Dire warnings about water levels, tentative good news on Covid-19 case numbers, and local government struggles for funding.
Queenstown nurse tests positive for Covid-19, more detail emerges on case clusters, and NZers in Australia score moderate victory.
Conditions for leaving lockdown explored, nation’s first death from Covid-19 reported, and Australian govt continues to discriminate against NZers.
How did a small town in the middle of the North Island become an unlikely centre of Medieval Combat sports in New Zealand?
Good morning and welcome to The Bulletin. In today's edition: Covid case numbers rise again, modelling shows the toll taking no action could have had, and warnings of logistical crunch â€¦
MFAT advice to NZers overseas changes, parliamentary scrutiny to continue amid adjournment, and an essential piece to read on the shutdown rules.
We’re going to level four by Wednesday night, Robertson massively expands economic package, and political parties put country above politics.
How the new alert system will work, dozens of new cases announced over weekend, and a great idea from several Wellington hotels.
Dunedin school to close and clean after positive Covid-19 test, massive economic rescue package announced, and tourists who didn’t self-isolate facing deportation.
New guidelines on gatherings and social distancing announced, OCR slashed ahead of fiscal stimulus, and Air NZ facing crushing losses.