in Wellington.

The service was held at the National Cathedral of St Paul in Wellington.

Considering Matthew Shepard: A Journey from Hatred to Hope

Christchurch performer James-Paul Mountstevens, 18, is the star of play Considering Matthew Shepard: A Journey from Hatred to Hope.

Christchurch performer James-Paul Mountstevens, 18, is the star of play Considering Matthew Shepard: A Journey from Hatred to Hope.

Trans-Tasman bubble: First flight into Wellington

Cheers and applause as Air New Zealand's first bubble flight from Australia lands.

Cheers and applause as Air New Zealand's first bubble flight from Australia lands.

Covid-19 Response Minister says fake mask pamphlets are ‘Factually wrong and potentially dangerous’

Chris Hipkins said the only place for the pamphlets and cards was in the rubbish bin.

Chris Hipkins said the only place for the pamphlets and cards was in the rubbish bin.

Dr Caroline McElnay confirms no new Covid-19 cases linked to Auckland Airport worker

The Director of Public Health talked about the case detected in Auckland the day before.

The Director of Public Health talked about the case detected in Auckland the day before.

Andrew Little announces major overhaul of New Zealand’s health system

The Health Minister spoke in Wellington where he said he’s “laying out a plan” for Aotearoa.

The Health Minister spoke in Wellington where he said he’s “laying out a plan” for Aotearoa.

Figures show it's taking less than three weeks for Wellington homes to be bought

TradeMe data released to 1 NEWS reveal it’s a similar story nationwide.

TradeMe data released to 1 NEWS reveal it’s a similar story nationwide.

Explainer: Probability of destructive Alpine Fault earthquake increases

The Alpine Fault runs from Fiordland to Marlborough at the top of the mainland and marks the boundary between the Pacific and Australian plates.

The Alpine Fault runs from Fiordland to Marlborough at the top of the mainland and marks the boundary between the Pacific and Australian plates.

PM says trans-Tasman bubble not at risk after airport worker tests positive for Covid

The case comes on just day two of quarantine free travel between Australia and New Zealand.

The case comes on just day two of quarantine free travel between Australia and New Zealand.

New Covid-19 cases at border 'part of our journey together' with Australia, Ardern says

The Prime Minister says she has not yet spoken to her Australian counterpart about today's new case.

The Prime Minister says she has not yet spoken to her Australian counterpart about today's new case.

Reporters pepper Winston Peters with questions as he walks to court in Wellington

Peters is challenging a ruling dismissing claims his privacy was breached in the leaking of his superannuation details.

Peters is challenging a ruling dismissing claims his privacy was breached in the leaking of his superannuation details.

Foreign Minister says New Zealand ‘uncomfortable’ with expanding Five Eyes’ remit

Nanaia Mahuta wants to move away from using the Five Eyes security alliance as NZ’s “first point” of messaging.

Nanaia Mahuta wants to move away from using the Five Eyes security alliance as NZ’s “first point” of messaging.

Winston Peters in high spirits while answering reporters’ questions during walk to court in Wellington

Peters is challenging a ruling dismissing claims his privacy was breached in the leaking of his superannuation details.

Peters is challenging a ruling dismissing claims his privacy was breached in the leaking of his superannuation details.

Chances of major South Island earthquake in next 50 years dramatically increased

That’s according to Victoria University research which shows a 75 per cent chance the Alpine Fault will rupture in the next half century.

That’s according to Victoria University research which shows a 75 per cent chance the Alpine Fault will rupture in the next half century.

Business near Ashburton loses over $1.4 million worth of hay bales in fire

Forty operational staff have contained the fire which engulfed 11,000 bales.

Forty operational staff have contained the fire which engulfed 11,000 bales.

Opening of travel bubble opening offers lifeline to struggling tourism sector

It’s time to sweep away the dust, turn around the open sign and re-open some long-closed doors.

It’s time to sweep away the dust, turn around the open sign and re-open some long-closed doors.

Farmers on east coasts of both islands battling another serious dry period

It's déjà vu for Hawke's Bay as the region's landscape was stricken by a lack of rain at the start of last year and it isn't the only one now feeling climate change effects.

