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NZ Football confirms convicted paedophile filmed kids for promotion work

NZ Football says the video production company it commissioned didn't tell them about the man's criminal history.

Floods in Japan leave some 20 dead, many in nursing homes

Large areas along the Kuma River were swallowed by floodwaters with many houses and vehicles submerged almost up to their roofs.

Police searching for convicted murderer 16-year-old Haami Hanara

Haami Hanara, 16, is considered dangerous and should not be approached, police said.

16:42

Exclusive: Kylee Guy seeks justice for murdered husband Scott Guy

Kylee Guy has made a plea for the public's help as she tries to find her husband's killer.

02:04

Good Sorts: A friendship born out of a shared love for darts

Keith Read befriended 15-year-old Andrew Sinclair at a competition.

02:19

Some Labour members take shots at coalition partner NZ First

Some are hoping New Zealand First don't make it back to Parliament after the elections.

02:14

New recruits learn to drive tractors after losing jobs in pandemic

More than 100 people are learning how to drive tractors in Otago, with skilled machinery workers in demand.

03:12

Jacinda Ardern wants to take charge of rebuild after managing health crisis as Labour launches election pitch

1 NEWS understands that Labour has got 7000 donations, including 4000 new donors, since lockdown.

02:03

Union says loophole means some early childhood teachers won't get pay rise

While the Government's cash injection has an intended use, it can technically be used for other areas of an early childhood education business.

Pulse thrash Magic to go further clear on top of ANZ Premiership

The reigning champions outclassed their opponents 51-30 in Auckland.

02:19

Public support legalising euthanasia, latest 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll shows

Sixty three per cent said yes, down two on our poll from February.

00:14

Sam Cane lucky to avoid card for late, high shot on TJ Perenara

The Chiefs captain was penalised for the hit on his All Blacks teammate.

00:15

Jordie Barrett nails penalty against Chiefs from nearly 60m

The Hurricanes' fullback showcased his colossal kicking range in Hamilton.

Hurricanes hold on with 14 men against Chiefs for their first Super Rugby Aotearoa victory

Even with a man sent off, the Hurricanes snatched a 25-18 victory in Hamilton.

00:56

Victoria's premier defends locking down Melbourne housing towers as Covid-19 cases climbs

Authorities warned the outbreak was unlikely to be contained soon.

03:50

President Trump takes aim at 'radical left' in impassioned 4th of July address

The US President is declaring to defend the American way of life.

00:48

Labour’s economic plan announced today is ‘just more KiwiBuild’ - National leader Todd Muller

The National leader criticised Labour's five-point plan to recovery after the Covid-19 downturn.

02:17

Rocket Lab's lost rocket won't impact business viability - CEO Peter Beck

"(It) hurts our pride more than anything," Mr Beck said.

Crusaders set sights on 'awesome' Blues in top of the table clash

The two unbeaten sides will square off in Christchurch next weekend.

00:30

Yankees pitcher hospitalised after horrifying hit to the head

Masahiro Tanaka copped a nasty line drive to the head in his team's practice.

00:46

Minister Woods says managed isolation facilities are robust after woman escapes from Auckland hotel

Megan Woods, who oversees the facilities, says there's a degree of individual responsibility involved.

00:33

Kanye West says he is running for US President

But it's unclear as to exactly how and when the rapper will run for presidency.

Three new Covid-19 cases announced in isolation

There was no live briefing this afternoon, with the news instead being announced in a statement at 1pm.

Woman who escaped managed isolation in Auckland could be charged

Five Police officers came into contact with the woman, and will self-isolate and be tested for Covid-19.

Blake Green 'irritated' by talk of no future at Warriors

Owner Mark Robinson declared that the 34-year-old won't be kept beyond 2020.

00:15

'Sometimes you shed tears' - Broncos skipper doesn't hide from emotion after defeat

Alex Glenn is wearing his heart on his sleeve after the 26-12 loss to the Warriors.

Fishing companies declare conditional support for cameras on boats

Moana, Sanford and Sealord said cameras would increase transparency and so should be installed.

00:25

Kiwi Marcus Armstrong produces stunning drive for second place on F2 debut

After qualifying 13th, Armstrong showed his class to get on the podium in Austria.

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