All Blacks buzzing over ‘iconic, awesome’ St James’ Park

It is the magnificent home of Newcastle Utd – and the All Blacks are pumped about playing there.

Notorious career criminal wins appeal over ban to be interviewed on television

Arthur Taylor has more than 150 convictions and was refused permission for a TV interview.

'Like' this? Facebook testing out new emotion buttons

California-based social network is testing out buttons that represent the emotions of love, yay, ha ha, wow, angry and sad.


South Island fire hot spots dying down but firefighters continuing to take no chances

The calmer weather is welcome relief to fire crews who've been stretched to capacity this week.


Calls to 'Givealittle' to help family of Alex Fisher

People are being encouraged to help Alex's family "during this absolutely tragic time".

Man due in court after crash in West Auckland takes out five vehicles

The 22-year-old has been charged with dangerous driving and breach of bail.


'They're just beautiful people' - CrossFit classes growing for those with special needs

CrossFit fitness classes for a group of Auckland special needs students could be provided for adults with similar needs.

FIFA: Sepp Blatter, Michel Platini & Jerome Valcke suspended

The top officials' provisional 90-day ban comes into effect immediately.

Long battle to contain Victoria bushfire

Two homes, six sheds and two cars have been destroyed since the bushfire was started as a controlled burn.

Study shows alarming thyroid cancer rates in children living near Fukushima

"This is more than expected and emerging faster than expected," lead author Toshihide Tsuda said.


'Body of Alex Fisher removed from beach, homicide probe underway

Neighbours described him as a polite boy who always had a smile on his face.


'I've seen it all!' Jimmy Cowan creates freakish try with ruck drop kick

Many would've thought the Tasman halfback was crazy trying a drop goal from the ruck, but Liam Squire didn't complain when he went over the try-line soon after.


Tasman outclass Taranaki in New Plymouth

Tasman threaten to take a home semifinal away from Auckland with a big win over the defending champions.

Cabbies charged over attacks on Queensland Uber drivers

The men allegedly punched the drivers, stole a phone and damaged cars before fleeing.


‘Crime stats are down, we should be praising our cops’

Police do stuff we wouldn’t even begin to contemplate, and since they’re winning, they deserve to be celebrated.


‘Bubble wrapping our kids is a bad idea - let them play in the rain’

Less than 15 per cent of us let our kids play in the rain, despite 94 per cent of parents saying they want their kids to play outside.


‘Don’t remind me’ – William Shatner recoils at the very mention of ‘Trekkies’

William Shatner shared a few stories before propositioning Toni live in the studio.


‘Do you mind me asking….?’ Robbie Williams flirts outrageously with reporter

ONE News Australia Correspondent Ruth Wynn-Williams heralded endless compliments from the UK popstar.


'Yes, you and I haven't, intertwined' – William Shatner flirts with Toni Street

Toni Street got an answer she was not ready for when she asked actor if there was anything he had not done yet.

Man suffers 'multiple blows to the head' in road rage incident

The man was seriously assaulted in a roadside attack in Nelson.


Lamb fostering farm showing kindness to woolly orphans

There was a time when orphaned or mis-parented lambs would be left in the fields to fend for themselves.


‘I want big dinosaur steps’ – Crossfit changing the lives of special needs children

With around 70 special needs children being pushed through a weekly programme at Les Mills, there’s talk of an adult programme too.


The farming family caring for 400 orphaned lambs

Matt Chisholm meets a farming family determined to do their bit to show that there’s much more to farming than bad news stories.


Relieved homeowners want to buy firefighter chopper pilots a drink

Homeowners are praising the efforts of firefighting crews as fires in the south die down, but warnings remain that fires could still re-ignite.


'Pink balls have proved challenging at night' - Black Caps coach Mike Hesson

Black Caps coach Mike Hesson speaks to ONE News reporter Kimberlee Downs in Hamilton.


'Everyone wants to drive at Bathurst': Kiwi rookies given shot at the big time

Michael Scott and Ryan Yardley given scholarship to compete for a Bathurst drive with Ford.


Hopes axed mine workers can get other work in the Huntly area

One worker told ONE News today that he blames “incompetence on the management side”.


Dangerous and drama-filled trip gives insight into life of Kiwi troops in Iraq

ONE News Political Editor Corin Dann was with John Key as he personally saw the conditions New Zealand troops are living in at Camp Taji.


Tonga's Defence rugby team wows RAF base with impromptu haka

The team performed their nation's 'Sipi Tau' on their arrival at RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire.


Heartbroken farmer says calves didn't stand a chance in raging inferno

"For a farmer it's like losing a child really...you look after every one,” Ryan Cockburn said

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