It's déjà vu for Hawke's Bay as the region's landscape was stricken by a lack of rain at the start of last year and it isn't the only one now feeling climate change effects.

‘Like a scene from Love Actually’ – Ardern imagines today’s airport reunions

It comes as families reunited today as the trans-Tasman bubble opened.

It comes as families reunited today as the trans-Tasman bubble opened.

Emotional trans-Tasman airport reunions set to Love Actually music

The Prime Minister said she was "disappointed" to miss seeing the emotional reunions in what she imagined was "like a scene" from the classic 2003 romantic comedy.

The Prime Minister said she was "disappointed" to miss seeing the emotional reunions in what she imagined was "like a scene" from the classic 2003 romantic comedy.

‘Like a scene from Love Actually’ – Ardern says she’s disappointed to miss seeing families reunite today

The Prime Minister explained Cabinet was timed just as the first flight landed in NZ from Australia.

The Prime Minister explained Cabinet was timed just as the first flight landed in NZ from Australia.

Ardern says no cause for concern regarding MIQ capacity as use of two Auckland facilities put on hold

The PM says the trans-Tasman travel bubble has freed up space.

The PM says the trans-Tasman travel bubble has freed up space.

PM says all NZ should be ‘very, very proud’ of trans-Tasman bubble opening

Jacinda Ardern said it could be a billion dollar boost to New Zealand’s economy.

Jacinda Ardern said it could be a billion dollar boost to New Zealand’s economy.

Emotional scenes at Auckland Airport as grandmother meets grandchild for first time

The opening of the trans-Tasman bubble today resulted in emotional reunions for families in both countries.

The opening of the trans-Tasman bubble today resulted in emotional reunions for families in both countries.

Tears and high emotion as first quarantine-free flight lands in Auckland

Friends and family were reunited in joyous scenes at the airport.

Friends and family were reunited in joyous scenes at the airport.

First flight carrying passengers who don’t have to quarantine lands in Auckland

It was a momentous day as the trans-Tasman bubble finally opened.

It was a momentous day as the trans-Tasman bubble finally opened.

Emotions run high at Sydney Airport as New Zealand travellers reunite with family

It’s hugs, tears and celebratory cheers all-round as the first flight touches down in Australia.

It’s hugs, tears and celebratory cheers all-round as the first flight touches down in Australia.

New border exemptions aim to reunite families of healthcare workers and some skilled workers

Immigration Minister Kris Faafoi says the changes will help New Zealand retain its crucial temporary workers.

Immigration Minister Kris Faafoi says the changes will help New Zealand retain its crucial temporary workers.

First flight from NZ since trans-Tasman travel bubble opened departs for Sydney

The Air New Zealand flight left Wellington Airport carrying 105 passengers.

The Air New Zealand flight left Wellington Airport carrying 105 passengers.

Qantas flight carrying crew only lands in Auckland minutes after trans-Tasman travel bubble starts

Thousands of people are expected to travel between New Zealand and Australia.

Thousands of people are expected to travel between New Zealand and Australia.

Man's face left completely swollen following incident in South Auckland - witness

Amit Sami told 1 NEWS the area is normally a "good neighbourhood".

Amit Sami told 1 NEWS the area is normally a "good neighbourhood".

At Prince Philip's request, NZ representative honoured to be part of late Duke's funeral

Brigadier Lofty Hayward wore a kahu huruhuru as the only New Zealander part of the service.

Brigadier Lofty Hayward wore a kahu huruhuru as the only New Zealander part of the service.

‘It just feels very inhumane’ – Woman returning from Australia asks to be let out of MIQ early

Lydia O’Donnell returned to see her dad who is sick with cancer, but is stuck in MIQ despite a travel bubble opening on Monday.

Lydia O’Donnell returned to see her dad who is sick with cancer, but is stuck in MIQ despite a travel bubble opening on Monday.

Epic Brewery team picks up their consignment of fresh hops

Epic Brewery used fresh hops to create a once-in-a-year IPA, here's what they went through to get the hops to the kettles for brewing.

