Tom Brady has 'Deflategate' ban lifted

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has promised to appeal.

French investigators confirm wing part is from MH370

Investigators used maintenance records to match a serial number found on the wing part.

03:20

Will we finally learn the future of this Christchurch icon?

The government's appointing an independent consultant to negotiate plans for its recovery.

Brisbane miss NRL minor premiership after Storm loss

The night was meant to belong to 15-year veteran Justin Hodges who will retire at season's end.

01:07

Hungary opens door to trains for migrants, but only to camps

Police had hoped to entice many of the 3000 migrants camping outside Keleti to leave.

Kentucky clerk jailed for refusing to marry gay couples

Davis has refused to issue marriages licences for two months since the Supreme Court legalized gay marriage.

04:16

Taranaki lad enjoys birthday to remember with All Blacks stars

Beauden Barrett, Conrad Smith, and Waisake Naholo decided to spend the day wth 10-year-old Jake McLean.

00:16

Relative tried to sponsor young boy who drowned off Turkey

The woman's request to help her nephews was turned down by immigration officials.

NZ's highest profile murder trials cost taxpayers $15m

In figures released to ONE News more than $15 million worth of legal aid was approved for murder cases, including those for David Bain and Mark Lundy.

00:25

Patrick Osborne gives his try away to Rob Thompson in 50-point win

The Canterbury winger set up a brilliant solo try for himself but gave it to Thompson over the line.

01:18

Canterbury hit half-century to thrash Manawatu

Canterbury climb to the top of the Premiership table with big win.

01:02

Mike's view: Pictures change history. Syrian boy photo has changed conversation

One photo "is all that we can't articulate, in a single frame," says Mike Hosking.

00:49

Toni's view: The Syrian boy photo touched most Kiwis – we must do something

Toni says "desperate times call for desperate measures" and NZ must act now.

00:14

BREAKING: Desperate migrants fight to cram onto train going nowhere

The doors to one train at Budapest's Keleti Railway Station were opened tonight, and refugees flooded in. But the train wasn't going anywhere.

That little boy is the same age as my niece, the same age as your daughter - Brodie Kane

Brodie Kane: You might find it hard to look at, but it's time to stop looking away from the problem

00:21

Disorientated seal swims ashore, hangs out on Kohimarama Beach

A seal has made a rare appearance on one of inner-city Auckland’s most popular beaches.

01:56

'You go away with a warm feeling' - McCaw visits rugby's southern heartland

All Blacks fans young and old had the chance to meet their heroes today, before they depart for the World Cup.

Migrants burst through Budapest train gates after being blocked from travelling

Thousands have flooded into a railway station following a tense standoff with police.

02:17

Black and white flag would put NZ in 'select group' with 'ISIS and pirates' - expert

Questions are raised about the alternative designs for the NZ flag by the best flag experts in the world.

01:48

'Disgusted' Tongan student humiliated, sent from class for wearing cultural attire

Adrian Lynch feels totally disrespected by a teacher's actions and his training provider's response to his complaint.

00:35

'We wanted Dan Carter!' Richie McCaw apologises to Mataura kids for the 'disappointment'

All Blacks captain asked why he, and not Dan Carter, had come to visit a class of primary school children in Mataura.

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00:18

NZ's stance on refugees is 'indefensible' - Amnesty

The human rights group says NZ's behind on the issue and needs to double its intake of migrants.

Jury retires unable to decide fate of teen accused of murdering rugby league protege

A jury deciding the fate of Vincent Skeen has retired for the night, unable to reach a verdict.

00:16

Brodie Kane: You might find it hard to look at, but it's time to stop looking away from the problem

Brodie Kane has a simple message for John Key: "Open up your heart, and the taxpayers wallet. Because we should do more."

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