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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. Photo / Mark Mitchell

It comes after four cases of community transmission.

National Party leader Judith Collins has been forced to abandon her Tauranga campaign for the time being. Photo / Mark Mitchell

National Party leader puts blame squarely in the lap of the Government, PM.

What can I do at alert levels 3 and 2? Your questions, answered.

What can you do for the next three days as restrictions return? Your questions, answered.

Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrive at the annual Endeavour Fund Awards in London. Photo / AP

Harry and Meghan’s departure was far more sombre from her side, according to a new book.

Professor Michael Baker Department of Public Health, University of Otago, Wellington. Photo / Fle

Experts warn there is likely other active cases of Covid-19 across Auckland.

Jacinda Ardern and Director General of Health Ashley Bloomfield. Photo / Supplied

World media has reacted to the unexpected news from New Zealand.

Aucklanders are being asked to not panic by Mayor Phil Goff. Photo / Sylvie Whinray

There are four new cases of Covid-19 in New Zealand. Auckland is again in lockdown.

New Lynn Countdown was overwhelmed by shoppers this evening. Photo / Zoe Holland

A line stretching 2km from the Countdown New Lynn store was seen.

Auckland roads were clogged this evening as motorways were closed for maintenance. Photo / Will Trafford

NZTA warned motorists of delays due to scheduled works.

Lotto winners are treated very well in the Lotto NZ head office. Photo / Michael Bradley

Having worked alongside some of our biggest Lotto winners, this is his advice for you.

The Principals' Federation is advising all schools in Auckland to close immediately. Photo / Getty Images

The Principals’ Federation is advising all schools in Auckland to close immediately.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern speaks to media during a post-cabinet press conference at Parliament. Photo / Getty Images

There are key lessons from New Zealand’s Covid-19 experience.

Director General of Health, Dr Ashley Bloomfield. Photo / Mark Mitchell

Kiwis have taken to Twitter to react to the news.

Hugo Reimer, William Florin, Edvin Johansson and Jeremia Magnusson chat outside a restaurant in July in Gotland, Sweden. Photo / Getty Images

Sweden has one of the highest global death rates. Yet it may be close to herd immunity.

Bloomfield said additional testing will be available around the country due to expected increase in demand. Photo / Sylvie Whinray

Many Kiwis concerned about Covid-19 symptoms after local transmission confirmed.

Russian President Vladimir Putin. Photo / AP

Putin says that a coronavirus vaccine developed in Russia has been registered for use.

Workers at countdown Quay Street closing the doors early after crowds overwhelmed the entrances with queues snaking around the building. Photo / Will Trafford

Countdown says there’s plenty of food and supplied for everyone.

Simon Cowell has had surgery after breaking his back. Photo / AP

The extent of Cowell’s back injuries has been revealed, according to reports.

The 60-odd page winners book has heaps of useful information. Photo / Supplied

What would you do with the winnings from the second-largest Powerball prize of all time?

President Donald Trump pauses while speaking at a news conference in the James Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House. Photo / AP

Trump has been mocked online over weird gaffe during media briefing.

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