High Court judge Justice Muir says there's an "urgent need" to fix the ban.
Social media has gone wild over the proposed law.
"You could break the law without intending to."
A union says businesses need to be more flexible following COVID-19.
People also want more regulation.
The Financial Markets Authority claims that transactions worth almost $50 million failed to comply under the Anti-Money Laundering Act.
"Nobody wants to see this city run short on water."
Since news of the failure broke, other examples of mismanagement and claims of an overly relaxed quarantine regime have emerged.
The environmental group fears the Government has missed the mark.
It's now illegal to smoke or vape in a car with anyone under the age of 18.
But Labour's Willie Jackson says National did indeed introduce such laws.
"The Government's in a no-win situation," says Jane Kelsey.
The police's high tech crime unit handling the technology appears to have not sought the necessary clearance before trialling it.
The urgent Bill needs to become law by midnight on Wednesday.
A recently released prisoner's diary shows proof of lockdown hours.
The Epidemic Response Committee served up several spirited exchanges on Thursday.
The number is staggering.
He was caught on Department of Conservation land.
"They must be held accountable for their actions."
Law professor Alexander Gillespie says Government power will be different for quite some time.
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