Covid 19 Delta outbreak: International language sector says border reopening for students too late

By John Gerritsen of RNZ The Government’s decision to let vaccinated foreign students back into the country from April 30 has disappointed and frustrated some in the international education sector. They say April 30is two-to-three months after schools and universities

Covid 19 Delta outbreak: PM Jacinda Ardern fronts post-Cabinet update, outlines self-isolation travel trial; RSE bubble

Dr Ashley Bloomfield says the seven-day rolling average of Covid cases in NZ is now 15, compared with 17 last week and 19 the week before. “We are making progress. Many of our clusters are now considered to be contained,

Covid 19 Delta outbreak: Will Jacinda Ardern need to dampen vaccine demand, or has she locked in a deal?

The Government is finalising arrangements to provide additional supply of Pfizer vaccine doses,says Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. Negotiations had been taking place over the past two weeks. “We needed to obtain additional supplies.” There are 21 new community cases today,

Bill Gates says Jeffrey Epstein relationship was a huge mistake

In an interview on CNN this week, Bill Gates acknowledged that his relationship with disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein was “a huge mistake,” and he told the host, Anderson Cooper, that his divorce, which became final this week, was “definitely a