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Australian Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce has been forced to apologise live on air after saying people “aren’t dying” from Covid-19, despite record breaking death statistics. For much of the pandemic, Australia has been the envy of the rest of the world for how it kept Covid-19 at bay and fatalities low. But, while NSW and Victoria are likely …
 
You know the saying… never wake a sleeping dragon? Well it appears that we have - and the sleeping inflation dragon is well and truly awake. Later this week; we’ll get to see the latest update on the country’s financial data – and it’s expected to show inflation in 2021 ran at its highest level in over 30 years. The Consumers Price Index is expecte…
 
We're being urged to think of others - as we prepare our pantries and medicine cabinets for the months ahead. Supermarkets report pressure on products like toilet paper, following the confirmation the Omicron outbreak on Sunday. Food, groceries and medicines could also become harder to come by, as case numbers rise. Auckland City Missioner Helen Ro…
 
Prices are expected to rise for consumers as Omicron spreads. The latest Consumer Price Index is due out on Thursday morning. ANZ economist, Finn Robinson, told Roman Travers he thinks inflation will be between 5.5 and 6.5 percent for the year to December. He says Omicron will hit us in the pocket because a huge chunk of the workforce will probably…
 
The travel bubble between the Cook Islands and New Zealand will remain open despite our Omicron outbreak. The Cook Islands held an emergency cabinet meeting last night. There is a new restriction though - no unvaccinated people will be allowed entry from Thursday. Robert Skews, the managing director of the Turama Pacific Travel Group told Roman Tra…
 
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And so here we are; waking up in the glow of red lights across the whole country. What does this mean for most of us? Well affectively nothing really has changed apart from the inability to gather in mobs of more than 100 which will serve good purpose in trying to prevent the stupidity of the Brian Tamaki followers across the country’s main centres…
 
Australian Open quarter-finalist Denis Shapovalov is embracing being part of Canada’s tennis uprising as his strong – but complicated – start to the year continues. Shapovalov scored one of the best wins of his career on Sunday, ousting third-seeded German Alex Zverev in straight sets in a result with major Australian Open title ramifications. The …
 
It could be a crucial week for Boris Johnson in his battle to stay in power. The British Prime Minister has been under pressure for weeks over alleged summer garden parties and Christmas gatherings held in Downing Street when the rest of the country was under strict Covid-19 lockdowns. A report into the allegations, set to be released this week, co…
 
Chris Luxon says greater access to quicker Covid-19 tests and medicines that can treat the virus will be key to keeping goods flowing around the country. Supply chain issues are thought to be inevitable because around 350,000 workers may be isolating at one time. But the National Party leader says the Government needs to bring in more drugs that ar…
 
The move to Red has sparked a string of event cancellations. Both the New Zealand Masters Games in Dunedin and New Zealand Fashion Week in Auckland have been cancelled. Auckland's Splore Festival, Christchurch's Great Kiwi Beer Festival and Sculpture on the Peninsula, Dunedin's Craft Beer and Food Festival, and parts of Wellington's Lunar New Year …
 
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