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02:24
Kirsty Antunovich only works with animals - and says they're much more compliant than their owners.

Meet Auckland's animal photographer who far prefers snapping animals than humans

Kirsty Antunovich only works with animals and says they're more compliant than their owners.

02:32
13-year-old Myer has helped convince Countdown to go completely cage free by 2025 - but that's just the beginning.

Relentless teen on crusade for ALL Kiwi supermarkets to quit selling cage eggs

13-year-old Myer has helped convince Countdown to go completely cage free by 2025 - but that's just the beginning.

04:32
Meat is plentiful in NZ and has always been a big part of our culture, so could you give it up for the environment?

Son of Waikato farmer bucks family trend by stopping eating meat

Meat is plentiful in NZ and has always been a big part of our culture, so could you give it up for the environment?

Taxi ploughs into Christchurch house as driver apparently takes ill

Police believe the car was a taxi but don't know if anyone in the house was injured.

01:59
The company aims to breed cows with less nitrogen in their urine to reduce its impact on our waterways.

Hamilton company trying to green-ify cows by selective breeding

It's estimated that the new technique could help reduce leachates in our waterways by 20 per cent.

01:05
There will be strict rules around the accessibility of the product when it becomes legal in 2018.

Nicotine e-cigarettes 'just another ploy by tobacco companies' -Tariana Turia

The government announced today it is moving to legalise the products.

04:00
Can the Department of Corrections is able to adequately monitor the 221 offenders subjected to extended supervision orders?

Paedophile snapped sneaking pregnant teen into Auckland hostel remanded in custody

The 49-year-old featured in 1 NEWS' investigation last night.

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02:15
The fog that has caused flights at Wellington Airport to be suspended could linger, says Dan Corbett.

Air NZ suspends Wellington flights for rest of day as fog lingers, tomorrow not looking much better

'Cancelled' is repeated up and down the departures board at the airport, and the outlook from MetService is not encouraging.

01:11
The Bowen fire station officer says Cyclone Debbie is by far the worst cyclone he's been through.

Cyclone Debbie aftermath: Bowen waterfront road flooded, cars negotiate felled trees, houses roofless

1 NEWS Australia correspondent Kimberley Downs takes us to one of the worst-hit Queensland towns.

Veterinarian Ian Hughes

Community pitches in to help selfless Lower Hutt vet with terminal cancer

Ian Hughes has spent 34 years caring for sick, injured and neglected animals - often without payment - and now he needs help himself.

Man allegedly selling meth to support his addiction arrested in Cambridge

The man, 26, faces a range of charges including possession of methamphetamine for supply and possession of cannabis for supply.

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Cameron Vernon rescued nine people stuck in South Auckland floods after heavy downpour today.

Video: 'Don't worry guys the postie will still be on time' - legendary bloke rescues postman from raging Auckland floods

Auckland's had its wettest month on record, but it's not yet over as the city gets drenched today.

The 21-year-old Auckland woman has been missing since Friday morning.

Search for missing woman near Piha being scaled back

Police said there is no evidence to suggest she was the victim of foul play.

00:51
The former NZ prime minister has cemented a strong bond with a kiwi chick that hatched the wrong way around.

Kiwi chick hatches wrong way around, Rotorua staff save struggling hatchling just in time

Kiwis use their strong legs to push their way out of the egg, instead of coming out head first.

00:18
Taylor is charged with assaulting and killing the 15-month-old while living with Mikala Stokes.

Man accused of murdering Ihaka Stokes has 'lies on lies already in this case', court told

Murder accused Troy Taylor has taken to the stand for a second day in his trial in Christchurch.

01:54
The Government released a consultation paper and proposes they should be regulated like tabacco products.

Nicotine e-cigarettes to be legalised to help people quit smoking, the government says

The devices and the non-nicotine liquids are legal now. The nicotine liquid isn't.

02:01
A mother has called for greater security following the South Island incident.

Ashburton College rules out 'instant expulsion' after violent school attack, Youth Aid now investigating

Kaylee Evans, 14, is recovering from concussion after she was knocked unconscious in a vicious assault that was filmed and uploaded to social media.

'Whatever, just please wash your hands' - Dunedin theatre installs quirky inclusive signs

"The point was making it really obvious that there is a restroom for everybody."

Fog and mist bring crashes, traffic delays to Wellington

Police are urging motorists to drive carefully.

01:04
Playing golf with former US President Obama and pulling off the 'craziest' shaka photo of 2017 to name a few.

'Hashtag VoteKey 2044' - Max Key's trip to Parliament for 'Papa Key's' farewell might not have been his last

We won't know for 27 years if the former PM's son has tongue firmly in cheek in his vlog.

The Dunedin study followed the progress of a thousand children born in Dunedin in the early 70’s.

High lead levels leave Kiwi kids of the 70s and 80s with lower IQ - study

It's the latest finding from Dunedin's world-acclaimed Dunedin Longitudinal Study.

03:27
The towering 6.5m horn-to-hoof cow statue is the longheld dream of the late Laurie Maber, former Morrinsville mayor.

Late mayor leaves money in will to create MEGA COW to preside over NZ's cow capital

The towering 6.5m horn-to-hoof cow statue is the longheld dream of the late Laurie Maber, former Morrinsville mayor.

02:15
Students from three local schools created the unusual artwork – art of the land.

Nothing the matter with Matamata: 1300 kids create massive milk artwork as ode to their land

Students from three local schools created the unusual artwork – art of the land.

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