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Police in Melbourne appear to have shot rubber bullets at hundreds of protesters who gathered at the city's Shrine of Remembrance locked in a stand-off with riot police in a third day of demonstrations. The activists are protesting against the lockdown and demanding a vaccine mandate for the construction industry be lifted. And then a magnitude 5.8…
 
The Auckland couple who travelled to Wanaka while the city was at Covid-19 alert level 4 have been charged. Police say William Willis and Hannah Rawnsley have been summonsed to appear in the Papakura District Court next month on a charge of failing to comply with the Covid-19 health order. RNZ reporter, Katie Todd talks to Bryan Crump.…
 
Ni sa bula vinaka Pacific Wave listeners, Koroi Hawkins here. Because of the Covid-19 lockdowns here in New Zealand we can't bring you our usual daily show and we're really sorry about that. But while we can't make our usual shows, it doesn't mean we're not covering Pacific news. Each night I talk about some of the day's stories with RNZ Nights hos…
 
Two reviews of the Family Court are underway to ensure its judges are up to scratch and victims are happy with how they're being treated. It comes as a family violence advocate says it is currently unsafe for abuse survivors navigating the Family Court to lay complaints about a judge's behaviour. Anusha Bradley reports.…
 
On Wednesday morning, Director General of Health Ashley Bloomfield acknowledged New Zealand could never return to absolutely zero Covid-19 cases. On Wednesday authorities reported another 23 cases in the community. But Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins says the government is still doing everything it can to stamp out the virus altogether.…
 
The lure of a bacon buttie has proved to be a successful way to get people in New Plymouth out for a vaccine. The city's vaccination centre threw out the appointment book and put on breakfast for anyone getting a jab between 7am and 9am on Wednesday, and 130 people took the bait. Our Taranaki Whanganui reporter Robin Martin went along.…
 
New Zealand needs to vaccinate five-year-olds and up against Covid-19 if there's any chance of returning to situation normal, that's according to a leading epidemiologist. Professor Tony Blakely from the University of Melbourne has completed modelling on the State of Victoria to see how much of 2022 could be spent in lockdown depending on various v…
 
Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins says a first-stage proof of vaccination will be ready in weeks. "The first stage is a manual process where you'll be able to download a certificate, and that certificate would be able to be verified. So for example, it might have a QR code on it, that would allow the person that you're showing it to, to scan…
 
The first day of level three has brought back takeaways and click and collect across Auckland. But some businesses in the CBD are keeping their doors shut until level two as the city's workers remain at home. Reporter Louise Ternouth and Camera Operator Marika Khabazi filed this report.
 
The Department of Conservation was told by overseas experts it should euthanise the orca calf, Toa, just days after it became stranded on the rocks in Plimmerton. But the department instead looked after Toa for 12 days before he died naturally - costing almost $130,000. Aanei te kai ripoata a Kim Moodie.…
 
As the Covid-19 vaccine rollout ramps up businesses are confused about their legal obligations to staff and customers. Can they refuse entry to unvaccinated cliental or sack staff who do not want the jab? Across the ditch New South Wales has confirmed it is introducing rules that will essentially make it illegal for businesses to serve unvaccinated…
 
It's game on in Tai Tokerau, where rugby clubs and Māori health providers are teaming up to make Northland the first province with 90 percent of people vaccinated against Covid-19. A new initiative wants players to 'Take Two for the Team' - with every jab earning $10 towards their sports club. Organisers are hoping to tap into the competitive natur…
 
The floodgates have opened and Aucklanders have hit the streets today - with 300,000 people back at work under alert level 3. Baristas, burger flippers, builders and bikers stepped out today after five weeks in hard lockdown. Our reporter Nick Truebridge and cameraman Nick Monro checked out some of Auckland's newfound freedoms.…
 
Hon JUDITH COLLINS to the Prime Minister: Does she stand by all of her Government’s statements and actions? BARBARA EDMONDS to the Minister of Finance: What economic support has been provided to businesses since the Delta COVID outbreak alert level changes announced on 17 August? Hon JULIE ANNE GENTER to the Minister of Justice: Will he propose a l…
 
There are signs that Papua New Guinea's health system is again under increasing pressure due to Covid-19. PNG health authorities scaled back testing in June, as the government told the public the country would have to learn to live with the virus. RNZ Pacific's Johnny Blades has been covering the story and speaks to Max Towle on Worldwatch.…
 
The Department of Conservation spent $130,000 looking after Toa, the orphaned Orca. It was abandoned by its pod north of Wellington in July, and was cared for by the department and volunteers for 12 days before its death. RNZ reporter Charlotte Cook tells Māni Dunlop about what else she's found in documents released by the Department this morning.…
 
Roofers are urging people to be patient with their tradies, as complicated supply issues slow down the construction sector. The Roofing Association says it's so bad that orders placed today won't arrive 'til after Christmas. The association's chief executive Graham Moor speaks to Māni Dunlop.
 
The Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield says getting vaccination levels above 90 per cent is the single best tool in New Zealand's Covid-19 toolkit. Dr Bloomfield says Aotearoa may never get back to zero cases, but the elimination strategy is about a zero tolerance approach to Covid in the community. Māni Dunlop speaks to the National P…
 
Two hundred more police officers will be trained to the same level as the Armed Offenders Squad -- but they won't always carry firearms when they're sent out on a job. The government has announced $45 million will go toward better tactical training and intelligence. The police commissioner Andrew Coster says it is in response to increasing violence…
 
A magnitude 6 earthquake has struck near Melbourne. Geoscience Australia says the quake hit shortly after 11 this morning about 150 kilometres east of the city at a depth of 10 kilometres. It was felt across Victoria, and in Canberra, Wagga Wagga, and Newcastle. The quake struck near the town of Mansfield - the mayor Mark Holcombe was yet to hear a…
 
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