Epic Brewery used fresh hops to create a once-in-a-year IPA, here's what they went through to get the hops to the kettles for brewing.

Stolen car just over 100 metres away

O.G.B bar owner Nick Inkster's rare 1939 model Austin 10 was found several hours - and only 100 metres away - after being stolen in Christchurch on Monday.

O.G.B bar owner Nick Inkster's rare 1939 model Austin 10 was found several hours - and only 100 metres away - after being stolen in Christchurch on Monday.

Is the 'Garden City' ready to 'Explore the Opportunity'?

A new campaign aimed at attracting businesses, investment, visitors, migrants and students to Christchurch invites newcomers to "explore the opportunity". Stuff set out to find how the new slogan rates with Christchurch locals.

A new campaign aimed at attracting businesses, investment, visitors, migrants and students to Christchurch invites newcomers to "explore the opportunity". Stuff set out to find how the new slogan rates with Christchurch locals.

Former addict talks about synthetic cannabis

Gordon Smith thought he wouldn't get addicted to synthetic cannabis. He was wrong.

Gordon Smith thought he wouldn't get addicted to synthetic cannabis. He was wrong.

Kawarau gorge incident remembered

Two people died and several others were injured as drivers did not see a large section of the Kawarau Gorge road had suddenly disappeared in heavy rain.

Two people died and several others were injured as drivers did not see a large section of the Kawarau Gorge road had suddenly disappeared in heavy rain.

High St plans revealed

The Christchurch City Council has released plans for a High St revamp that will extend the tram line.

The Christchurch City Council has released plans for a High St revamp that will extend the tram line.

Christchurch City Council proposes scrapping mobile library service

Russley Village manager Tim Dearsley talks to Stuff about the impact losing Christchurch's mobile library service will have on his retirement village.

Russley Village manager Tim Dearsley talks to Stuff about the impact losing Christchurch's mobile library service will have on his retirement village.

South Auckland students learning skills with hammer and saw

Paige Hoff and Mark Gago are part of a group of south Auckland students rebuilding houses as part of a trades programme.

Paige Hoff and Mark Gago are part of a group of south Auckland students rebuilding houses as part of a trades programme.

Moon Man and the Swan Princess

Where once they called the Magic Garden home, a tiny town at the top of the south is playing host to one of the most colourful characters around.

Where once they called the Magic Garden home, a tiny town at the top of the south is playing host to one of the most colourful characters around.

Conserving New Zealand's fairy tern, one of the world's rarest birds

Auckland Zoo captured the journey of the fairy tern/tara iti chick which was hatched and hand-reared there.

Auckland Zoo captured the journey of the fairy tern/tara iti chick which was hatched and hand-reared there.

Te Maara Kai O Wirihana: school project turned community hub

In a large south Auckland suburb, one school has seized an opportunity to boost its students’ food resilience, support their community and transform valuable but unused land into a productive urban oasis.

In a large south Auckland suburb, one school has seized an opportunity to boost its students’ food resilience, support their community and transform valuable but unused land into a productive urban oasis.

Prosthetic fin could help give sea turtles a better chance at life

A prosthetic fin created by an Auckland researcher could help give sea turtles a better chance at life.

A prosthetic fin created by an Auckland researcher could help give sea turtles a better chance at life.

New Zealand approves paid leave after miscarriage

Employers in New Zealand will now be required to give couples who suffer a miscarriage three days of paid leave

Employers in New Zealand will now be required to give couples who suffer a miscarriage three days of paid leave

The Covid Diaries: Totally Tourism boss Mark Quickfall talks about future in New Zealand tourism

Totally Tourism director Mark Quickfall talks about Tourism industry in New Zealand after Covid-19.

Totally Tourism director Mark Quickfall talks about Tourism industry in New Zealand after Covid-19.

Off the Ladder: Home ownership changing things for future generations

Holly Tipene says home ownership was her life-long dream, but she was stuck in a "generational rut".

Holly Tipene says home ownership was her life-long dream, but she was stuck in a "generational rut".

