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    Southern leaders are pleading with locals to follow the lockdown rules and take the pandemic seriously
     3 April 2020
    Southern leaders are pleading with locals to follow the lockdown rules and take the pandemic seriously
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    Police are set to crack down on lockdown violations in Northland
    3 Apr: Police are set to crack down on lockdown violations in Northland... more
    UK doctor issues warning on UK testing after testing positive to coronavirus COVID-19, says 'everyone needs their own thermometer'
    3 Apr: Having just returned to work after spending time in isolation with coronavirus, a London-based cardiologist says the government has been too slow to react to the danger signs of the outbreak.... more
    Banks are experiencing a high volume of requests from Kiwis, about the mortgage holiday scheme
    2 Apr: Banks are experiencing a high volume of requests from Kiwis, about the mortgage holiday scheme... more
    Indonesia bans foreigners as study warns 240,000 could die from coronavirus
    2 Apr: Indonesian authorities are forcibly shutting down large gathering such as weddings as the country implements stricter coronavirus prevention measures, but the Government is being criticised for leaving its pandemic response too late.... more
    It could be a case of four plus four for golfers around the country
    2 Apr: It could be a case of four plus four for golfers around the country... more
    The worst time of the year for a shutdown
    2 Apr: The worst time of the year for a shutdown... more
    Please allow for upkeep on golf courses
    2 Apr: Please allow for upkeep on golf courses... more
    Four people have been arrested in the first week of lockdown in relation to breaching restrictions
    2 Apr: Four people have been arrested in the first week of lockdown in relation to breaching restrictions... more
    People are being urged to delete a phishing scam e-mail which directs recipients to a counterfeit website to renew their vehicle licence
    2 Apr: People are being urged to delete a phishing scam e-mail which directs recipients to a counterfeit website to renew their vehicle licence... more

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     Today's News

    Sailing:
    American Magic are in a race to complete their second boat ahead of next year's America's Cup 8:07

    Politics:
    Southern leaders are pleading with locals to follow the lockdown rules and take the pandemic seriously 7:57

    International:
    Skull of a toddler is the oldest known fossil of the earliest human, Homo erectus 7:57

    Law and Order:
    Cars are being locked out of Auckland's parks and beaches, to stop people leaving their neighbourhoods to have a break from the lockdown 7:57

    Politics:
    Police are set to crack down on lockdown violations in Northland 7:47

    Rugby League:
    English football faces another defining day as the professional game prepares to consider an indefinite suspension due to the coronavirus pandemic, while pressure builds on players to accept wage cuts 7:37

    Soccer:
    There may be hope for Liverpool football fans yet.. 7:27

    Business:
    More than 6.6 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week in the midst of Covid-19 7:17

    Motoring:
    New Zealand Supercars driver Andre Heimgartner will debut in the high-octane world of Formula One this weekend at Melbourne's Albert Park, well, almost 7:07

    Law and Order:
    Coronavirus update: Spain's death toll hits 10,000, Australia passes 5,000 confirmed cases, PM announces free child care 6:17

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