The Bulletin: Auckland drought leads to fears of severe water restrictions

Auckland drought leads to fears of severe water restrictions, exclusive new poll results on government’s Covid-19 response, and is a resolution coming at Ihumātao?

The Bulletin: New Covid-19 case in isolation facility, system reaching capacity

New case amid capacity concerns at isolation facilities, police mourn colleague who was killed, and vibrant weekend of party politics as election nears.

The Bulletin: Government scrambles to fix quarantine bungle fallout

Fallout continues from quarantine system failures, new GDP figures released show first quarter drop, and ACC pouring millions into acupuncture treatments.

The Bulletin: An avalanche of incompetence in quarantine system

Repeated blunders shake faith in quarantine system, report finds ministry was unprepared on PPE, and trade negotiations with Britain begin. 

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The Bulletin: Two new Covid-19 cases, serious questions about border

Failings around Covid-positive visitors who were allowed to travel, massive new report on health reform unveiled, and police executive redesign proposed.

The Bulletin: Fast-tracked projects aimed at job-creation announced

List of infrastructure projects for fast-tracking announced, Labour releases list for election, and concerns raised about police firearms vetting process.

The Bulletin: Muller makes his pitch for the middle

Todd Muller makes pitch for the middle, further BLM protests take place, and two pieces to illustrate the importance of science in public life.

The Bulletin: A dozen stories to wrap the week

Review finds rest home with Covid outbreak breached care obligations, Coster clarifies rubber bullet comments, and Otago University forecasts heavy losses.

The Bulletin: Billions needed to fix hospital infrastructure

Billions needed to fix poor state of hospital infrastructure, colonial era statues in the spotlight, and major problems emerge in modem rollout to students.

The Bulletin: How Australia sees the trans-Tasman bubble

How Australia sees the trans-Tasman bubble, police Armed Response Teams scrapped for good, and cheese in the spotlight in Europe trade stoush.

The Bulletin: Level one, zero cases. Now what?

What comes next after level one move, trade minister takes aim at Europe over deal offer, and harsh report into Oranga Tamariki released.

The Bulletin: Can Shane Jones reclaim Northland and save his party?

Shane Jones confirms run in the crucial seat of Northland, Kiwifruit sales soar amid global pandemic, and questions on colonial monuments erupt around the world.

Rat traps and carbon credits: The native forests offsetting your emissions

Simon Day discovers how the voluntary carbon market allows both individuals and companies to offset their emissions at the same time as investing in native forest regeneration.

The Bulletin: Winners and losers from sport’s spending spree

Millions of dollars divvied up by Sport NZ, MSD’s problem with wrongly denied payments grows, and internal coalition battles emerge in time for election.

The Bulletin: Normality beckons at level one

Decision coming soon on move to level one, housing market in a weird place, and manslaughter charges laid against officers after custody death

The Bulletin: Apprenticeships to be free, skills shortages targeted

Significant new support announced for trainees and apprenticeships, more level one detail coming, and long-delayed changes made to ETS.