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04:29
The bed manufacturer is taking its entire operation to the little settlement of Ohinewai.

Sleepyhead moving factory from Auckland to Waikato, plans $1 billion town for staff

The project will create 1500 new jobs at at the bed company alone.

 American aviatrix Amelia Earhart poses with flowers as she arrives in Southampton, England.

National Geographic aims to solve Amelia Earhart mystery

A National Geographic expedition will join the man who found the Titanic in a search mission next month.

01:45
Having helped the Silver Ferns' World Cup warm-up, new male players are taking up netball.

'I thought I'd give it a go' - male netball on the rise in Christchurch

The men's game has increased in popularity, with flow-on effects seen in Canterbury.

01:42
He met with Associate Transport Minister Julie-Anne Genter at Parliament.

Greg Murphy urges Government to focus on driver training in road safety strategy

He met with Associate Transport Minister Julie Anne Genter at Parliament.

Government interference in Ihumātao land dispute could undermine local iwi - Ardern

The site is set to be developed by Fletcher Building, however tension between police and protestors has ramped up.

Two people die after eating listeria contaminated smoked salmon in Australia

Tasmania's Primary Industries Minister said salmon products from the state were believed to be behind the cases.

01:49
Six-year-old Sienna Boggi’s bedroom was left wrecked.

Girl, 6, thanks rescuers for much loved rag doll retrieved after Christchurch house explosion

"She goes everywhere with me because she's special," Sienna Boggi says.

03:27
A peaceful protest at the site of a new housing development in South Auckland has escalated.

Protestors block Wellington intersection, march to Parliament over Ihumātao housing development

A peaceful protest at the site of a new housing development in South Auckland has escalated.

05:00
1 NEWS’ Pacific correspondent Barbara Dreaver has a round-up of news from the region.

Pacific Update: Glow in the dark turtles, Tonga's meth epidemic and music legend dies

1 NEWS’ Pacific correspondent Barbara Dreaver has a round-up of news from the region.

00:43
The 32-year old has been named on the bench to face the All Blacks.

Springboks' Francois Steyn can still kick 60m goals, warns Handre Pollard

The 32-year old has been named on the bench to face the All Blacks.

Marlon Drake says flat viewings are now attracting hundreds of students, with landlords taking advantage of the demand.

Law for prosecuting landlords that rent out unsuitable properties strengthened

Associate Housing Minister Kris Faafoi says the changes would help "ensure tenants have the right information".

Woman jailed for killing abusive partner granted parole

Jacqueline Wihongi, 42, was jailed 12 years for the murder of her partner of 17 years Vivian Hirini.

South Africa's Willie le Roux celebrates the final whistle as Springboks celebrate their 36-34 win over the All Blacks

Springboks unleash strongest team to face All Blacks in Wellington

Coach Rassie Erasmus is bringing back his big guns for Saturday night.

Measles alert follows Basketball New Zealand Under 15 Nationals

A participant took part in the Mount Maunganui tournament while unknowingly infectious with measles.

00:47
A return to the old domestic structure could be seen again, says Jennie Wyllie.

Trans-Tasman netball league 'on the table' hints Netball NZ boss

A return to the old domestic structure could be seen again, says Jennie Wyllie.

Man who died of suspected suicide in Wellington mental health unit was 'jovial' before death

The coronial inquest into the death of Sam Fischer has heard evidence today from several nurses.

Man, 51, charged with murder of 16-month-old boy in Auckland

Police launched a homicide investigation into the death of Malcolm Robert Bell last month.

Scotland will introduce the measure today, which makes it illegal to sell alcohol below certain price points, to help combat problem drinking.

Auckland alcohol-licenced premises' fail 'basic requirements' as operation finds 31% sell to minors

The inability to calculate a minor’s correct age and having poor vision are some of the reasons given by people that sold alcohol to minors.

01:04
Hear what Mr Bridges and other New Zealand MPs say about Britain’s incoming Prime Minister.

Boris Johnson is 'buffoon-like, very impressive, right man for the times in Britain' - Simon Bridges

Meanwhile Winston Peters described Mr Johnson as "not crushingly boring".

01:46
The World Cup winning coach came off-contract after the World Cup win.

Netball New Zealand confident Noeline Taurua will stay involved with game in Aotearoa

The World Cup winning Silver Ferns coach is yet to re-commit with the sporting body.

00:29
Three police officers tackled the man to the ground in a farm field.

Man waving tino rangatiratanga flag arrested at Auckland Ihumātao protest

Three police officers tackled the man to the ground as other protestors watched on.

01:28
With the Olympics one year away, Liti is looking to add to his Commonwealth Games gold.

'The build-up has started' – weightlifter David Liti has eyes on Tokyo 2020

With the Olympics one year away, Liti is looking to add to his Commonwealth Games gold.

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Government's public relations teams rapidly expanding

Critics say the extra layers are hindering, not helping the public get accurate information.

00:33
Less than 12 months from Japan 2019, the All Blacks coach says all is good.

No added pressure on All Blacks after Silver Ferns, Black Caps success – Sam Whitelock

The veteran lock says the achievements of the two Kiwi teams are "pretty awesome".

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