The coronavirus pandemic has already cost 147 million people their jobs, a new study has found.
"We are already seeing a number of encouraging signs."
It's the most GDP has dropped in a single quarter since 1991.
"Once things start to deteriorate further we are going to see more job losses."
"Farmers will shudder at the document's multiple suggestions that the entire sector needs 'transformation'."
It places farmers, growers and fishers at the heart of the post-COVID-19 economic rebuild.
"Nothing Labour promises you this election will be delivered - except more tax for you to pay."
The interest-free scheme will now go until at least December 31.
The Prime Minister has outlined how she plans to get the country's economy back on track, post-COVID.
There are now more than 200,000 people receiving either Jobseeker Support or the COVID-19 unemployment payment.
Whoever's in charge after the September election is going to have to make some incredibly tough decisions.
The United States' ongoing struggle to curb COVID-19 is not doing the global economy any favours.
A new report has accused a forestry bill going through Parliament of increasing costs for the forestry business and reducing the value of the New Zealand economy.
We must tell people with temporary visas whether they get to stay - or have to go, writes Patrick Gower.
An anti-poverty group has welcomed the Greens' ambitious plan to reform the tax and welfare systems.
They're proposing every Kiwi has at least $325 a week to live on, paid for by the Govt if they can't earn it elsewhere.
Nearly half - 44 percent - of households suffered some kind of income loss over the lockdown.
"Loneliness and the negative impacts of social isolation have a huge impact on society."
Experts weigh-in on whether another cash rate drop is likely.
The recession we're heading into won't be the last we endure at the hands of COVID-19, Cameron Bagrie says.
There were two key demographics who back Muller more than most, however.
Wellington and Auckland have the best prospects for recovery.
What is the data saying?
"We are by no means out of the woods and the next few years are going to be tough."
A new underclass is emerging in New Zealand in the COVID-19 era - thousands of migrant workers stuck here with no work, no money and not a lot of support.
The environmental group fears the Government has missed the mark.
He says the prospect of Willie Jackson as Employment Minister for the next three years is "laughable".
"They're going to try to sneak everything through the door."
The jobs aren't glamorous but they're necessary, says Shane Jones. But will they appear?