Business leaders have welcomed the Govt's move to cut struggling businesses some slack during the COVID-19 crisis.
Some Kiwis are ignoring instructions not to socialise with people outside of their immediate household.
She's calling on landlords to "pass on the compassion" to tenants.
They fear years of underinvestment could prove our undoing.
"New Zealand has taken on board that we need to go hard early."
Goff said while he'd like to "keep ahead of the curve", he won't make moves "based on random opinion".
The Ministry of Health insists doctors and nurses have enough gear to handle the extra demand.
Shops and bars might soon be forced to shut and some parts of the country made off-limits, health officials have warned.
He said the events were "unprecedented" and the police are looking at how they can improve.
Politicians have been put on notice not to be racist and bigoted this election year.
Health Minister David Clark says it's not yet time to enact such drastic measures.
DHBs are reportedly charging doctors for gear that would protect them against catching COVID-19.
Health officials said the moshpit wasn't "close" contact, bemusing rock fans.
"Everyone at the moment is piling on Jami-Lee Ross," the NZ First MP said.
He's dismissed criticism as conspiracy theories, but come up with one of his own.
The NZ First MP says too many people "from New Delhi" are being allowed to settle in New Zealand.
"I hate to tell you that is not new."
"We never said everything was going to be able to be done in one year."
"You may not be a minister or there may be other issues."
"An MP shouldn't be giving sanctuary to feminists to have their views expressed."
"It makes sense for him for me to win, it makes sense for me for me to win."
The National leader's easing up on one of the party's hardline welfare policies.
"We have a very clear cause-and-effect lever, and that's one within in our power."
A document said to be written by the German synagogue gunman has also been banned.
"We don't have time."
"It really came down to what our principles were."
If Mark Taylor tries to come home he'll be arrested at the border.
Hundreds of jobs could be on the line if no buyer is found.
He says if company directors did their accounts the way the Government does, they'd be in jail.
A spokesperson from the Muslim community has called it "exploitative and appalling