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02:41
Anna Smart says her instrument is a polarising one: "Some people say it sounds like dying cats".

Meet the teen bagpiper bucking stereotypes with her epic talent

Anna Smart says her instrument is a polarising one.

04:01
Chris Kanuta usually sits and waits in the car park, which breaks his family's heart.

From 240kgs to Rainbows End! Surprise for self-described 'big unit' after dropping weight with aqua aerobics

Chris Kanuta usually sits and waits in the car park, which breaks his family's heart.

05:11
Harold Gibbens was among the rescue response when the mine exploded on November 19, 2010 and wants to help recover the bodies.

'All it would take is two hours' - mine could be re-entered tomorrow says Pike rescue team member

Environment Minister Nick Smith still insists risk analysis shows it can't be done.

01:54
Political commentator Ryan Malone measures how Key made his mark on our political landscape.

Between John Key and Helen Clark 'they have built the trust factor back'

Political commentator Ryan Malone measures how Key made his mark.

01:35
Contractors have cleared half the slips but it's still a long time before SH1 into Kaikoura is ready for regular use.

Hopes of first vehicles on Kaikoura coastal road mid-month

NZTA hopes to restore controlled, single-lane access for residents.

00:23
The Ohau stream and waterfall is still there following the 7.8  magnitude quake, but as Jackson Lidgard's video shows, it has sustained damage.

Watch: Furry seal pups greet intrepid teen checking on condition of Kaikoura waterfall

Jackson Lidgard's video shows seals playing on the rocks at Ohau Point.

Around 700 ambulance workers are protesting today over pay and conditions.

Person found on road in Tasman, while car was partially submerged in nearby swamp

The person seemed "potentially unwell or injured", and has since been taken away by ambulance staff.

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03:47
Bill English, Jonathan Coleman and Judith Collins have all tossed their names in the hat.

The fight is on: English 'quietly confident' of being next Prime Minister, but decision is no sure thing

Judith Collins and Jonathan Coleman are determined to get past John Key's pick.

01:58
The Ministry of Social Development has pleaded guilty to five of eight safety failings, and two have been dropped.

Ministry convicted over employee safety following Ashburton WINZ double murder

No fine was imposed, however, as it involved a Government department.

00:52
The Google video shows how our biggest city’s growth compares to other major centres around the world.

Watch: Auckland's building growth charted from the air in remarkable 32-year timelapse video

The Google video shows how our biggest city’s growth compares to other major centres.

At least 13,000 salmon suffocated after burglars shut off water supply on West Coast farm

The burglars tampered with important machinery at the Paringa Salmon Farm.

British SAS veteran's medals 'of extreme sentimental and historic value' stolen from Auckland home

Police are appealing for help to reunite the veteran with his medals.

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Auckland school evacuated after jar of corrosive material explodes

Bromine is extremely corrosive and very toxic.

00:58
Shaun Cockley, Protranz Earth Moving operations manager, says seeing the containers gone is a real step in the right direction for the earthquake recovery.

Sumner road containers finally being removed nearly six years after quake

The containers have been used to protect the road from rockfall.

03:02
The details had been suppressed until now and according to the Human Rights Review report the breaches were "deliberate, egregious and repeated".

'Abuse of process' - judge tosses out Colin Craig's copyright claim over Two of Me poem

"There is only one of me, it’s true," read the poem's opening line.

00:46
Detective Senior Sergeant Glenn Baldwin says the long-term effects for a victim in a crime like this are ongoing and traumatic.

'Deplorable attack' on 91-year-old Auckland woman has police combing streets

"The long-term effects for a victim in a crime like this are traumatic."

02:30
Corin Dann, Katie Bradford and Andrea Vance discuss the candidates and wonder who is lining up for deputy.

1 NEWS political team debate National party's crazy day - 'Key and English didn't want this to happen'

Corin Dann, Katie Bradford and Andrea Vance discuss the candidates, and wonder who is lining up to be deputy.

00:53
Maia Harris put the BMW courtesy of charity Go Baby Go through its paces in Christchurch today.

Video: Christmas comes early for disabled Kiwi kids with gift of new wheels to foster independence

Go Baby Go cars will allow kids with disabilities to develop motor and social skills.

Fire engine crashes with car in Napier

No one was hurt in the collision.

Head Hunters

Christchurch gang members arrested for alleged meth supply

"Violent crimes are a feature of the methamphetamine supply chain," police say.

00:29
GNS’s Cameron Asher sent the drone up for a peak at two ruptured fault lines. They returned spectacular photos.

Video: GNS tech captures remarkable drone images of Kekerengu, Papatea fault damage from Kaikoura quake

Bent rail lines, landslides and an uplifted shoreline can all be seen from Cameron Asher's drone.

00:37
Jucy South Island Fleet Coordinator Tim Jones says 15 NZ companies are working together in getting the vehicles out.

Watch: '80 yesterday ..80 today' - Jucy, Avis (and others) working hand-in-hand to shift queues of stranded Kaikoura vehicles

Our top rental firms are showing the true Kiwi spirit, as stacks and stacks of stuck vehicles slowly get whittled down.

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