Colin Craig to sue former Conservative Party chair and blogger Cameron Slater for $1.5m

Colin Craig is suing Jordan Williams, John Stringer and blogger Cameron Slater.

00:43

'Ditch second flag referendum if voters don't show' - Andrew Little

Little wants the second flag referendum ditched if fewer than half all voters turn out for the first referendum.

Flexible classroom hours, greater principal powers, considered by Government

Government wants to raise student achievement and is considering flexibility with opening hours.

04:39

Corrections' monitoring of Blessie's killer to be scrutinised in review

Murder victim's family say there was systematic failures in justice system.

00:15

Kiwi Special Olympics basketballers deliver stirring haka for teammate

This impromptu war dance in LA stole the show, after Stephen Moody's 100m freestyle medal.

ACC to refund more than $500K to motorists affected by overcharging gaffe

ACC has had to reclassify 115,000 cars as safer after Fair Go uncovered problems with a new system.

Kiwi scooter crash victim returns home from Thailand

Paul Lupi, known as PJ, is now in Christchurch Hospital and surrounded by family.

'A beautiful young man': Maori Party pays tribute to TVNZ reporter Anzac Pikia

The party's co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell emphasised Mr Pikia's commitment to Maori broadcasting.

00:43

Kiwis prefer Aussie national anthem, Labour leader Andrew Little claims

"They are sick of singing a dirge every time you turn up to a festive occasion," says Little.

04:35

Brodie: You cannot park on the footpath

Brodie Kane is bugged by drivers parking on footpaths.

00:13

Musclebound Brazilian stuns onlookers, lifts car from bike lane with bare hands

A random cyclist shows uncommon strength after finding his path blocked.

Jerry Collins' parents, sister fly to Canada for wife Alana's funeral

Jerry Collins' family want to celebrate the memory of the woman who captured Jerry's heart.

00:11

Mall management knew deadly Chinese escalator was broken but didn't act

More revelations emerge about who's to blame for a woman being fatally sucked into a Chinese elevator.

Christchurch ram-raiders on loose after crashing into cop car

Two arrests but others still at-large after after early morning Christchurch ram-raid .

More interest cuts coming from Central Bank - but no big moves just yet

The Reserve Bank governor has signalled in a speech today that more interest rate cuts are on the way.

Cathay Pacific fined for letting passenger with 'alert' record to fly to NZ

Cathay Pacific failed to provide Immigration NZ with any information on the Bahraini passenger.

02:55

The haka heard around the globe - incredible tribute to late teacher touches hearts of millions

Around 1700 students performed the haka for long-serving teacher Dawson Tamatea.

00:21

‘You scared the s***out of me’ – reporter gets spooked during live cross

A reporter for LA based showed KTLA 5 Morning News got a bit of a fright when this happened.

00:19

Australia must execute at Lord's 'to have sex' - Michael Clarke latest blooper

Australia Test captain Michael Clarke was once again caught in the sex-success mix-up during a press conference.

We did the very best we could with the tools available to us - Jeanette Burns of the Department of Corrections

Corrections' monitoring of Blessie's killer to be scrutinised in review

Josie Noble lands New Zealand's first gold at Special Olympics

It has been a golden day in the pool with Special Olympics athlete Josie Noble.

I relied on the expertise of my local professional guides to ensure a legal hunt - Walter Palmer

'I had no idea' - US dentist regrets brutal killing of famed lion Cecil

00:42

Raids on Head Hunters 'won't interrupt the supply of meth' - criminologist

Greg Newbold says more than half of those involved in manufacturing P "aren't gang members at all".

Former All Black Zac Guildford to sign with Waratahs

Kiwi coach Daryl Gibson wants Guildford as a 'marquee signing'.

00:38

Volcano bursts into life with large spurt of ash and steam

The volcano in Mexico released plumes of smoke between 1.5 and 2km high.

Christchurch ram raids: Accused named, appears in court

Two cars were involved in ram raiding three stores in the city overnight.

00:34

World's oldest panda in captivity celebrates birthday in style

Jia Jia arrived at Hong Kong Ocean Park in 1999 together with male panda An An.

03:33

Mum of Blessie's murderer: Corrections stonewalled us

The mother of Tony Robertson has spoken to ONE News about her son, who raped and murdered Blessie Gotingco.

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