Auckland has moved back to level 3 lockdown.
The rest of the country has moved to alert level 2.
Here's the latest update from Georgia Forrester at Stuff:
* There was undisclosed contact between a family member of case M's and another family during alert level 3, PM Jacinda Ardern has confirmed on Monday.
* One new community case, already in quarantine, was announced on Sunday evening.
* The new confirmed case, Case O, is a household contact of cases I, J, K and L
* Huge queues built up at Auckland-Waikato border on Sunday evening.
* Auckland has moved to alert level 3 for at least seven days.
* The rest of the country has moved to alert level 2. A reminder of what the alert levels mean can be read here.
* Here are the locations of interest visited by infectious cases:
* Travel in and out Auckland is restricted.
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The Government has announced plans to get Auckland's light rail project back on track.
Transport Minister Michael Wood has revealed plans to set up a new working group to create a business case for the project.
It will have six months to provide the Government with information on a preferred route, along with costs and funding options for the rapid transit system from Auckland's CBD to the Auckland International Airport.
The working group will comprise representatives from the Ministry of Transport, Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency, Auckland Council, Auckland Transport and Maori, Wood said.
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People can pay tribute to the late Prince Philip in a series of condolence books launched by Auckland Council.
They can write messages of aroha to the Royal Family in tomes displayed at Auckland’s Town Hall from Tuesday and council service centres from Wednesday.
Condolence books will sit at centres in Graham St, central Auckland, 4 Osterley Way, Manukau, 9 The Strand, Takapuna, 6 Henderson Valley Rd, Henderson, 24 Wellesley St, central Auckland, 35 Coles Crescent, Papakua, 50 Centreway Rd, Orewa, and 296 Main Rd, Huapai.
Members of the public’s tributes will be collected at the end of business on April 23.
The council said flags were flown at half-mast on council buildings on Tuesday to honour the Duke of Edinburgh, who died at Windsor Castle, aged 99.
The banners will also fly at half-mast on Saturdayto mark the funeral of the husband of Queen Elizabeth II.
The funeral is set to take place at Windsor Castle. Only 30 people will be able to attend under the current coronavirus restrictions in England, but the slimmed-down service is scheduled to be broadcast live on television.
MPs from across Parliament have paid tribute to Philip, who died on Friday, New Zealand time.
Led by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, party leaders spoke of the Duke’s life spent serving the monarchy and the Commonwealth.
Ardern also expressed concern for the Queen, who had lost her husband of 73 years.
“No matter what your role, no matter what your responsibility, grief spares no one,” she said.
What are your memories of Prince Philip?