Media

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Newsroom is standing by its reporting on the former New Zealander of the Year, and questioning the method of the complaint.

Sir Ray Avery pursues media group over 'distressful' stories

The scientist and entrepreneur has laid a complaint against online news publication Newsroom.

Journalist reports own daughter's death in heart-breaking newscast

Angela Kennecke's daughter is among the 71,000 Americans who die from fentanyl overdoses each year.

CBS chief resigns amid new sexual misconduct allegations

Leslie Moonves acknowledged relations with three of the women but said they were consensual.

Simon Bridges on Clare Curran resignation: 'Let us see the Gmails'

The former Broadcasting Minister is accused of using her private account for government business.

00:37
The Opposition leader asked if emails from Clare Curran’s Gmail account on Ministerial business will still be released.

Clare Curran situation has 'done real damage' to Jacinda Ardern and Government's credibility - Simon Bridges

The National Party leaders says the Prime Minister should have acted more decisively earlier over the debacle.

Infowars host Alex Jones arrives at the Travis County Courthouse in Austin, Texas.

Twitter permanently bans Alex Jones and Infowars, citing 'abusive behaviour'

The right-wing star told a CNN reporter he looked "like a possum that crawled out of the rear end of a dead cow".

Clare Curran.

Jacinda Ardern says she won't sack Clare Curran over conducting Government business via private email

Ms Curran, The Broadcasting Minister, struggled to answer questions about the issue in the House on Wednesday.

03:53
The I NEWS Pacific correspondent was detained by police on Nauru on September 4 during the Pacific Island Forum.

Jacinda Ardern to ask questions about 1 NEWS Pacific correspondent Barbara Dreaver's detention in Nauru

The Prime Minister is arriving in Nauru today for the Pacific Islands' Forum.

01:28
Today is the last day of the famous fashion week.

Watch: NZ Fashion Week highlights next wave of talent

Today is the last day of the famous fashion week.

00:23
The President has accused Jeff Zucker’s company of hatred and extreme bias towards him.

Man threatens to kill employees at Boston Globe over press freedom campaign aimed at President Trump

Prosecutors say Robert Chain called journalists "the enemy of the people".

01:20
Presenter Hadyn Jones described Greg as a "wonderful colleague and friend".

'Do give someone you love a hug' - Pippa, Haydn Jones and the Fair Go team pay moving tribute to Greg Boyed

Presenter Hadyn Jones described Greg as a “wonderful colleague and friend”.

SKY TV viewers plunge, but CEO calls second half subscriber losses 'pleasing'

In addition to losing over 57,000 subscribers, SKY also announced a $240m net loss.

01:43
The Wellington station has been on air for 31 years, but a frequency dispute could see it disappear for good.

Oldest Māori radio station Te Upoko O Te Ika under closure threat amid dispute

The Wellington station has been on air for 31 years but the frequency has been reallocated in a treaty deal.

Strike planned at Māori TV after ire over non-union Christmas bonuses

E tū has accused the company of undermining the bargaining process with "seriously lacking" behaviour.

Last election, less than 63 per cent of enrolled voters under 25 actually cast a ballot.

Social media star Jamie Curry reveals identity of fiancee one month after coming out to fans

The 21-year-old was with her partner for seven months before popping the question.

07:44
Marae sat down and talked to the Once Were Warriors author.

'What have I got to say to my critics? Nothing' – author Alan Duff on tough upbringing, writing Once Were Warriors, and clashing with a cameraman

Mr Duff told TVNZ1's Marae that after writing Once Were Warriors, he woke up and told his wife "I think I've made history".

01:31
Grant Robertson overjoyed for Jacinda Ardern, Clarke Gayford and their baby girl

Watch: How the world's media reacted to news of Jacinda Ardern’s baby

It wasn't just the big media players of the Western world taking an interest.

Trump catches media off-guard with unexpected and shambolic news conference

Reporters shouted questions at the president for 20 minutes on the White House lawn.

01:49
Jacinda Ardern said New Zealanders "aren't really inclined to share a judgement on it, they just wish you well".

Jacinda Ardern's labour-inducing starter pack - Curries, curbs and pineapples

Prime Minister to do all the tricks to induce labour at once.

01:40
Ms. Arden, who is due to tomorrow, says she’s been warned of the sleep deprivation

Kiwi parents share top-baby-tips with ready-to-burst PM Jacinda Ardern

Ms. Arden, who is due to tomorrow, says she’s been warned of the sleep deprivation.

02:00
The New Zealand police have apologised to Dirty Politics author Nicky Hager from their 2014 investigation into the book and will pay damages and legal costs.

Nicky Hager receives apology from police and 'substantial damages' over Dirty Politics investigation

Mr Hager, a journalist, had his home raided in 2014 as part of the investigation.

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