Jacinda Ardern on the speed of climate action

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on calls from young people that her Government isn't acting fast enough on climate change.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on calls from young people that her Government isn't acting fast enough on climate change.

Team New Zealand savor America's Cup triumph

[NFA] Team New Zealand won the 36th America's Cup on Wednesday, wrapping up a 7-3 victory over challenger Luna Rossa to savor a triumphant defense of the "Auld Mug" in sparkling home waters off the coast of Auckland.

[NFA] Team New Zealand won the 36th America's Cup on Wednesday, wrapping up a 7-3 victory over challenger Luna Rossa to savor a triumphant defense of the "Auld Mug" in sparkling home waters off the coast of Auckland.

Cup Wrap: A day out on the water with Team NZ

Cup Wrap: Todd Niall heads out on the chase boat to follow Team NZ's Te Rehutai

Cup Wrap: Todd Niall heads out on the chase boat to follow Team NZ's Te Rehutai

Harvard aircraft fly over Wellington

A group of Harvard aircraft flew over Wellington in formation on Friday.

A group of Harvard aircraft flew over Wellington in formation on Friday.

B-52 Stratofortress wows crowds at Wings Over Wairarapa

A Boeing B-52 Stratofortress flying past the crowd at Wings Over Wairarapa in Masterton.

A Boeing B-52 Stratofortress flying past the crowd at Wings Over Wairarapa in Masterton.

The leader of the women's chapter of the Mongrel Mob addresses their claim at the Waitangi Tribunal.

Paula Ormsby speaks at a Waitangi Tribunal hearing in Waikato about the plight of women in New Zealand.

Paula Ormsby speaks at a Waitangi Tribunal hearing in Waikato about the plight of women in New Zealand.

Police scene at Northcote where a youth was shot on Friday night

Police scene at Northcote where a youth was shot on Friday night

Police scene at Northcote where a youth was shot on Friday night

Neighbour describes moment shots were fired in Papatoetoe shooting

Tracey Rose heard gun shots, a lady screaming and men shouting during the police shooting in Papatoetoe on Thursday evening.

Tracey Rose heard gun shots, a lady screaming and men shouting during the police shooting in Papatoetoe on Thursday evening.

Auckland apartment rental costs decrease, in contrast to rest of country

Auckland apartment rental costs decrease, in contrast to rest of country

Auckland apartment rental costs decrease, in contrast to rest of country

One of the first international students let back into the country

Lincoln University PhD student Karla Lopez Reyes is studying the vision of thrips, a type of minute insect.

Lincoln University PhD student Karla Lopez Reyes is studying the vision of thrips, a type of minute insect.

Australian media reforms pass after last-ditch changes

The Australian parliament on Thursday passed a new law designed to force Alphabet's Google and Facebook to pay media companies for content used on their platforms in reforms that could be replicated in other countries.

The Australian parliament on Thursday passed a new law designed to force Alphabet's Google and Facebook to pay media companies for content used on their platforms in reforms that could be replicated in other countries.

From city life in Sydney to farming in Taupō

Nicola Harvey and Pat Ledden exchanged life in Sydney to begin a new venture, farming a 130ha lease property north of Taupō about three years ago.

Nicola Harvey and Pat Ledden exchanged life in Sydney to begin a new venture, farming a 130ha lease property north of Taupō about three years ago.

Independent review into Wellington City Council's governance

Wellington Mayor Andy Foster has called for an independent review into Wellington City Council's governance.

Wellington Mayor Andy Foster has called for an independent review into Wellington City Council's governance.

Nelson Airport terminal officially open

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern attends the formal opening of the new Nelson Airport terminal in October 2019.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern attends the formal opening of the new Nelson Airport terminal in October 2019.

Airport workers get Covid vaccination

About 40 border workers at Christchurch International Airport are among the first in the city to be vaccinated against Covid-19.

About 40 border workers at Christchurch International Airport are among the first in the city to be vaccinated against Covid-19.

Fergburger celebrates 20 years in Queenstown

Fergburger general manager Steve Bradley marks 20 years in Queenstown by giving out free original Fergburgers to happy locals.

