The Mayor launched his bid for re-election by saying the solutions for the city's problems is going electric for public transport while also taking a swipe at his opposition.
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff aiming for the environmental vote as he takes swipe at John Tamihere
Sydney broadcaster Alan Jones has copped criticism from PM Scott Morrison over the statement.
Jacinda Ardern receives apology letter from Austalian broadcaster Alan Jones
Six hundred coordinators will start work next year at a cost of more than $200 million.
Schools angry they've missed out on long-awaited influx of learning support staff
Brian and Hannah Tamaki
Destiny Church's political party name, Coalition New Zealand, rejected by Electoral Commission
Jacinda Ardern brushes off ‘shove a sock down her throat’ comments from Aussie broadcaster
Ardern says she won't give Alan Jones' 'sock down throat' comments 'the light of day'
The actor and comedian joined Breakfast to discuss why it’s important to have your say.
Oscar Kightley urges New Zealanders to vote in local body elections - 'voting is a real privilege'
John Armstrong's opinion: Fledgling 'blue-green' party Sustainable New Zealand clever in theory, not so clever in practice
Ollie Langridge is demanding the Government declare a climate change emergency.
Students set to join climate change activist Ollie Langridge on his 100th day protesting outside Parliament
Visit to Ihumātao 'could detract from the process' of finding a solution, Ardern says
Brenton Tarrant sent seven letters from his Auckland jail cell, including one to a far-right supporter.
Top corrections official vows to start reviewing each letter to and from accused Christchurch terrorist
The 1 NEWS political reporters give a behind the scenes rundown of the biggest stories from Parliament this week.
Paula Bennett's naming as National campaign chair a 'logical move' - Inside Parliament
Pania Newton wants Jacinda Ardern to understand why the land means so much to the people defending it
Meet or we'll march: Petition launched calling on Jacinda Ardern to visit Ihumātao
Energy and Resources Minister Megan Woods
EQC vows to fix 'absolute nightmare' for some owners of Canterbury properties on-sold since earthquakes
The Trade Minister and the deputy National Party leader spoke about the current economic climate on Breakfast.
David Parker says looming global economic woes will hit NZ exports
Jacinda Ardern said the funding "gives assurances to our Pacific neighbours".
New Zealand giving $150 million to Pacific nations to bolster climate change resilience
Electric Vehicle in Park Charging station.
Government, private sector invests $16.5 million to boost electric vehicle usage
Christopher Luxon talks to TVNZ1’s Breakfast about his departure from the airline and what’s next.
'Who knows if he will?' Paula Bennett on whether she thinks Christopher Luxon will contest Upper Harbour seat for National
The Prime Minister said laws around prisoners’ rights to send mail will be looked at following the incident.
Letter sent by Christchurch terrorist attack accused 'should not have happened', Jacinda Ardern says
If he is released from prison, he won't be deported straight away.
Czech drug smuggler Karel Sroubek in front of parole board next month
Ms Bennett criticised the Government for shelving National’s Meth Action Plan when it came into power.
'Amateur hour' - Winston Peters ridicules Paula Bennett's new campaign chair role
Victims can take part in Royal Commission into state abuse without breaching Crown confidentiality causes
The National Party deputy leader said she wants to see the right checks in place and will be supporting David Seymour’s Bill.
Paula Bennett will run National's 2020 election campaign, not stand for Upper Harbour seat
The National Party Leader blames the suffering economy on a Government which doesn’t know how to manage it.
Talk of negative interest rates a 'slap in the face for savers, for retirees' – Simon Bridges
Jacinda Ardern.
Tackling climate change on the agenda as Jacinda Ardern visits Tuvalu
Our air force has spent billions on four of the planes to replace its ageing Orion fleet.
RNZAF gets sneak peek at US Poseidon aircraft ahead of receiving its own $2.3 billion fleet
The Strength in Work programme is to help young people with on-the-job training with employers.
Training scheme Mana in Mahi gets $49.9 million boost
Former All Black Keven Mealamu running for local board in South Auckland
The Statistics Minister says Stats NZ CEO Liz MacPherson, who is stepping down, did excellent job remediating the issues.
Stats Minister says no one told him Census 2018 was problem-riddled when he stepped into job
The Stats NZ chief executive stepped down after a damning independent review of the census.
Government's top statistician resigns in wake of Census 2018 debacle
Wellington council candidate part of global movement of young women 'standing up and stepping up'