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Israel Adesanya returns to Fight Island octagon after title defence for 'reflection'

The champ had some time to himself in the spot where hours before he dominated Paulo Costa.

US Federal judge postpones Trump's ban on TikTok

Trump's administration order would have banned the popular video sharing app TikTok from USsmartphone app stores.

00:51

Donald Trump dubs report he paid no taxes in 10 of the past 15 years 'fake news'

The US president claimed he had paid his taxes, but gave no specific details.

Meet the candidates facing off on tonight's TVNZ's Young Voters Debate

The debate starts at 7.30pm - after the latest 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton Poll results are revealed.

Fears brain-eating microbe tainted water supply in Texas cities

Earlier this month, six-year-old Josh McIntyre died after contracting the microbe.

Ma'a Nonu returns to French club Toulon as 'medical joker'

The 38-year-old has been signed for the season to cover injuries suffered in Toulon's midfield.

Police considered charging organisers of Black Lives Matter marches in NZ

In the end, the police decided on an educational approach, rather than a punitive one.

00:48

Clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan forces leave 16 dead

The nations were clashing over the disputed separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh.

National promise tertiary providers $4K for each unemployed Kiwi that gets work

National leader Judith Collins said the policy "will get displaced Kiwis into jobs quickly".

Blanketing of snow causes transport disruption in parts of South Island

Snow's fallen to sea level in Dunedin and Invercargill ,while Queenstown Airport's closed.

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Full video: Judith Collins speaks from campaign trail in Nelson

The National Party leader is announcing a skills policy.

Some UK university students liken Covid-19 campus self-isolation to prison

Security guards at some are preventing young people from leaving their buildings.

00:30

'An absolute stud' - UFC boss hails Israel Adesanya as MMA's 'next big superstar'

Dana White was in awe of the "demolition" executed by Adesanya in his title defence against Paulo Costa.

00:26

Labour promises to negotiate extension of Tiwai Point smelter operations

Rio Tinto announced in July that they were planning to close the Bluff smelter, putting 1000 jobs at risk.

01:49

Mystery caller sought over New Zealand firefighter killed in NSW

Helicopter pilot Ian Pullen was hit crossing the road.

National promises 'zero suicides' strategy, Minister for Mental Health role

The party "will improve our mental health outcomes for generations to come,” mental health spokesperson Matt Doocey says.

Donald Trump paid no federal income taxes in 10 of the past 15 years - report

A lawyer for the Trump Organisation disputed the New York Times' claim.

Melbourne's nightly Covid-19 curfew ends

City dwellers have lived with the nightly curfew for eight weeks in an effort to bring the virus under control.

07:04

Labour failing tangata whenua as Treaty partners, says Māori Party co-leader

Debbie Ngarewa-Packer says Parliament needs "a tangata whenua voice ... holding other major parties to account."

04:42

Wallabies coach Dave Rennie short on sympathy for All Blacks' Christmas quarantine

But he says he's "sure the New Zealand Government will come in and help".

Talks underway for user pays managed isolation hotels for skilled workers

Auckland Tourism Events and Economic Development is in talks with government officials.

08:19

Issues that matter to Aotearoa's rangatahi in the spotlight in TVNZ's young voters' debate

Gia Hinemaea and Rahman Bashir talked about what they want to hear from tonight debate.

10:47

'Possible' Kiwis could travel to some Australian states by Christmas, Ardern says

Jacinda Ardern says she believes Australia is satisfied with how NZ's Covid-19 response is tracking.

00:18

Invercargill dusted by morning coating of spring snow

The snow at sea level is the lowest the white powder's fallen anywhere in the country this year.

01:08

Auckland Harbour Bridge could completely close today in high winds

If wind gusts exceed 80km/h some lanes, or even the whole bridge, could close.

Cannabis referendum: How much do we know about the drug's active ingredient?

When you consume cannabis, whether smoking, eating or drinking it, THC binds to receptors in your brain.

Morning Briefing Sept 28: Politicians talk up trans-Tasman bubble once again

Politicians revive the notion of a trans-Tasman travel bubble and National defends its budget.

Covid-19 delays leave hundreds with endometriosis in pain

The flow on effects of the chronic pain had cost some girls and women jobs and relationships.

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