Fergburger general manager Steve Bradley marks 20 years in Queenstown by giving out free original Fergburgers to happy locals.

$175,000 fireworks display

Andrea Jewell with her children Otto, 7, and Thea, 5, who were roused from bed by the fireworks display that cost Wellington more than $175,000.

Andrea Jewell with her children Otto, 7, and Thea, 5, who were roused from bed by the fireworks display that cost Wellington more than $175,000.

Papatoetoe locals say mood is quiet after news of further Covid-19 cases in community

Papatoetoe locals say the mood in the suburb is quiet following news of more Covid-19 cases in the community.

Papatoetoe locals say the mood in the suburb is quiet following news of more Covid-19 cases in the community.

Covid-19 update: No community cases reported on February 24

Covid-19 Minister Chris Hipkins delivered the good news at Wednesday's update.

Covid-19 Minister Chris Hipkins delivered the good news at Wednesday's update.

Christchurch earthquake: Residents reflect on progress 10 years on

10 years after it killed 185 people, and upended countless more lives, New Zealanders have paused to remember victims of the Christchurch earthquake.

10 years after it killed 185 people, and upended countless more lives, New Zealanders have paused to remember victims of the Christchurch earthquake.

'It's taken a massive toll': Young family's endless search for a rental

Kate van Turnhout, Danyon Stenton and 20-month-old Leo hope someone will give them a chance to prove they're decent tenants.

Kate van Turnhout, Danyon Stenton and 20-month-old Leo hope someone will give them a chance to prove they're decent tenants.

Stan Walker on his 'next chapter' in life

Stan Walker and Lou Tyson speak about their engagement and their 'next chapter' of life.

Stan Walker and Lou Tyson speak about their engagement and their 'next chapter' of life.

Concerns about Akaroa water contamination addressed

Banks Peninsula Community Board members were briefed on Akaroa's water contamination on February 15 and were assured the incident would be fully investigated, local councillor Andrew Turner says.

Banks Peninsula Community Board members were briefed on Akaroa's water contamination on February 15 and were assured the incident would be fully investigated, local councillor Andrew Turner says.

Covid-19: Traveller confusion over location of Auckland's northern border

Where does Auckland end? Traveller confusion over where Auckland's northern border is.

Where does Auckland end? Traveller confusion over where Auckland's northern border is.

Long queues at southern Covid border between Auckland and Waikato

Monday saw waits of up to three hours for people to get through the southern border from Auckland to Waikato.

Monday saw waits of up to three hours for people to get through the southern border from Auckland to Waikato.

'All of a sudden she just ran': Three-year-old hit by car

Mum Sunny Wang recalls the terrifying moment her daughter Artemis ran out onto the road and was hit by a car. "I was frozen, I was so scared."

Mum Sunny Wang recalls the terrifying moment her daughter Artemis ran out onto the road and was hit by a car. "I was frozen, I was so scared."

Covid-19 testing station set up at Papatoetoe High School

People have been lining up down the street to be tested at Papatoetoe High School after a student went to class, not knowing she had Covid-19.

People have been lining up down the street to be tested at Papatoetoe High School after a student went to class, not knowing she had Covid-19.

Covid-19 testing surges in New Plymouth on Monday morning

People were queueing up in their vehicles on Monday morning to get a Covid-19 test at Taranaki Base Hospital.

People were queueing up in their vehicles on Monday morning to get a Covid-19 test at Taranaki Base Hospital.

Covid-19: PM announces fresh lockdown measures

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced Auckland will be moving to Level 3 at midnight and the rest of the country to Level 2.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced Auckland will be moving to Level 3 at midnight and the rest of the country to Level 2.

Queues at Ōtara community testing centre after news of three new cases in the community

Queues at Ōtara community testing centre after news of three new cases in the community.

Queues at Ōtara community testing centre after news of three new cases in the community.

COVID-19 details on the new Auckland cases

COVID-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins provides information on the new Auckland cases.

COVID-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins provides information on the new Auckland cases.

Skydive record smashed

Brent Findlay and Steve Gregor, broke the existing New Zealand record of 100 skydives in one day, at Motueka Airport.

