The Bulletin: Vaccine rollout enters crucial new phase

Vaccine rollout enters new phase, Pharmac opens up priority lists to public scrutiny, and Commerce Commission to release study into supermarkets.

The MIQ booking system is unfair and inefficient. There are ways to fix it

Imagine if we ran our kidney allocation system the way we did our MIQ space process.

Live updates, July 28: Job listing offers $20 per hour to refresh MIQ booking site

Top stories from New Zealand, updated throughout the day.

The Bulletin: Nitrates in the water, and the risks

Risks of nitrates in the water, no additional Covid found in New Plymouth, and Westport faces horror flooding cleanup.

Covid-19 Archive

The one weird trick that could help NZ catch up with the global vaccine champs

One lesson: Focus on getting first doses into arms and don't worry if people have to wait longer for their second.

If I cry when I get my vaccination, it will be for Mum

It was one of Mum’s great joys that she lived to see polio virtually eradicated worldwide in her lifetime.

How do we bridge an impossible divide?

Despairing in the wake of anti-lockdown protests in Australia, Emily Writes searches for ways to fight the monster of ignorance and selfishness.

The Bulletin: ‘Government neglect’ blamed for poverty increase

'Government neglect' blamed for poverty increase, suspected ISIS supporter to be repatriated, and Sāmoa’s former PM formally concedes.

Live updates, July 26: Just 160 people in New Plymouth tested yesterday after Covid scare

Top stories from New Zealand, updated throughout the day.

The Bulletin: International recognition for PM Fiame Mata’afa

International recognition for PM Fiame Mata'afa, travel bubble with Australia closed amid escalating outbreak, and Auckland councillor Efeso Collins reveals bomb threat.

The Bulletin: Christchurch stadium design downsized amid cost blowout

Christchurch stadium design downsized amid cost blowout, FMA gives damning insurance industry assessment, and mental health pilot programme fails to get near targets.

Exclusive poll: two-thirds think NZ on right track for ‘opening up’ after Covid

Plus: views on the elimination strategy and the state of the economy.

Bernard Hickey: Get ready for the big push to the finishing line on vaccination

If we're going to open our borders, we're going to need one of the highest Covid vaccination rates in the world. Here's how we could get there.