05:18
"For everything that Uncle Paul was, he would not want everybody ruining their chance for a happy life because of him. He'd want us to keep going."

MH370: Kiwi nieces break silence 814 days after disappearance

"For everything that Uncle Paul was, he would not want everybody ruining their chance for a happy life because of him. He'd want us to keep going."

03:59
People power, mostly unpaid, is heavily relied on to run the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical.

Surprising the volunteers working tirelessly for Auckland's Evita show

People power, mostly unpaid, is heavily relied on to run the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical.

02:04
Channel Nine completed its investigation into what happened, and the on-air apology said "serious errors" were made.

60 Minutes saga: 'Producer should take blame when things go wrong'

Channel Nine completed its investigation into what happened, and the on-air apology said "serious errors" were made.

00:14
Rob Kemp spotted the killer whales just beyond the breakers of Hawke's Bay.

'Yeyah!' Onlookers react as orcas swim just metres from Napier shore

Rob Kemp spotted the whales just beyond the breakers of Hawke's Bay.

00:47
Mike Hosking says an open letter from scientists calling to move the Olympics away from Zika threats is ridiculous.

'You don't just move the Olympics, it's not a dinner party'

Mike Hosking says an open letter from scientists calling to move the Olympics away from Zika threats is ridiculous.

Cindy Waldron

No sign of Kiwi woman taken by croc in Queensland

Police say the woman was from New South Wales and was visiting friends.

01:48
One-year-old Zuri is being trucked from Auckland to Wellington Zoo - but there has already been one minor hiccup.

Young giraffe's journey proving to be a logistical challenge

One-year-old Zuri is being trucked from Auckland to Wellington Zoo - but there has already been one minor hiccup.

She tried to grab her and drag her to safety and she just wasn't able to do that - Senior Constable Russell Parker

No sign of Kiwi woman taken by croc in Queensland

03:12
The Seven Sharp reporter and his wife Rachel have a warning about a common condition that can kill.

Tim Wilson learns lesson after son suffers febrile seizure: 'Don't put anything in their mouth'

The Seven Sharp reporter and his wife Rachel have a warning about a common condition that can kill.

02:07
People are questioning Cincinnati Zoo's decision to shoot the endangered silverback instead of using a tranquiliser.

Was the silverback protecting the child?

People are questioning Cincinnati Zoo's decision to shoot the endangered silverback instead of using a tranquiliser.

00:53
Cheerful ABs recruits Damian McKenzie and Elliot Dixon reaped the rewards of playing outstanding footy for their Super Rugby teams.

Rookies enjoy perks of new All Blacks status, receiving their new kits

ABs recruits McKenzie, Dixon and Ardie Savea reaped the rewards of playing outstanding footy for their Super Rugby teams.

02:04
Mike Nesbitt has a special connection to the lost submarine and had researched its location.

'Great closure' for Auckland family as WWII sub found on sea floor

Mike Nesbitt's grandfather was onboard the sub believed to have been discovered in the Mediterranean.

01:57
The medical marijuana product is approved for use, but Warren Edney's case is apparently not severe enough for full Pharmac funding.

The medical marijuana product is approved for use, but Warren Edney's case is apparently not severe enough for full Pharmac funding.

Chronic pain sufferer says $1200-per-month price for Sativex too high

03:57
A joint ONE News investigation has pieced together a link between a disgraced former politician and a Kiwi law firm.

Panama Papers: Brazil figure compared with treacherous House of Cards character

The Panama Papers have revealed Eduardo Cunha's use of a New Zealand company to hide his wealth in a Swiss bank account.

01:08
Prime Minister John Key said there is enough free information for Foreign Affairs to know which US ships are nuclear.

Will the Government rely on Google to maintain NZ's nuclear-free law?

Prime Minister John Key says the nuclear-armed Chinese Navy has also been invited to send a ship to New Zealand later this year.

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00:28
This is how the Paikakariki flat looked after flooding - and this time Haley Gray has actually had to evacuate.

Solo mum homeless awaiting flood repairs, blames landlord over 'damn shambles'

Haley Gray says she had to sleep in her car on Saturday night after torrential rain saw her rented Paekakariki flat flooded for the third time since she's been there.

Air NZ axes regional routes due to insufficient demand

Routes between Auckland and Whanganui, and Blenheim and Christchurch are affected.

British American Tobacco is considering legal action over Government’s plain packaging laws.

Exclusive: Government to unveil new cigarette packaging on World Smokefree Day

ONE News understands the packets will look very similar to those in Australia.

00:16
Jaxon Buell was given just days to live after being born with a rare neural-tube condition.

Amazing half a head baby defies the odds and is still alive

Jaxon Buell was given just days to live at birth due to a rare neural-tube condition.

A house appears to be on fire in Lyttelton.

Firefighters continue to battle blaze at Lyttelton house

The house fire could be seen as far as Diamond Harbour.

00:53
Warren Edney suffers from muscle spasms which leave him in crippling pain, and traditional painkillers don’t seem to work.

'How much pain do I need to be in?' MS sufferer pleads for funding of medical cannabis

Warren Edney can't afford the $1200 a month for Sativex and so is going without.

00:19
Four riders were lucky to escape with their lives after being engulfed by a fireball in Spain.

Petrol-fire inferno engulfs superbike riders after horror crash

Four riders were lucky to escape with their lives after being engulfed by a fireball in Spain.

00:20
Brendon Bonner is fuming after he posted this video of a group of cyclists on a residential street.

Fuming candidate blasts pack cyclists not using Wellington's $1.7m cycleway

Brendon Bonner says cyclists are "purposely avoiding" the cycleway.

There is a huge opportunity through social media to connect to the community - Inspector Sam Aberahama

'If I could go back and change something…': Gisborne girl's heartfelt drink-driving plea will make you cry

00:14
The Kiwi BMX rider won silver in the London Olympics but could possibly miss out this year at representing NZ.

Sarah Walker misses Rio chance, new Kiwi crowned BMX champion

Walker injured her shoulder in an accident yesterday and had her Olympic dreams shattered when she was unable to ride today.

02:18
ONE News can reveal the Civil Aviation Authority received a complaint about missing landing markers.

Fox Glacier helicopter company suspended over 'safety concerns' after fatal crash

Alpine Adventures helicopters have been grounded after seven people died in the glacier crash last November.

Weedkiller

Controversy brewing over use of glyphosate-based weed killers in Auckland parks

Over 100 people had made submissions to the council against the use of glyphosate.

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