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6th December, 19:35

Covid 19 Delta outbreak: Some pharmacies criticised for charging to print vaccine passes

By RNZ Rapid antigen testing is getting ready to roll out next week - but not all pharmacies will be providing it.Thousands of people have been accessing their vaccine passports through pharmacies in recent weeks, adding to...
6th December, 19:00

Todd McClay reacts after dramatic drop in National Party caucus list from sixth to unranked

Rotorua MP Todd McClay says he isn't bothered after he was announced as an unranked member of the National Party caucus.McClay was one of the biggest losers in the reshuffle announced today, falling 15 rankings from sixth. He's...
6th December, 18:07

Covid 19 Delta outbreak: Ashburton Mayor slams anti-vaccination abuse after bakery is forced to call police

By Adam Burns, Local Democracy Reporter Alleged cases of abuse directed at Ashburton business owners and staff due to Covid-19 restrictions have angered the region's mayor.Ashburton District Mayor Neil Brown has denounced the...
6th December, 18:00

Campaigners buy part of world-famous New Chum Beach for $2.15m

Campaigners are celebrating their latest victory in a long-running battle to preserve a world-famous Coromandel summer destination, with a public-backed charity buying the northern headland of New Chum Beach for $2.15m. The sale...
6th December, 17:44

Covid 19 Delta outbreak: Wairarapa DHB investigating claim large group of vaccination staff paid for big night out with Prezzy cards

Wairarapa DHB is making inquiries after an allegation that a large group of DHB vaccination workers used Prezzy cards to pay for a big night out at a popular Masterton eatery last weekend.The inquiry comes after a tipoff to the...
6th December, 17:00

Covid 19 Delta outbreak: 'National disgrace' - Govt Covid response panned at Waitangi Tribunal

Failing to prioritise Māori children in a vaccine rollout for those aged 5 to 11 could have deadly consequences, the Waitangi Tribunal has heard, especially in light of emerging information about Omicron's severe health effects...
6th December, 16:49

Housing bill to be watered down

Labour and National's landmark townhouse bill will be watered down again, reducing the maximum height of buildings at the section boundary, allowed under the bill.Initially, the bill allowed height to boundary ratios of 6m at the...
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