Politics

00:51
The Republican presidential candidate reiterated that Mexico will pay for the wall during a speech in Arizona.

'Media natural' Trump to put skills to the ultimate test

A big question heading into the debate with Clinton is which Trump will turn up on stage.

00:20
Clark to face another secret ballot today in her campaign for the UN Secretary-General role.

'She's really up against it, it's tough' - John Key realistic about Helen Clark's bid for UN top job

Clark will face another secret ballot today in her UN Secretary-General campaign.

00:16
The former president was having trouble taking a selfie with some admirers so the current president stepped in.

Video: The moment Barack Obama helps George W Bush with a selfie

The former president was having trouble taking a selfie with some admirers so the current president stepped in.

00:55
Johnson says Russia could be guilty of a war crime if proven to be behind an attack on an aid convoy near Aleppo.

Russia guilty of making Syria war 'far more hideous' - UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson

Johnson says Russia could be guilty of a war crime if proven to be behind an aid convoy attack.

00:13
The prime minister says he won’t follow the "traditional" path of former prime ministers.

John Key: I won't take traditional role after being PM

Speaking to Q+A’s Corin Dann, Mr Key said being prime minister was his focus and he intended to win the next election.

02:08
Britain's Labour leader enjoyed a groundswell of support from party members when Owen Smith made a bid for leadership.

Jeremy Corbyn keeps his job after seeing off challenger

Britain's Labour leader enjoyed a groundswell of support from party members when Owen Smith made a bid for leadership.

00:35
Helen Clark says she has received support from a "great stadium of Kiwis".

Helen Clark: I'm not worried about Maori Party not supporting my UN bid

Helen Clark says she has received support from a "great stadium of Kiwis".

00:38
Around 12,000 people turned out for the anti-government protest in Warsaw.

Thousands march in latest anti-govt protest in Poland

People came from across Poland for the protest against the government.

00:55
Body language expert Suzanne Masefield says the Republican presidential candidate exudes power.

Trump's 'informal foreign advisor' investigated for Russia meetings

Carter Page previously worked in Moscow and now runs a company that specialises in dealing with the European powerhouse.

00:43
The US Secretary of State criticises Moscow over its accounts of the deadly bombing.

US and Russia poised for new battle over Syria

There was widespread disagreement between the US and Russia over how to proceed with Syria's cease-fire in shambles.

00:44
NZ Foreign Minister Murray McCully, who chaired the meeting, says the measures will affect high-risk countries.

Murray McCully chaired UN Security Council passes resolution for tighter global aviation security

The Foreign Minister signalled tighter security at airports won't mean more disruption.

02:15
John Key chaired a special Security Council meeting on Syria, calling for an open and honest discussion.

'My colleagues from Russia are in a parallel universe': Opinions divided over bloodshed in Syria

John Key chaired a special Security Council meeting on Syria, calling for an open and honest discussion.

00:28
Hopefully New Zealand's mayoral candidates don't copy the bad behaviour of these Georgian political wannabes.

Fists fly as Georgian political debate turns ugly on live TV

Hopefully New Zealand's mayoral candidates don't copy the bad behaviour of these Georgian political wannabes.

01:39
'Syria has become a byword for failure,' our PM tells the UN Security Council.

'John Key is right' - Aussie PM backs Key's 'fair' Syria condemnation

Malcolm Turnbull says the situation in Syria is complex, but the persistent warring has much to do with outside political powers.

The amnesty period has ended, and dog officers are being overwhelmed by thousands of illegal animals in the city.

Raft of stricter dog control measures in proposed new law

They will come alongside a new summer programme aimed at reducing the risk of dog attacks.

Raw: 'Why are you wearing a Pauline Hanson shirt?' Enraged Muslim launches tirade at off-guard Aussie for 'demonising Muslims'

Pauline Hanson's anti-Muslim rhetoric appears to be having an effect on the ground in Australia.

Video: 'In the name of love and peace, kia ora Aotearoa' – Kiwi MP departs for Gaza peace flotilla

"This is my role to uphold the Green Party's longstanding kaupapa for peace and justice," said Marama Davidson.

00:25
"If I had a bowl of Skittles and I told you just three would kill you, would you take a handful?" he tweeted.

Donald Trump Jr defends tweet comparing Syrian refugees to poisoned Skittles

Mr Trump Jr has been widely criticised for his posting this week.

02:05
It's all over the last minute cancellation of a special sitting of Parliament to pass five Treaty settlement bills.

Taxpayers to be hit after Treaty stoush between NZ First and Government

"I'll ensure they're looked after," insists Chris Finlayson.

03:46
The PM had the UN's powerful Security Council in his sights, saying it had failed to live up to its responsibilities.

John Key slams UN handling of Syria 'at the most serious crisis of our time'

The PM had the UN's powerful Security Council in his sights, saying it had failed to live up to its responsibilities.

00:27
The Legalise Cannabis Party devoured their baking in protest as Parliament’s security watched on.

Protesters munch on marijuana laced treats outside Parliament

In 26 years there has been a 70 per cent drop in cannabis possession charges.

00:57
The NZ First leader wasn’t backing down to Katie Bradford over his party's moves to halt the progression of five Treaty bills.

'Bickering! Excuse me!' – Winston Peters and ONE News reporter exchange frank views on Treaty stoush

The NZ First leader wasn't backing down to Katie Bradford over his party's moves to halt the progression of five Treaty bills.

00:41
The Minister of Treaty Negotiations wasn't happy at the NZ First leader's moves to stop the passing of five Treaty bills.

'He came to Parliament 40 years ago to goof around' – Finlayson slams Winston Peters over Treaty bill delay

The Minister wasn't happy at Peters' moves to stop the passing of five Treaty bills.

00:29
The former Conservative Party leader says MacGregor did take her top off but he kept his pants on.

Rachel MacGregor to blame for party's failure to hit 5% and get into Parliament, Conservative chairman tells court

High Court hears Colin Craig's press secretary is "partially" at fault for 2014 election result.

John Key scolds UN over Syria inaction, pushes Helen Clark for top spot

The PM has called for a top-level leadership meeting to address the situation in Syria.

00:41
The Minister of Treaty Negotiations wasn't happy at the NZ First leader's moves to stop the passing of five Treaty bills.

Insults fly over NZ First's stopping of the passing of five Treaty bills

Four hundred iwi members were due to travel to Wellington to attend the final readings.

00:39
The Prime Minister said New Zealand is trying to solve conflicts before they escalate, but is being rebuffed by other country's national interests.

Watch: John Key slams UN Security Council's 'exploitation' of veto powers during speech

The Prime Minister said New Zealand is trying to solve conflicts before they escalate, but is being rebuffed by other country's national interests.

Disbelief at taxpayers' $800,000 for Wairarapa water project

MPI stands by its decision and believes the recent study questioning the project is flawed.

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