Some families impacted by this latest Delta outbreak have been given the all clear to leave quarantine.
They are being supported by Pasifika groups with temporary housing bridging a gap before they head home because others in their households are self-isolating.
Four families came out of quarantine today and our reporter Louise Ternouth and camera operator Marika Khabazi caught up with them.
One of New Zealand's most scenic spots is also one of the most remote, and vulnerable if it gets cut off.
Piopiotahi Milford Sound is preparing for how it would cope if it was left stranded in a disaster.
Our Otago-Southland reporter, Timothy Brown, is in Piopiotahi and has the story.
The walk of a lifetime has come to a shuddering halt for trampers stuck in the upper North Island's alert level 3 lockdowns.
About 650 people are registered to walk the entire Te Araroa Trail - which runs the length of New Zealand from Cape Reinga to Bluff - this season.
The mammoth 3000km route...
Iwi leaders in Tairawhiti Gisborne want assurances from the government that their region will be protected from Covid-19. The threat of Covid-19 is heightened in the country's region with the most youth and the highest percantage of Māori. Yesterday, one iwi leader asked Associate Minister of...