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Level 3 restrictions loosened for Auckland - plan to leave lockdown released; Rest of NZ to remain at Level 2 - 100 person limit at hospo venues removed
4th Oct 21, 4:02pm
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Level 3 restrictions loosened for Auckland - plan to leave lockdown released; Rest of NZ to remain at Level 2 - 100 person limit at hospo venues removed
The country's largest airport will start laying the 'groundwork' early next year for its new domestic hub, but is not giving any indication of when the major phase of development of the $1 bln on-hold project will commence
9th Aug 21, 10:29am
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The country's largest airport will start laying the 'groundwork' early next year for its new domestic hub, but is not giving any indication of when the major phase of development of the $1 bln on-hold project will commence
Two-thirds selling under the hammer at Barfoot & Thompson's auctions
5th Aug 21, 9:22am
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Two-thirds selling under the hammer at Barfoot & Thompson's auctions
The national median selling price was barely changed at $820,000 in June compared to May, down slightly from the March peak
13th Jul 21, 9:51am
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The national median selling price was barely changed at $820,000 in June compared to May, down slightly from the March peak
TSB lending more money in Auckland than Taranaki as annual profit and housing lending surges. Bank sells its Harmoney loan portfolio
30th Jun 21, 5:23pm
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TSB lending more money in Auckland than Taranaki as annual profit and housing lending surges. Bank sells its Harmoney loan portfolio
Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins says the country now has enough freezers to store four million doses of vaccine at any one time
9th Jun 21, 1:57pm
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Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins says the country now has enough freezers to store four million doses of vaccine at any one time
Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins says the vaccination programme for the wider population is 'on track'
8th Jun 21, 4:01pm
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Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins says the vaccination programme for the wider population is 'on track'
Government says it has signed an agreement for 8.5 million more doses of Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine; Prime Minister says this will 'simplify' rollout of vaccination, which is still planned for second half of year
8th Mar 21, 4:00pm
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Government says it has signed an agreement for 8.5 million more doses of Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine; Prime Minister says this will 'simplify' rollout of vaccination, which is still planned for second half of year
Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins says genome testing has shown the new community case has the South African 'variant' of the virus
25th Jan 21, 1:30pm
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Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins says genome testing has shown the new community case has the South African 'variant' of the virus
Person who was recently released from managed isolation in Auckland travelled widely and visited over 30 locations in the southern part of Northland before testing positive
24th Jan 21, 3:32pm
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Person who was recently released from managed isolation in Auckland travelled widely and visited over 30 locations in the southern part of Northland before testing positive
Government says front line workers will be vaccinated against Covid in second quarter of 2021 while vaccination for rest of the population will take place in the second half of the year
17th Dec 20, 9:00am
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Government says front line workers will be vaccinated against Covid in second quarter of 2021 while vaccination for rest of the population will take place in the second half of the year
Government confirms in-principle agreement to purchase enough Covid-19 vaccine for the whole population
19th Nov 20, 8:00am
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Government confirms in-principle agreement to purchase enough Covid-19 vaccine for the whole population
Mask-wearing to become mandatory on public transport in Auckland and flights around the country from Thursday
16th Nov 20, 4:24pm
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Mask-wearing to become mandatory on public transport in Auckland and flights around the country from Thursday
Auckland CBD can reopen; Auckland Covid case linked to managed isolation worker; Case's three close contacts test negative; Mask wearing on public transport in Auckland to become mandatory
13th Nov 20, 2:24pm
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Auckland CBD can reopen; Auckland Covid case linked to managed isolation worker; Case's three close contacts test negative; Mask wearing on public transport in Auckland to become mandatory
Government asks people who work in downtown Auckland to work from home on Friday, if possible, and wear masks on public transport
12th Nov 20, 5:32pm
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Government asks people who work in downtown Auckland to work from home on Friday, if possible, and wear masks on public transport
Person with Covid went to work at retail store in central Auckland's High Street before receiving confirmed Covid test; source of infection unknown
12th Nov 20, 1:35pm
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Person with Covid went to work at retail store in central Auckland's High Street before receiving confirmed Covid test; source of infection unknown
The Ministry of Health is reporting three new imported cases of Covid in the country, but the last six community cases from the recent outbreak have recovered
7th Oct 20, 1:33pm
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The Ministry of Health is reporting three new imported cases of Covid in the country, but the last six community cases from the recent outbreak have recovered
Auckland to move to Alert Level 1 at 11.59pm on Wednesday; Modelling suggests 95% chance Covid-19 has been eliminated from the community
5th Oct 20, 1:18pm
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Auckland to move to Alert Level 1 at 11.59pm on Wednesday; Modelling suggests 95% chance Covid-19 has been eliminated from the community
9 new Covid-19 cases - 5 in the community, including 3 cases linked to the Mt Roskill church cluster and 2 household contacts
31st Aug 20, 1:12pm
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9 new Covid-19 cases - 5 in the community, including 3 cases linked to the Mt Roskill church cluster and 2 household contacts
5 new Covid-19 cases - 3 in the community, 1 unlinked; Mt Roskill Evangelical Fellowship church goers encouraged to get tested; Public transport providers to be required to display QR codes
26th Aug 20, 1:23pm
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5 new Covid-19 cases - 3 in the community, 1 unlinked; Mt Roskill Evangelical Fellowship church goers encouraged to get tested; Public transport providers to be required to display QR codes
7 new Covid-19 cases - all linked to the Auckland cluster; Govt aims to test 70,000 people in next week - targeting Maori and Pacific Island communities; National and NZ First want Health Committee reconvened
25th Aug 20, 1:29pm
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7 new Covid-19 cases - all linked to the Auckland cluster; Govt aims to test 70,000 people in next week - targeting Maori and Pacific Island communities; National and NZ First want Health Committee reconvened
Auckland to move to Level 2.5 on August 31; Rest of NZ to remain at Level 2; Mask wearing to be mandatory on public transport at Level 2 from August 31
24th Aug 20, 3:16pm
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Auckland to move to Level 2.5 on August 31; Rest of NZ to remain at Level 2; Mask wearing to be mandatory on public transport at Level 2 from August 31
9 new cases of Covid-19; 8 in the community - all linked to existing cases; 2 cases from over the weekend remain unlinked
24th Aug 20, 1:13pm
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9 new cases of Covid-19; 8 in the community - all linked to existing cases; 2 cases from over the weekend remain unlinked
Phil Twyford says the cost of capital isn't the only thing being considered by Cabinet, as it decides whether NZTA or the NZ Super Fund and its Canadian partner should build Auckland's light rail
5th Mar 20, 5:00am
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Phil Twyford says the cost of capital isn't the only thing being considered by Cabinet, as it decides whether NZTA or the NZ Super Fund and its Canadian partner should build Auckland's light rail
Reality bites the Government, as Ministry of Transport says it hasn't even started looking at Auckland light rail plans yet, and Cabinet seeks to fill gaping holes in working group report on moving the Ports of Auckland
15th Dec 19, 6:02am
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Reality bites the Government, as Ministry of Transport says it hasn't even started looking at Auckland light rail plans yet, and Cabinet seeks to fill gaping holes in working group report on moving the Ports of Auckland