Brent Findlay and Steve Gregor, broke the existing New Zealand record of 100 skydives in one day, at Motueka Airport.

Covid-19 Update: Bloomfield names places visited by new cases

Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield names places visited by new cases

Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield names places visited by new cases

New Zealand to start COVID-19 vaccinations soon

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Friday the country's COVID-19 inoculation program will likely begin on Feb. 20, brought forward by the earlier receipt of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine than originally anticipated.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Friday the country's COVID-19 inoculation program will likely begin on Feb. 20, brought forward by the earlier receipt of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine than originally anticipated.

Māori Wards - 'Its time has come', says Nanaia Mahuta

Minister of Local Government, Hon Nanaia Mahuta makes an announcement at the New Plymouth District Council regarding Māori wards.

Minister of Local Government, Hon Nanaia Mahuta makes an announcement at the New Plymouth District Council regarding Māori wards.

Marlborough Museum director Steve Austin on Doctor Cleghorn

Dr George Cleghorn moved to Marlborough in 1876. The talented surgeon left a long-standing impression.

Dr George Cleghorn moved to Marlborough in 1876. The talented surgeon left a long-standing impression.

Terminally ill man wants to see his son before he dies

Glen Campbell is terminally ill and wants to see his son before he dies - but 19-year-old Jackson, who is returning from Australia on Friday, has no place in an MIQ facility.

Glen Campbell is terminally ill and wants to see his son before he dies - but 19-year-old Jackson, who is returning from Australia on Friday, has no place in an MIQ facility.

Banh Mi Caphe restaurant owners hope for a lockdown-free 2021

After a tough 2020, Hamilton's Pat and Anh Chaimontree had some family time over summer, and are planning to change up their menu.

After a tough 2020, Hamilton's Pat and Anh Chaimontree had some family time over summer, and are planning to change up their menu.

Allan Stark is back working after a tough couple of years.

Allan Stark is back working after a tough couple of years.

Allan Stark is back working after a tough couple of years.

Blenheim Shuttles owner Duncan McIntyre utilizes an old skill

Summer has been busy for Blenheim Shuttles owner Duncan McIntyre. He's taken up a new job with the Blenheim Testing Station.

Summer has been busy for Blenheim Shuttles owner Duncan McIntyre. He's taken up a new job with the Blenheim Testing Station.

A Life onboard a floating hospital

A Waikato family of six, the Pollard's, have packed up their lives to spend the next two years onboard a floating hospital.

A Waikato family of six, the Pollard's, have packed up their lives to spend the next two years onboard a floating hospital.

Dairy owners living in fear not knowing when they will be targeted again

Dairy owners have had enough of recent spate of ram raids.

Dairy owners have had enough of recent spate of ram raids.

Rangitata jet boat rescue

Glenn Shaw and Michael Jones talk about rescuing their mate after his boat sunk in the Rangitata River.

Glenn Shaw and Michael Jones talk about rescuing their mate after his boat sunk in the Rangitata River.

Air NZ 777s spotted in plane graveyard

Air New Zealand 777s have been spotted in a US desert storage facility, surrounded by a sea of planes grounded due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Air New Zealand 777s have been spotted in a US desert storage facility, surrounded by a sea of planes grounded due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Baby, two adults escape New Plymouth house fire

Firefighters extinguished a blaze at a Kāinga Ora – Homes and Communities property on the corner of Parsons St and Glenpark Ave, Frankleigh Park, on Monday.

Firefighters extinguished a blaze at a Kāinga Ora – Homes and Communities property on the corner of Parsons St and Glenpark Ave, Frankleigh Park, on Monday.

Northlanders wait hours for a Covid-19 tests in new community case scare

Long queues of waiting cars at all testing stations across Whangarei following the latest community case of COVID19.

Long queues of waiting cars at all testing stations across Whangarei following the latest community case of COVID19.

Turitea wind farm

The northern section of the Turitea wind farm in Manawatū is well under way.

The northern section of the Turitea wind farm in Manawatū is well under way.

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