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02:25
The Prime Minister makes a case for New Zealand in the video.

'So come on down' - PM releases video used in successful bid to host Women's RWC

"This event is an opportunity to inspire the change we want to see in the world," Ms Ardern said.

02:26
Ms Osborne, wife of Milton Osborne who died in Pike River, said New Zealand needs to improve its working culture.

Workplace deaths since Pike River disaster 'simply not good enough' - Anna Osborne

"Our men went to work that day, they didn't expect not to return home," said Anna, who lost her husband Milton at Pike River.

02:19
The inquiry was launched after it emerged Mr Haumaha reportedly showed support for officers accused of assaulting Louise Nicholas.

Appointment process for Deputy Police Commissioner Wally Haumaha found to be 'adequate and fit for purpose' - report

Victim advocate Louise Nicholas criticised the appointment, amid claims Mr Haumaha called rape allegations a "nonsense," something he denied.

'We need it done' - Government urged to reconsider deadly strip of Tauranga road

"We know every three months someone is going to die on that road," a campaigner said today.

Members at the party's annual conference in Tauranga were treated to visit from a surprise guest.

NZ First accept Jami-Lee Ross' proxy vote

It is on condition the proxy vote is used "at all times in support of the vote of the National Party".

Northern Irish women seeking an abortion can travel to England to have one privately for free.

Students urge Government for abortion no-protest buffer zone around hospital

The group say Wellington Hospital "is not an appropriate place to protest".

01:43
The issue of gay and trans conversion therapy was highlighted in a TVNZ1 Sunday investigation.

'They're not broken' – MP proposes law to ban conversion therapy

Calls to ban sexual orientation and gender conversion therapy came after TVNZ1 Sunday investigation.

Environment Minister David Parker

Tariffs on NZ exports to be lifted, lowered, as controversial CPTTP moves a step closer

Buttercup squash and onion growers will see tariffs removed, among the gains.

01:48
The report sets out three alternative models for abortion to be removed from the Crime Act.

Law Commission's alternative approaches to abortion released, if it is removed from the Crimes Act

The current law is 40 years old, with calls for abortion to be treated as a health issue.

01:32
The Prime Minister and her deputy sat down with 1 NEWS political editor Jessica Mutch McKay.

One year on, Jacinda Ardern and Winston Peters reflect on the decision to work together

It has been one year since NZ First chose to go with Labour. We asked the pair to relive those moments.

Auckland suburb takes up Cupcycling scheme in latest environmental initiative

They want locals to "make a dent" in the huge number of cups that go to landfill each year.

04:12
Mr Ross released a recording of a phone call this after afternoon between himself and Mr Bridges.

Jami-Lee Ross 'defamed me and he is a liar' says Simon Bridges after former National MP's recording released

The recording contained the pair discussing a $100k donation to the party, and which MPs should be pushed out.

Jami-Lee Ross, Paula Bennett and Simon Bridges.

An overview: Jami-Lee Ross, Simon Bridges and the National Party

1 NEWS looks back to the developments leading up to an explosive day in politics.

00:31
The wood pigeon, known for its large body and appetite, prevailed in the increasingly popular competition.

Kererū takes out 2018 Bird of the Year competition

It had high the support of National's Paula Bennett and the Green Party's Chloe Swarbrick.

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Bird of the Year: Why the feathered friends deserve the crown

1 NEWS asks campaigners why their native birds are worthy of the title.

Bird of the Year: What sets them apart and which NZ celebrity they'd be

Jacinda Ardern, Richie McCaw and Taika Waititi were named, and tactics such as Tinder are being used for the competition.

Ending sign language service during Question Time a 'huge mistake', advocates say

It comes after concerns NZSL resources were being stretched.

02:49
The MP for Botany in Auckland says he's been dealing with some personal health issues.

Simon Bridges maintains MP Jami-Lee Ross' personal leave not related to travel expenses leak

Mr Bridges said the health issue was "serious" and "deeply personal and private".

The NZ First leader said the increase was “always on the cards”.

As the waka-jumping bill passes, what is it and why does it matter?

The controversial bill was passed in Parliament today.

01:58
A pile of documents has thrown new light on contact between Jacinda Ardern and Mr Handley.

Released: Read the emails and messages Clare Curran exchanged with Derek Handley

The chief technology officer position was scrapped after Ms Curran resigned from her Ministerial portfolios.

02:04
Three peacekeeping missions in the Middle East and Africa will also be renewed.

New Zealand's military deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan extended

"NZ is firmly committed to international efforts to fight ISIS," Jacinda Ardern says.

00:32
National’s Matt King has witnessed first-hand the consequences of a coward punch.

Proposed law aims to 'focus on the lethal nature' of coward punches – MP

If passed, it would create a new offence and hold a maximum of 20 years' imprisonment.

From left, Sophie, Abby, Richard and Toby Hartley in the intensive care unit in Bali.

Almost $240K donated to seriously ill Kiwi woman in Bali - 'Luckily New Zealanders are generous'

However ACT's David Seymour says "frivolous spending" by the Government means people like Ms Hartley suffer the consequences.

01:12
Golriz Ghahraman

Period poverty 'a human rights issue' says Green MP Golriz Ghahraman, as some girls miss out on school

It comes as another application for Pharmac to fund sanitary items is being lodged.

03:28
Both parties lay out the reasons why they were for or against legalising euthanasia.

'In this bill there are no consequences' - Sir Bill English speaks out against proposed euthanasia legislation, supporter Matt Vickers wants restrictions

Matt Vickers' late wife Lecretia Seales was denied the right to voluntary euthanasia before she died in mid-2015.

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