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Hansen says he’d want to stay on, but will leave for the good of the team.

'It's the right call' – Steve Hansen happy with decision to leave All Blacks

Hansen says he’d want to stay on, but will leave for the good of the team.

Mother of nine-month-old baby found dead on Surfers Paradise beach charged

The woman is due to appear in court today charged with failing to provide for a child, causing danger of death.

 Anthony Joshua punches Alexander Povetkin

'I want to fight the champion' - Anthony Joshua calls out Deontay Wilder

Joshua has proposed a heavyweight unification clash at Wembley on April 13.

01:21
Breakfast weather presenter Renee Wright has the latest update.

Severe thunderstorms could hit many parts of the country today as we count down to the weekend

Heavy downpours, hail, lightning and gusts of up to 80km/h could all be in the mix.

R&B superstar R Kelly announces one-off Auckland show

The singer will bring his The King of R&B show to Auckland's Trust Arena on Friday, February 15.

Strasbourg Christmas market attack suspect shot dead by police

More than 700 officers were deployed to find Cherif Chekatt

04:25
Professor Roger Mulder from University of Otago says one on one therapy is not always an option.

Expert calls for rethink of traditional therapy as NZ faces severe shortage of mental health workers

"One on one therapy is not always feasible," says Professor Roger Mulder.

02:52
The All Blacks coach will leave his post after next year's World Cup in Japan.

'It's about the team first' - Steve Hansen to step down as All Blacks coach after 2019 Rugby World Cup

The 59-year-old started as an All Blacks assistant in 2004 and has been head coach for the past seven years.

04:20
1 NEWS’ Pacific Correspondent brings you the latest news from around the region.

Pacific Update with Barbara Dreaver: Meth epidemic sweeps Tonga, Fiji university students celebrate graduation

1 NEWS’ Pacific Correspondent brings you the latest news from around the region.

Head of delegation for rebel forces known as Houthis, Mohammed Amdusalem, right, and Yemen Foreign Minister Khaled al-Yaman, left, shake hands together with UN Secretary Geleral Antonio Guterres, during the Yemen peace talks closing press conference at the Johannesberg castle in Rimbo north of Stockholm, Sweden.

Yemen's warring sides agree on truce in key port city

The UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres welcomes the move saying it will improve the living conditions of millions of Yemenis.

Nehe Milner-Skudder scores a try.
Rugby Championship test match rugby union. New Zealand All Blacks v Argentina Los Pumas, Yarrow Stadium, New Plymouth. New Zealand. Saturday 9 September 2017. © Copyright photo: Andrew Cornaga / www.Photosport.nz

Nehe Milner-Skudder leaving All Blacks for French giants Toulon

The 13-Test winger has penned a three-year deal with Toulon, and will join ahead of the 2019 season.

The trip to Ireland is the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s first trip abroad as a married couple.

Wrapping up the trends of 2018: What Kiwis searched for online this year

With 2018 almost done and dusted, it's time to reflect on everything that brought us together this year.

04:22
The Finance Minister joined Breakfast to talk about the Half Year Economic and Fiscal Update.

Budget will 'make sure everybody benefits' from economic growth, Finance Minister pledges

Grant Robertson says the steady growth has allowed a new method for allocating money based on wellbeing.

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika during the Wallabies Captain's Run at Eden Park ahead of this weekend's Bledisloe Cup and Rugby Championship match in Auckland. Friday 14 August 2015. Copyright Photo: Andrew Cornaga / www.Photosport.nz

Michael Cheika's Wallabies' coaching job is safe for now - report

The Australian coach has been under fire having only won four of 13 Tests in 2018.

Silver Ferns captain Laura Langman (R blocks Australia's Liz Watson during the Constellation Cup Netball match between the Silver Ferns vs Australia at TSB arena in Wellington on Thursday the 18th of October 2018. Copyright Photo by Marty Melville / www.Photosport.nz

Silver Ferns return to world number two after Jamaica sweep England

Noeline Taurua's side are back to their spot as the second best side in world netball.

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Sarah Goss was thankful after her side took out team of the year.

NZ Rugby Awards dominance shows women's game on the rise, says Sevens captain

Sarah Goss was thankful after her side took out team of the year.

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All Black Richie Mo'unga during the training session at Trafalgar Park ahead of the Rugby Championship test match against Argentina. Trafalgar Park, Nelson, New Zealand. Tuesday 4 September 2018. ©Copyright Photo: Chris Symes / www.photosport.nz

'It's not the people’s choice' – Richie Mo'unga happy to wait in Beauden Barrett's shadow

Calls for Mo'unga’s All Blacks inclusion have grown louder in 2018.

01:04
David Clark made the major Government announcement today, December 13.

Addiction services back Government move on synthetic cannabis

Over the past year more than 50 people have died as a result of taking synthetic cannabis.

British Prime Minister Theresa May, left, speaks with Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel as she arrives for an EU summit at the Europa building in Brussels.

Theresa May seeks EU lifeline after surviving confidence vote

The EU is adamant there can be no substantive changes to the legally binding agreement.

01:05
Other schools in the area are also in lockdown.

Colorado's Columbine High School in lockdown

Other schools in the area are also in lockdown after reports of a suspicious person in the area.

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"Boris the Robot” was shown dancing to a pop song during a tech show in Yaroslavi.

'High-tech' robot dancing to pop song on Russian TV discovered to be man in suit

"Boris the Robot" was shown dancing to a pop song during a tech show in Yaroslavi.

NRL CEO Todd Greenberg during a press conference following the postponement of the ANZAC Test to Sunday 3rd May, Brisbane ,Australia on May 1, 2015. Copyright Photo: Patrick Hamilton/ www.Photosport.co.nz

NRL stars' bad behaviour 'damages everyone in the game' says CEO

Todd Greenberg is desperate for rugby league to clean up it's image after a string of incidents.

MSD's treatment 'didn’t make me feel human' says man in wheelchair left to live in car

The man, who was denied emergency accommodation, says the department left him to live like a dog.

Corey Harawira-Naera celebrates his try. Penrith Panthers v Vodafone Warriors. NRL Rugby League. Penrith Stadium, Sydney, Australia. 6th July 2018. Copyright Photo: David Neilson / www.photosport.nz

Wellington, Queensland, Perth mooted for possible new NRL sides

NRL CEO Todd Greenberg says that two new sides could be added to the competition.

03:03
Over the next 12 days, ACC will be releasing videos highlighting some of the more quirky injuries and accidents that seem to pop up every year.

ACC launch campaign to prevent 'silly season' accidents

There were more than 4000 Christmas Day ACC claims with common mishaps including wine corks in eyes and puppy scratches.

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