New Zealand

01:47

Geyser bursts into life after 36 years

Experts hope the Papakura Geyser in Rotorua is a sign of things to come.

02:12

Government vague over refugee quota as pressure mounts to increase intake

The Government still won't confirm whether or not they'll increase quota despite UNHCR saying it will.

01:41

'It's going to make the other four look stupid' - flap over a wildcard flag entry

The 'Red Peak' design has thousands of likes on its Facebook page and two online petitions for it to be included.

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Government signs $70m Treaty settlement with Taranaki Iwi

The settlement also includes the vesting of 29 sites of cultural significance in Taranaki Iwi.

00:22

Shock as drunk teens pierce ear with nail gun

"They seem to have no idea how close the lad was to being killed," says one viewer of the video of the stunt in Hawke's Bay.

PM won't confirm reports New Zealand will take in 100 more Syrian refugees

The United Nation High Commissioner for Refugees made the announcement this morning.

01:47

Rotorua geyser bursts back into life after 36 years of inactivity

Two years ago the geyser started bubbling again, and this week she sprung back into life.

Hamilton blaze treated as suspicious

The blaze broke out in the early hours of this morning in Fairfield.

00:31

Taxpayers fork out $750K for Nicky Hager, Edward Snowden inspired artwork

Te Papa has purchased the four-piece art work created by Kiwi artist Simon Denny.

01:10

'A low point in NZ history': ONE News readers slam 'selfish' Kiwis over refugee stance

Breakfast presenter Rawdon Christie weighed into the debate yesterday morning.

Fishing's future charted in $5 million research project

The government is funding research into the impact of acidification of oceans caused by climate change on New Zealand's marine life.

01:02

'The first referendum doesn’t respect my ability to vote' - RSA president

Last night BJ Clark responded to comments about the flag debate by the Seven Sharp's Mike Hosking.

00:55

Weekend weather report: Winter's back for an encore

Dan Corbett is here with all you need to know about this weekend's weather.

01:01

Toni's View: 'I sit next to a proud dad'

Toni ponders what makes a good dad and looks to her co-host Mike for the answer.

02:22

Pressure mounts for NZ to accept more refugees

John Key has hinted that NZ could increase its refugee quota but he is not committing to any changes yet.

00:58

Mike's View: 'If you love being a dad, every day is dad's day'

With Father's Day on Sunday, Mike explains that he's "two sorts of dad".

Miraculous survival after car plunges down cliff

The car fell 100m down a cliff in the Central North Island this morning.

Former All Black found injured in UK

Terry Lineen disappeared form Heathrow airport but has been found and sent to hospital after possible hit and run.

03:36

Kaiapoi bouncing back, five years on from Canterbury Quake

Today marks the fifth anniversary of the 7.1 quake that struck the Canterbury region - so how is this small town faring?

01:34

Weekend weather report: Rug up, winter is returning to your area this weekend

This weekend will see a brief return to winter, as Dan Corbett explains in your latest weather forecast.

'It's time to step up': Young Nats pressure Government to increase refugee quota

Calls are now coming from within the National Party for the Government to make a decision.

Former Bridgecorp director Rod Petricevic to be released from prison

Petricevic will be released on Monday after an appeal to keep him in jail was declined.

00:51

Government 'will not support' Labour and Greens' refugee quota bill

The two opposition parties want to bring an extra 750 refugees to New Zealand this year.

Jury unable to reach verdict in murder trial

Luke Tipene died following a brawl outside a party in Auckland.

Tourists escape harm after bridge collapse

Four tourists have escaped serious injury after a bridge along Lake Waikaremoana Track collapsed.

Stay indoors: Heavy showers, strong winds to drench Auckland's weekend

Bad news people! Auckland can expect rain and strong winds for much of the weekend.

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00:23

Police advise against amateur traffic direction after video emerges of man in road

Police say the man had good intentions, but it's not the best idea.

Couple sent to jail for neglecting twins

A 37-year-old woman and a 35-year-old man have been sent to jail after their two baby twins were found with multiple fractures.

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