There are currently 15 community cases of COVID-19, all linked to the Auckland February cluster.
National says people instructed to self-isolate should be paid their full wages so they're not tempted to go back to work.
A woman deemed a close contact after shopping at Kmart told Newshub she's heard nothing from officials.
Auckland moved out of lockdown back to alert level 1 just one week ago.
"Why isn't someone going round there and seeing them?"
"There is a new Aotearoa on the rise and it doesn't... look like National."
"There's only one person that reprimands me, and that's Natalie Bridges."
The head of the police says its list of known gang members is not a statistical measure.
"Can I answer your question?" the police commissioner at one point asked the MP.
ACT leader David Seymour says a better name for the legislation would be the Apartheid Bill.
Collins attracted criticism in October last year for telling media that obese people should "take some personal responsibility" for their weight.
That's despite what the Government has been telling us.
"I think there's some questions that need to be asked."
But an expert on Kiwi gangs has slammed the statistics she's using as "shonky".
Collins said "wokester" was not a term she would ever use or think of.
The woman will reportedly be released on Tuesday after 28 days in MIQ.
An alleged terrorist caught in Turkey was a dual citizen of NZ and Australia, but Australia quickly revoked her citizenship.
"I actually don't think we're in a dissimilar position."
"The Australians are going to play for keeps, and perhaps New Zealand should too."
The Government started offering "less invasive" saliva testing in January at quarantine facilities.
"The Government's shortcomings in the area have been shown up time and time again."
Ricardo Menéndez March could have been stuck in Mexico for months.
Ricardo Menéndez March argued that as an MP he's an essential worker.
Greens co-leader James Shaw revealed the CEO of MBIE called him to clarify the circumstances around his MIQ application.
Collins admits she led the party to a "big, fat stonking loss" at the election - but maintains her job is safe.
Simon Bridges last week opposed a ban over freedom of speech concerns - but Collins says the party is now for a ban.
Collins told The AM Show on Wednesday people shouldn't jump to conclusions about what Luxon knew.
"Well I used this thing called Google".
Judith Collins stands accused of undermining tikanga and not having cultural experience.
National leader Judith Collins was not given the right to speak because she's a woman.