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Many are heading back to Europe.
The next few weeks will be pivotal.
Those attending emergencies need to stay protected against COVID-19.
"Some of them might be finding it a bit different without visitors around."
People want to be tested but are being told they don't fit the criteria.
here are fears the religious sect is continuing its mass gatherings.
Some people have taken the extreme step due to a shortage in supermarkets.
It is unclear at this stage who the person is who has the virus.
The Kiwi sporting organisation are expecting to be the next code to be hit financially.
CEO Kereyn Smith says it's ensuring they have all the support they need.
Many people are using the forum to acknowledge workers close to them.
Here's the latest information from the Ministry of Health.
Residents are concerned visiting boaties are flouting lockdown rules.
The Kiwi shot put great was inspired by Blackcaps' Kane Williamson's canine-based methods.
"You can't stop a car factory because of traffic deaths."
Grant Robertson is clearing up what looked to be a gap in the support package.
In just more than two months, he's fronted media at least 40 times.