00:28
The violence erupted when police tried to clear illegal food stalls to set up for Lunar New Year.

Hong Kong police and rioters clash in vicious street battles

Lunar New Year celebrations descended into chaos, with dozens injured and more than 60 people arrested.

01:53
Paddon has mixed feelings about the race as it is the only WRC event to be held entirely on snow.

Melting Sweden track puts Hayden Paddon on level playing field with WRC's best

Hayden Paddon is heading into this week's Rally of Sweden with a new car and high hopes.

00:43
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders are the favourites for their parties.

It's a tight race as New Hampshire voters take to the polls to select US Presidential candidates

Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders are the current favourites.

05:26
Cindy Gallop is the founder of Make Love Not Porn.

'Average age a child is exposed to porn is eight' - Kiwi parents face tough sex talk

Make Love Not Porn founder Cindy Gallop says parents cannot begin talking about sex too early.

01:30
Anne Power was told last week she could keep four of her dogs, but SPCA CEO Andrea Midgen says the ruling was met with a staunch refusal.

'Long, arduous and costly' - SPCA's most challenging neglect case to date

Justice for animals after two year battle with serial animal offender.

Man burns to death outside Kensington Palace

The man found on fire outside the home of Prince William and Kate Middleton could not be saved.

Baby dies in 'tragic accident' in North-West Auckland

The one-year-old was found in unresponsive in a pond shortly after police were called to search for the missing baby.

Hamilton business Forlongs Furnishings.

Hundreds of potential job cuts as popular Hamilton business considers shutting up shop

Forlongs is considering closing its doors, which would have a "significant impact" on the local community.

02:14
Turkey is resisting calls to let in more refugees as the border remains closed and conditions worsen.

Concern’s growing for plight of Syrian refugees in freezing camps

Turkey is resisting calls to let in more refugees as the border remains closed and conditions worsen.

00:24
Several carriages were overturned after two trains reportedly collided.

Several dead, more than 100 injured in German train crash

Police say two trains were involved in the crash near Bad Aibling, in Bavaria.

01:59
Sexting is now the norm for up to 30 per cent of Kiwi youth, alarming an increasing number of parents.

Parents told to 'build relationship' with Kiwi teens sexting online

Online watchdog Netsafe handled 60 cases last year involving sexual messages or explicit photos.

05:26
Cindy Gallop is the founder of Make Love Not Porn.

Talking sex with your kids: 'You have to discuss porn'

Cindy Gallop warns Kiwi parents to not get embarrassed, and says kids need to be the source of correct information.

01:46
Morgan has offered to pay the difference to help buy the Abel Tasman beach.

'I'm paying a lot of money here, I want something for it' - Gareth Morgan

Morgan has offered to pay the difference to help buy the Abel Tasman beach.

04:33
Kat’s been told she has just weeks to live because of an aggressive form of melanoma.

Emotional surprise for terminally ill mum succumbing to aggressive melanoma

Kat's been told she has just weeks to live because of an aggressive form of melanoma.

01:42
The organiser of the Postiebike Adventure Ivan Fahey came up with the idea four years ago after seeing other intrepid tour overseas.

Biker gang cruising through Central Otago for cancer awareness

The week long tour has begun for these posties delivering their message on prostate cancer.

Ihaka Paul

Armed man gives himself up after standoff near Wairoa

Police say Ihaka Paul pulled a gun on a man and officers today.

01:57
The pop queen has copped a lot of criticism for the message about racial injustice in the US in her halftime show.

The pop queen has copped a lot of criticism for the message about racial injustice in the US in her halftime show.

Beyonce facing backlash for using Super Bowl stage to broadcast message of racial injustice

02:33
The dogs appeared anxious as they were being taken from Whangarei woman Anne Power’s property.

The dogs appeared anxious as they were being taken from Whangarei woman Anne Power's property.

SPCA seizes 45 dogs from serial animal hoarder's property in Northland raid

02:30
Dr Gerry McSweeny says the $2 million price tag for the piece of Abel Tasman National Park is too high.

Dr Gerry McSweeny says the $2 million price tag for the piece of Abel Tasman National Park is too high.

Is the Abel Tasman beach for sale even worth $2m? Conservationist calls out 'excessive' price

04:05
The ONE News team brings you the latest weather update.

Upcoming weather to be kind for those looking to head outdoors

The ONE News team brings you the latest weather update.

01:26
The swashbuckling batsman was at his blistering best during his last innings in New Zealand’s coloured clothing.

Opinion: Love him or hate him, NZ cricket won't be the same without Baz McCullum

Controversy was never far away from the Black Caps' departing skipper, writes Josh Reich.

00:14
Mischievous Warriors star Hurrell leaves one family member annoyed while on holiday in Tonga interrupting her sleep.

Warriors' Konrad Hurrell joins NRL All Stars in Australia despite visa issues

Highly publicised visa issues delay Hurrell's arrival in Australia by all of 18 hours.

02:05
Fishing industry representatives and other officials say the numbers are wrong.

New Zealand fishing catch 'significantly underestimated' - report

"The NZ public has been had, and a huge mirage has been produced which was maintained by a code of silence."

00:58
Anne Power wasn’t home in Whangarei when the SPCA seized 45 dogs from her property.

SPCA seizes 45 dogs from serial animal hoarder's property in Northland raid

Ann Power has a long history of animal abuse and neglect.

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01:58
Australia's cricketers and media have not gone quietly after last night's Chappell-Hadlee series loss.

'Cry babies that are always in Women's Weekly can't take their own medicine': John Morrison slams Australia

Australia's cricketers and media have not gone quietly after last night's Chappell-Hadlee loss.

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