02:27
It's a labour of love for many parents, with NZ needing 100k coaches a year at least – and NZ Football is seeking out the country’s best coach.

Coaching kids' sports teams: It's time to recognise our unsung heroes

It's a labour of love for many parents, with NZ needing 100k coaches a year at least – and NZ Football is seeking out the country’s best coach.

02:45
Amy Maclaine is a shining beacon of style, who despite her profession, dons amazing vintage outfits with "lots of colour".

Meet the colourful auditor - who wears anything BUT corporate attire

Amy Maclaine is a shining beacon of style, who despite her profession, dons amazing vintage outfits with "lots of colour".

03:37
As much as we want our tourists to enjoy themselves, we also want them to be safe, so we went to check up on those taking them from one spot to another.

Blitz on tourist buses - are they operating by the book?

As much as we want our tourists to enjoy themselves, we also want them to be safe, so we went to check up on those taking them from one spot to another.

00:47
Toni Street wishes the Dark Horse actor a speedy recovery from a car crash, and fondly remembered interviewing him

'I was blown away by how natural, mature and down-to-earth James Rolleston was'

Toni Street wishes the Dark Horse actor a speedy recovery from a car crash, saying she fondly remembered interviewing him.

03:30
Hunter is NZ's best duck caller, and now he's sharing his "strange passion" with little mate Holly Irivine.

Fluent in fowl language: The duck caller and his protégé

Hunter is NZ's best duck caller, and now he's sharing his "strange passion" with little mate Holly Irivine.

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Woman trapped for 45mins after Waikato four vehicle crash

The woman sustained back, neck and shoulder injuries.

03:29
We bid farewell to a Fair Go stalwart – after eight years Gordon Harcourt is sadly moving on.

We bid farewell to a Fair Go stalwart – after eight years Gordon Harcourt is sadly moving on.

A look back: We bid farewell to Fair Go's Gordon Harcourt

06:12
Dale Scott was mystified when he was told he’d failed to pay his bills with Mercury Energy.

Identity thief leaves man confused over debt with Mercury Energy

Mercury Energy? He'd never signed on with them, let alone failed to pay $1500 in bills.

02:13
Our burgers have been sitting tight for six months, so we took a look to see what's going on between the buns.

Immortal burgers: Why don't fast food burgers rot?

Our burgers have been sitting tight for six months, so we took a look to see what's going on between the buns.

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ONE News Political Editor Corin Dann wins supreme journalism award

Corin won for his reporting on PM John Key's trip to China.

07:31
Daniel Nott was hit by a car and, eighteen months later, hit with a bill for damages.

Man hit by a car, then hit with bill years later over damages to said car

Daniel Nott didn't realise when he stepped out in front of a car that he'd still be paying for it five years later. Do we need insurance to cross the road?

01:49
Craig Kenton's 15 year collection of 300 classic 80’s portable music players are up for sale on TradeMe, with a starting price of $20,000.

Dunedin hoarder of boom boxes selling his incredible stash

Craig Kenton's 15 year collection of 300 classic 80’s portable music players are up for sale on TradeMe, with a starting price of $20,000.

01:44
More companies have gone into streamlining health and safety features such as picking up your arrival using  your phone and printing out your name tag ready to go when you arrive.

Vodafone using smartphones to create a cordless, paperless workplace

More companies have gone into streamlining health and safety.

02:49
Andrew Little says Labour is open to supporting the blueprint but feels more emphasis needs to be put on affordability.

Politicians appear ready to back Auckland Unitary Plan to boost housing

The Government is not yet commenting on the specifics, but Labour is dismayed the plan doesn't emphasise "affordable" housing.

00:23
2000-degree lava is filmed cascading down the rock south-eastern coastline of Hawaii’s biggest

Video: The moment 2000-degree molten lava spills into Pacific Ocean

The lava flow, which originates from Kilauea volcano's Pu'u O'o vent, made contact with the Pacific yesterday.

02:25
A new study has gone some way to dispelling fears that cloning could make animals age prematurely.

Famous cloned sheep Dolly's 'siblings' healthy at ripe old age of nine

Scientists had been worried that cloning could make animals age prematurely.

01:57
It used to be a matter of filling out a form - now it's a $4,000, 12-week course.

Largest NZ teachers union fighting for changes to expensive refresher course

Education Institute president, Louise Green, says the $4,000, 12-week course is over-priced and needs altering.

03:38
The ambitious Auckland Unitary Plan makes way for hundreds of thousands of new homes.

Large scale building of apartments in Auckland needed to satisfy proposed Unitary Plan

The ambitious Auckland Unitary Plan makes way for hundreds of thousands of new homes.

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00:23
Bill said that if his wife is elected as president, "your children and grandchildren will bless you forever".

'We have always been about tomorrow' - Bill Clinton's final passionate plea to elect Hillary

Bill said that if his wife is elected as president, "your children and grandchildren will bless you forever".

Helicopter rescues girl injured in fall down track

The Hamilton teen had sustained head and back injuries.

00:53
Rennie made it clear that if he was to stay in NZ he would like to stay at the Chiefs rather than being an assistant coach for the All Blacks.

'I don't see myself in an assistant role': Chiefs coach Dave Rennie

Rennie made it clear that if he was to stay in NZ he would like to stay at the Chiefs rather than being an assistant coach for the ABs.

00:27
Neighbours say they heard a large bang come from the Templeton property before smoke started escaping from the roof.

Firefighters scale roof of Canterbury home to battle blaze

Four people lived at the Templeton address but no one was home.

00:57
Nine News reporter Christine Ahern was shocked about the events that unravelled as her crew were walking along Copacabana Beach.

Aussie news crew attacked by transvestites at Rio's Copacabana Beach

"We walked by a group of transvestites, and one immediately went for my cameraman."

00:30
The former president's comments evoked a huge cheer from the crowd at the Democratic National Convention.

The former president's comments evoked a huge cheer from the crowd at the Democratic National Convention.

Bill Clinton draws his biggest applause with shoutout to Michelle Obama for her motherhood in office

Two arrested over alleged stabbing in Hamilton

Two men will appear in court, after a knife fight that left another man in hospital.

Qantas launches new Christchurch-Melbourne service

The flights will start just in time for Christmas.

Ten degrees warmer in the depths of NZ's winter? 'Yeah, we're pretty stoked'

Auckland, Northland, Hawke's Bay and even Canterbury hit 22 degrees this 'wintry' afternoon.

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