The coronavirus pandemic will turn global economic growth "sharply negative" in 2020.
Here's how Oxfam says it can be avoided.
There will be a new plan of action to give Kiwis more certainty after the public holiday.
"We need somebody who's able to tell us, 'This is what we're doing.'"
COVID-19 has hit the economy hard.
There's a desperate scramble to stop more major companies failing.
"Even as we get back to zero, life won't be the same for some considerable time."
In 16 days we are due to step down to alert level 3 - but only if we get this right now, says Duncan Garner.
Extraordinary times call for extraordinary measures, says Bagrie.
Business leaders have welcomed the Govt's move to cut struggling businesses some slack during the COVID-19 crisis.
The Forestry Minister is exploring law changes to help the industry, post-lockdown.
Trump says he has brokered a deal with top oil producers to cut output and arrest an oil price rout, sending crude prices up by 45 percent.
Some of New Zealand's biggest magazines will no longer be published.
Our children and grandchildren will pay for the decisions we make now, writes Phil Vine.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the publisher to shut up shop.
World markets have fallen as the coronavirus threat ensured an ugly start to the second quarter.
Cameron Bagrie says COVID-19 will result in "tectonic changes" to our economy.
He's also standing by the Government's decision to boost the minimum wage.
CEO Michael Anderson says it's doing everything it can to remain operational.
Shamubeel Eaqub fears the looming recession will be "expensive" and "intergenerational".
But after the worst of COVID-19 is over, he is promising a bold economic package.
The minimum wage is rising from $17.70 an hour to $18.90 from Wednesday.
He says coronavirus is an opportunity to drop the "stupid ideas that dragged this country down".
The next generation are going to end up paying for this rainy day, says Cameron Bagrie.
Grant Robertson is clearing up what looked to be a gap in the support package.
She's calling on landlords to "pass on the compassion" to tenants.
"We're in such a predicament where we might not have enough food to get through."
If you've been having trouble getting connected to your work computer systems, you're not alone.
Shamubeel Eaqub says New Zealand's economy "is on ice" during the lockdown.
Kiwis are expected to stay home as much as possible - yet many can no longer afford to keep a roof over their head.