Politics

02:10
Bannon was a key part of the President's inner circle and the winning campaign.

Trump fires yet another one of his top advisors, with right wing strategist Steve Bannon getting the chop

Bannon was a key part of the President's inner circle, helping him to win the campaign.

00:40
The US comedienne said it broke her heart to see "these evil forces" descend on the city.

'Nazis are always bad' - Tina Fey returns to Saturday Night Live to slam Trump over Charlottesville reaction

The US comedienne said it broke her heart to see "these evil forces" descend on the city.

00:30
Venezuela's opposition says 15 people were killed during voting and 120 have died during four months of protests.

Tensions escalate in Venezuela as pro-government assembly takes congress' powers

President Nicolas Maduro has moved swiftly to jail critics from within his leftist ranks.

02:02
The NZ First leader hit out at immigration, and the Government's record on housing, mental health and the economy.

New Zealand First sets $20 minimum wage goal if part of new government

Winston Peters says the pay rise would increase productivity and stimulate the economy.

01:47
Social Housing Minister Amy Adams announced the extension of the Crown Land Programme into Queenstown.

Government acquires surplus crown land to develop housing in Queenstown

Social Housing Minister Amy Adams hopes increasing the land available will help to re-balance the inflated market.

00:50
The PM says he's "very proud" of his Samoan family and the matai title he has in Samoa.

'Are you a chief?' Primary school kids enthralled as Bill English shares anecdote about his Samoan family

The PM says he's "very proud" of his Samoan family and the matai title he has in Samoa.

00:44
Jacinda Ardern won’t rule the Green Party out from being in Parliament following the election.

'We said they'd get the first call' – Labour standing beside Greens after shock poll

Ms Ardern says the Green Party will get the first call from them if Labour are elected into government.

02:31
The PM told media today there’s 'nothing new about a tight election'.

Watch: PM deflects questions over National's drop in latest bombshell 1 NEWS poll - 'nothing new about a tight election'

In the latest 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll, National slipped back three points to 44 per cent.

00:10
The One Nation party leader wore a burqa in parliament as part of a campaign against it.

'Burqa is not Australian' - Pauline Hanson stands by her burqa stunt following backlash

The One Nation party leader wore a burqa in parliament as part of a campaign against it.

00:50

Stakes increase for Nelson candidate after Green Party's shock poll plunge

Matt Lawrey is trying to take Nelson off National's Nick Smith.

03:09
All sides of the house came together so they could benefit from a coalition of closet cast-offs.

Kiwi politicians clean out their wardrobes for charity

All sides of the house came together so they could benefit from a coalition of closet cast-offs.

02:14
1 NEWS political editor Corin Dann runs us through the latest bombshell poll result.

'Huge' significance for Parliament's make-up if Greens fail to return after poll slump

The 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll puts the Greens below the 5 per cent threshold and political editor Corin Dann says the implications could be huge.

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02:14
1 NEWS political editor Corin Dann runs us through the latest bombshell poll result.

1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll: Greens plummet below five per cent, 'Jacinda effect' keeps Labour climbing

Result leaves Greens below five per cent threshold needed to return to Parliament. National are also down.

Watch: James Shaw appeals to voters after Greens' 'momentary lapse of reason'

The Greens leader took to Facebook saying the 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll result "is clearly not great news" for the party.

02:44
Our 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll shows the National and Labour leaders neck and neck.

Jacinda Ardern neck and neck with Bill English as poll puts PM contest on level playing field

The poll has the Labour and National leaders both on 30 per cent support.

01:17
Greens leader James Shaw told a crowd in Auckland the party still holds the same values.

John Armstrong: Greens in election no-man's land after Metiria Turei shambles

John Armstrong says the party could find itself shut out by Labour, and may have to talk to National.

05:50
1 NEWS Political Editor says the country has a 'sudden appetite for politics'.

Today's 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton Poll 'will be fascinating' – Politcal Editor Corin Dann

Dann told TVNZ's Breakfast today the two parties to "look out for" will be the Greens and New Zealand First.

Parliament sits for the last time before election

Parliament will be dissolved next Tuesday.

Temperatures cool on both sides of Tasman after extraordinary citizenship saga

Australia's politicians are turning their fire on each other over Barnaby Joyce.

04:49
Sir John was officially knighted today, the latest in a long list of achievements.

Mike Hosking and Toni Street speak to Sir John Key - 'Most people just call me John, which is cool'

Sir John was officially knighted today, the latest in a long list of achievements.

01:06
Bill English said the situation was serious for the Australian government as it has a one-seat majority.

Aussie Minister's heated reaction to Labour's citizenship involvement understandable - PM

Bill English said the situation was serious for the Australian government as it has a one-seat majority.

01:27
He said the current stadium was not worthy of Cantabrians or the Crusaders.

Winston Peters promises to back Christchurch stadium but it's got to be made of NZ wood

He said the current stadium is not worthy of Cantabrians or the Crusaders.

00:40
Jacinda Ardern said she is currently wedged between Ayers Rock and New Zealand over the issue.

Jacinda Ardern 'wedged between Ayers Rock and NZ' in Australian citizenship debacle

Australia's Foreign Minister said she would find it hard to work with a Labour government.

00:54
The former Prime Minister officially received his investiture at Government House in Auckland.

Watch: 'Time to really enjoy it' - Sir John Key says knighthood a tribute to his family's sacrifice

The former PM has been officially knighted in a ceremony at Government House.

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