00:53
People in Sweden have been scratching their heads over the US President's comments.

President Trump says suggestion of major Swedish incident was actually reference to Fox News TV show

Trump said "look what's happening last night in Sweden" as he alluded to past terror attacks in Europe.

00:30
The bomb exploded near Bogota's bullring were animal rights activists were congregating for a demonstration.

The moment a homemade bomb explodes in a sewer in Colombia, killing one, injuring 31

One dead, more than 30 injured in bomb blast at Colombia bullring

A map showing the location of a crash on SH1 south of Auckland

Long delays on SH1 after truck crash south of Auckland

Both lanes southbound on the Southern Motorway are currently blocked.

00:54
1 NEWS Political Reporter Katie Bradford explains what the deal, tipped to be announced today, could mean.

Election deal signed between Maori, Mana parties

The two parties will not stand candidates against each other in the upcoming election.

03:24
Despite the problems being faced by some New Zealanders, lowering the price on tampons and pads isn't on the government's radar.

NZ drug-buying agency Pharmac considering funding pads and tampons

Kiwi girls have been forced to miss school as their families can't afford sanitary products.

00:24
The Black Caps captain was all smiles as he explained the awkward lead up to the strangest delivery of the first ODI against South Africa.

'It was quite effective!' Jokester Kane Williamson explains magic technique to double-bouncer ball

The Black Caps captain was all smiles as he explained the awkward lead up to the strangest delivery of the first ODI against South Africa.

00:31
The 26-year-old was badly hurt after being bitten in the leg while spear fishing on the Great Barrier Reef.

Queensland shark attack victim in critical condition after losing leg

A GoFundMe page has raised more than $20,000 to support the 26-year-old and his family.

00:35
Mike Pence was joined by his wife and daughter as they toured the site in Germany.

Video: Mike Pence lays wreath at Dachau concentration camp during sombre visit

The US vice president was accompanied by Abba Naor, a survivor of the camp.

New New Zealand 10 dollar and 5 dollar notes and coins.

Kiwi dollar falls amid 'crossfire' of support

The fall comes as investors weigh the competing forces of a robust local economy and optimism about the outlook for the US.

Johanna Klein, of Brookline, Mass., an internal medical doctor, center, holds a placard and chants during a demonstration by members of the scientific community, environmental advocates and supporters, Sunday, Feb. 19, 2017, in Boston. The scientists at the event said they want President Donald Trump's administration to recognize evidence of climate change and take action on various environmental issues. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)

Scientists hold rally in Boston to protest against Trump's 'anti-science rhetoric'

Hundreds of scientists have rallied together to protest against Trump's stance on climate change.

00:22
Somehow Lachy French was able to hold the quad bike-towed rope in one hand, and capture his awesome antics with a selfie stick with the other.

Video: Fun-loving Aussie larrikin wakeboards roadside puddles after torrential downpour

Who needs a lake when you've got 2km of flooded roadside and a quad bike?

00:33
A man captured the moment an erratic driver kills a woman when he drove on the wrong side of the road.

Video: Shocking scenes as erratic driver crosses onto wrong side of Aussie road, killing motorist

A man travelling behind the driver can be heard saying, "he needs to be stopped, he's going to kill someone".

00:59
Naoyuki Oi may not know much English, but his delight at reaching the World Pool Masters quarter-finals was apparent regardless.

Video: 'Congratulations me!' Kooky Japanese pool player gives downright bizarre winner's interview

Naoyuki Oi's joy at reaching the Pool Masters quarter-finals was apparent in any language.

00:26
After the launch from the Kennedy Space Centre, the rocket turned around and touched down at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.

Watch: SpaceX launches rocket from NASA's historic moon pad

Crowds watched eagerly as the unmanned Falcon 9 rocket took flight.

01:25
Professor Al Gillespie has just returned from the US where he got a taste of a nation under Trump's presidency.

'The levels of protest in San Francisco were unprecedented... everyone's angry'

Professor Al Gillespie has just returned from the US where he got a taste of a nation under Trump's presidency.

00:30
The bomb exploded near Bogota's bullring were animal rights activists were congregating for a demonstration.

One dead, more than 30 injured in bomb blast at Colombia bullring

Authorities have not given a motive for the attack.

00:33
The pilot was the only person aboard and is in hospital with undisclosed injuries.

Small plane crashes into New Jersey street, mangling power lines and damaging parked cars

The pilot was the only person aboard and is in hospital with undisclosed injuries.

He was an enforcer on the field and a much-loved character off the field - ARU chief executive Bill Pulver

'He was a big man with a soft heart' - Rugby community mourns loss of Wallabies' 'enforcer' Dan Vickerman

00:30
The Swedish striker continued his fine form of late with a composed finish against second-tier Blackburn after Jose Mourinho sent him out to get the win.

Watch: Superstar turns super sub as Zlatan Ibrahimovic leads Man United into FA Cup quarters with late winner off the bench

The Swedish striker continued his fine form of late with a composed finish against Blackburn.

00:38
The British musician is on a whirlwind press tour of Australia where he’s in hot demand for a selfie.

Concerns of a world war prompted Ed Sheeran into eyeing move to New Zealand

"No-one is going to be bothered to come that far to invade," the superstar said.

02:07

Should NZ have pavement lights to stop smartphone zombies from walking into traffic?

You're texting with your head down. So should you be warned you're in danger?

00:42
Dramatic video has been released of militant positions and vehicles being destroyed by Iraqi army helicopters.

Daunting urban terrain as Iraqis push into western Mosul

The UN estimates that some 750,000 civilians are still living in the city's west.

00:12
Emergency services were called to the scene around 8.30am

Delays after crash on Auckland's Southern Motorway

Emergency services were called to the scene around 6.45am.

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Watch: Wigan winger sends Sharks home empty-handed with sublime World Club Challenge performance

Joe Burgess starred for the Super League champions as they destroyed their NRL counterparts 22-6.

01:09
The Prime Minister is asked about NZ First's possible post-election role following the latest poll result.

'No' - Bill English stands firm on chances of a pre-election deal with Winston

The stance comes as new poll figures put English well ahead in the preferred Prime Minister stakes.

00:52
It's a time for containment along the perimeter of the giant Port Hills fire.

Fears predicted high temperatures could spark new Port Hills blaze

Hundreds are still unable to return to their homes after the the blaze that started last week.

00:24
Kim Jong-Nam died after apparently being poisoned at Kuala Lumpur Airport.

Four North Korean men wanted over death of Kim Jong-Un's half-brother

Kim Jong-Nam died after apparently being poisoned at Kuala Lumpur Airport.

00:29
Through the air or along the ground – poor Fulham just couldn’t stop the brilliance the London side displayed in their round of 16 clash.

Watch: Tottenham thread ball through faulty Fulham defence for three goals and ticket to FA Cup quarters

Through the air or along the ground – poor Fulham just couldn’t stop Spurs' brilliance.

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Video: Adele all smiles as she lands in Sydney with her young son ahead of sold out shows in Australia, NZ

The superstar will perform three sold out shows in Auckland. First up, Australia.

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