Politics

03:40
The British Prime Minister delivered a letter to Brussels, formally announcing the UK is leaving the EU.

Theresa May: 'This is an historic moment from which there can be no turning back'

The British Prime Minister delivered a letter to Brussels, formally announcing the UK is leaving the EU.

00:35
A day after being at loggerheads, Mr Spicer and April Ryan struck a more conciliatory tone.

'Why thank you Sean' – White House's Spicer and journalist in awkward passive-aggressive encounter

Mr Spicer and April Ryan struck a more conciliatory tone after earlier barbs.

Republicans have been forced to pull their bill to replace Obamacare after failing to get enough support.

President Trump puts anti-global warming projects on chopping block

The President is expected to sign an executive order today aimed to unravel Obama's plan to curb global warming.

'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.

00:22
Alexei Navalny organised anti-government protest that drew tens of thousands to streets across Russia.

Russia's opposition leader jailed over demonstrations described as 'a provocation and a lie'

Alexei Navalny organised anti-government protest that drew thousands to streets.

Simon Upton set to become Environment Commissioner

Upton is all but confirmed as the new Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment.

00:36
Premier Li Keqiang has arrived in New Zealand to hold talks over an upgrade to our free trade agreement.

Top level talks to focus on expanding trade between China and NZ

Prime Minister Bill English is about to hold formal talks with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.

00:36
Premier Li Keqiang has arrived in New Zealand to hold talks over an upgrade to our free trade agreement.

Watch: Chinese premier touches down in New Zealand

Premier Li Keqiang has arrived in New Zealand to hold talks over an upgrade to our free trade agreement.

02:21
Republicans have been forced to pull their bill to replace Obamacare after failing to get enough support.

Trump's proposed healthcare law overturned in 'humiliating' defeat

The bill was yanked off the floor when it became clear that it didn't have enough Republican support.

02:42
International wire transfers of $1,000 and domestic transactions greater than $10,000 will soon be reported to police.

Privacy concerns raised as government cracks down on money laundering

From November 1, banks need to hand over personal information to police for transfers exceeding $10,000 locally and $1,000 internationally.

Humiliation for Donald Trump as Obamacare replacement bill pulled

House Speaker Paul Ryan withdrew the legislation after Trump called him and asked him to halt debate without a vote.

Donald Trump in White House

Trump administration approves Keystone XL pipeline

Trump administration has reversed Obama's conclusion by issuing a permit to build and complete the $8 billion project.

02:21
Almost $100m has been poured into trade initiatives designed to boost New Zealand's trade deals and position.

Ninety million dollar injection to chase free trade deals with help from new posts in Sri Lanka, Ireland

The Government wants 90 per cent of NZ exports covered by free trade deals by 2030.

President Donald Trump meets with truckers and industry CEOs regarding healthcare, Thursday, March 23, 2017, in the Cabinet Room of the White House in Washington. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

White House, in gamble, demands make-or-break health vote

President Donald Trump is threatening to leave Obamacare in place and move on to other issues if a vote tonight fails.

The Labour leader says it would be better to have a General Election, than have a Mt Albert by-election.

Andrew Little apologises to hoteliers but row over Government contract will go to court

The Labour leader wrongly linked a donation to the National Party to the awarding of a Niue hotel contract.

01:16
"They are going to stick to that current frame work which has got New Zealand in a strong economic position," he said.

Labour-Greens working hard to prove to voters they won't 'ruin the economy'

Corin Dann says their new economic plan is simple, but important.

President Trump's communications may have been 'improperly distributed'

The chairman of the House intelligence committee made the claim today.

00:24
Health Minister Nick Smith says the business of bottling water makes up a tiny fraction of what NZ's water resources are used for.

John Armstrong: Water exports a lightning rod for voter dissatisfaction

"In one swoop, Smith managed to turn charging for water into the hottest of election issues."

01:57
English says there’s "there’s nothing new" reacting to comments by former Defence Minister Wayne Map.

Prime Minister concedes uncertainty now around civilian casualties in SAS raid

A book by Nicky Hager and Jon Stephenson alleges the SAS-led raid left six civilians dead.

02:28
The former prime minister admits, at the end of the day, it's unlikely he'll be remembered as a big reformer.

John Key signs off, admits he liked being liked: 'I liked that engagement with people'

The former prime minister admits, at the end of the day, it's unlikely he'll be remembered as a big reformer.

00:31
The former prime minister said his marriage had strengthened despite having "armed officers in the living room".

Watch: 'I love you, I thank you' - John Key's parting words in Parliament saved for wife Bronagh

The former prime minister said his time in Parliament has been "a privilege an honour and a blast".

Shores of Lake Te Anau offered up for oil and gas exploration

Energy Minister Judith Collins has announced the areas where oil companies will be allowed to prospect.

00:22
Labour's Maori seat MPs will stand in the electorates only and forgo their party's list.

Opinion: Labour's Maori seat MPs forgoing list spots could backfire as a move

The policy announced yesterday has risks, writes 1 NEWS Maori Affairs reporter Yvonne Tahana.

03:36
The author hits back at a Defence Force statement that "allegations of civilian casualties were unfounded".

'They have great integrity' - Bennett backs Defence Force after claims of civilian deaths in SAS operation

The Deputy PM says she takes the NZ Defence Force's word that no Afghan civilians were killed by elite Kiwi troops in 2010.

00:26
Key will give his last speech in Parliament on Wednesday, just over three months after his shock resignation as PM.

John Key to make final speech to Parliament today

After standing down as PM in December, Mr Key is waving goodbye to Parliament.

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