New Zealand

01:52
Three violent deaths in Waikato linked to gang crime, police say public not at risk.

Two men arrested in homicide investigation into McLaren Falls death of 'well-loved father'

Mitchell Curtis Rehua Paterson was found in the water at McLaren Falls, near Tauranga, on July 13.

$500 million Hawaiki Cable between NZ, Australia and US open to digital traffic

Started in 2016, the cable will provide faster internet for NZ consumers.

01:46
Wellington’s Tramways union says it’s protesting unlawful and dangerous shift schedules.

Dozens of Wellington bus drivers to strike as students head back to school

The Tramways union says it's protesting unlawful and dangerous shift schedules.

Dog sniffs out drugs hidden in socks mailed to prisoner

The drug detector dog at Manawatū prison sniffed out 11 grams of cannabis oil.

NZ Muslim community angry alt-right speakers given Kiwi working visas

Banned from an Auckland Council venue, Lauren Southern and Stefan Molyneux were yesterday given NZ visas.

16:20
Corin Dann speaks to marketing expert and Victoria University Associate Professor of Marketing Dan Laufer about crisis management.

Q+A Business Podcast: What to do when your competitor gets into trouble

Corin Dann speaks to marketing expert and Victoria University Associate Professor of Marketing Dan Laufer about crisis management.

02:58
Scientists are matching the flesh to the fruit’s skin, and increasing its nutritional value.

Meet the Kiwi scientists 'colouring in' fruit to help increase its nutritional value

Scientists are matching the flesh to the fruit’s skin, and the benefits could be huge.

04:33
Tyron Southward has mastered the art of taxidermy

Cool or creepy? Everything you never knew about bringing the dead back to life through art

After 25 years, Tyron Southward reckons he's mastered the art of taxidermy.

00:32
The crash occurred at the intersection of Gordonton Road and Thomas Road in Puketaha about 7.20pm.

One person dead, three injured after two car crash in Hamilton

One person died at the scene of the crash which occurred around 7.20pm.

Woman to spend 10 years in psychiatric hospital after stabbing, setting fire to sister

Boushra Rahman appeared at the High Court in Auckland today by audio-visual link.

01:40
All going to plan, bananas from the region could hit shelves in two years’ time.

Gisborne going bananas over new taxpayer-funded horticulture venture - 'Grow like topsy'

Locals have been growing bananas for decades, but now $100,000 in funding has been granted to turn it into big business.

01:08
The shining star of hip hop was brilliant on stage last night, except for one little thing.

Watch: Auckland, Australia? Kendrick Lamar commits cardinal sin during epic NZ gig

The shining star of hip hop was brilliant on stage last night, except for one little thing.

01:58
Advocacy groups say it’s exploitation, but some in the sector, including workers, say it’s not all about the money.

1 NEWS learns some disabled people being paid as little as 89 cents an hour to work in NZ - and it's legal

Hundreds of people are earning less than $5 an hour, but one employer says it's not just about the money for many of his staff.

Mount Maunganui Main Beach

Man arrested over aggravated burglary of Mt Maunganui home and police pursuit

Police have recovered the two vehicles involved in this morning's pursuit.

00:32
Despite this Iain Lees-Galloway agrees with the decision to grant the visa on free speech grounds.

Immigration Minister says views of far-right Canadian speakers are 'morally repugnant', as they're granted NZ work visas

Despite this Iain Lees-Galloway agrees with the decision to grant the visa on free speech grounds.

Corrections detector dog team 'sock' it to drug smugglers at Manawatu Prison

Zena the dog uncovered cannabis oil hidden in a pair of socks in a prisoner's incoming mail.

02:24
The nurses behind it, say the group gave nurses a freedom to talk about issues they faced without fear of repercussions.

1 NEWS Community: Anonymous Nurse Florence giving Kiwi nurses a voice - 'I've related to most of these stories, felt the pain in their words'

"Maybe this has galvanised them, hearing each other's stories and knowing they are not alone," say the nurses behind the Facebook group, New Zealand, please hear our voice.

Funeral of Kay Dah Ukay, 48, and his wife Mu Thu Pa.

More than 200 people turn out for funeral of husband and wife who drowned at Auckland's Muriwai Beach

The chapel in Henderson, where the funeral is being held, is standing room only.

Biao Zhang

Fears for Auckland man missing for a month

Biao Zhang, 29, has not been seen since June 21 and went missing from Grey Lynn, police say.

00:28
The man spoke to 1 NEWS today after the July 19 incident in Manurewa.

Watch: Neigbour describes hearing 'large bang' as man shot in south Auckland

The victim is in Middlemore Hospital after the Manurewa incident last night.

A road closure sign in front of a Police vehicle

Man dies in 'medical event' while driving in Wellington

Traffic was disrupted in between Ngauranga and Petone.

00:19
The fire at the scrap yard has caused a street to be closed and nearby businesses to be evacuated in Lower Hutt.

Lower Hutt recycling yard fire reportedly sparked by a lithium ion battery

The Scrap Metal Recycling Assoc warns with increasing tip fees, such objects will be slyly dumped at yards.

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