Chris Chang

02:03
UNESCO recognises pizza after 2 million sign petition - and Kiwi locals agree.

Kiwi pizza supremo talks about the 'art that's almost been forgotten' as Neapolitan pizza making gets UN recognition

Auckland's Kevin Morris has the much coveted Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana certification.

01:43
Zuru's popular Bunch o Balloons device has been a target for copycats.

Kiwi toy firm wins multi-million dollar legal battle over balloon device rip off

Zuru's Bunch o Balloons device took American company Telebrands to court over their product.

03:59
Four years ago he went viral in New Zealand, now he’s doing so again overseas.

Maurice Williamson coming to terms with being a gay icon in Japan

The former National MP's pro same-sex marriage speech of four years ago has now gone viral in Japan.

01:45
The public can see the garden at Auckland's Trust Arena.

Paremoremo prison inmates' creation on display at New Zealand's biggest flower and garden show

Their entry - Redemption Garden - has earned rave reviews from punters at the show today.

01:54
It comes as the company prepares to delist from the NZ stock exchange.

'It's a profit he's created' – Rod Drury to cash in Xero shares, netting almost $95 million

It comes as the company prepares to delist from the NZ stock exchange.

Expert predictions: Do the All Whites have what it takes to beat Peru?

Danny Hay, Noah Hickey and 1 NEWS football fanatic Chris Chang assess NZ's chances.

01:56
For the first time New Zealand wines are winning the Tasman battle in the US.

Kiwi wines outselling Australian counterparts in world's biggest market

For the first time New Zealand wines are winning the trans-Tasman battle in the US.

Hamish Bond crashes out of the Coromandel K2 bike race

The cyclist was leading the race but crashed at the 110km mark at the bottom of Kereta Hill.

01:47
The vehicles are a favourite on both sides of the Tasman.

'We'll keep them running' – passions run high in NZ as Holden closes last Aussie car factory

The last ever Australian-made car has rolled off the production line in South Australia today.

01:53
The concern is if a hacker can access your CCTV camera, they can access your entire home network.

Experts says some CCTV cameras being beamed cross the internet without owners knowing

If a hacker can access your CCTV camera, they can access your entire home network.

00:36
Over 50% of carparks have now been lost in the Rawene car park.

Watch: New drone footage shows full magnitude of North Shore slip with 'over 50 per cent' of car parks gone

Local business owner also says Auckland Council didn't act fast enough to avert crisis.

01:47
It may be a grassroots event but the competition is fierce.

'Just a lot of aggression and get in there!' – athletes gear up for Halberg Junior Disability Games

This weekend 146 young athletes strut their stuff as possible future Kiwi paralympians.

02:31
Dunedin gastroenterologist Dr Steve Johnson explains the risks and Auckland tattooist Te Kanawa Ngarotata says hygiene is required.

Watch: Kiwis urged to watch their tattoos after Australian woman develops cancer-like symptoms

A 15-year-old back tattoo is being blamed for the woman's cancer-like symptoms.

00:40
The female Hawksbill turtle washed up on the shores of Northland last month, weak and under-weight.

Critically-endangered sea turtle dies after ingesting one litre worth of plastic

The female Hawksbill turtle washed up on the shores of Northland last month, weak and under-weight.

02:00
The data was collected on 1 NEWS' online election tool Vote Compass.

Two-thirds of Kiwis agree terminally ill should be allowed to end life with medical help

The data was collected on 1 NEWS' online election tool Vote Compass.

02:08
That’s according to new data from the 1 NEWS online election tool Vote Compass.

Two-thirds of Kiwis in favour of euthanasia for patients with terminal illness, Vote Compass results show

Despite Bill English not supporting euthanasia 65 per cent of National supporters are in favour of it.

00:45
The 13 to 16 year olds say fans at the first Lions Test in Auckland made repeated sexual comments to them as they performed.

'It was really, really disgusting' - teenage girls from circus troupe say Lions fans subjected them to vile sexual comments

The 13 to 16 year old performers say fans at the first Lions Test in Auckland made repeated sexual comments to them.

02:02
More than 80 per cent of Maori and Pacific Island children are not having a free dental check before they start school.

Dental clinic moves to increase checks on pre-schoolers

More than 80 per cent of Maori and Pacific Island children are not having a free dental check before they start school.

02:10
It's been three years since a fatal Hamilton fire prompted a change to the law regarding installation of fire alarms in rental homes.

Landlords 'blatantly refusing' to comply with smoke alarm laws

The brother of a 23-year-old woman who died in a house fire is now campaigning to save the lives of others.

01:58
Those who have been battling to get back to normal after the devastating flood are getting a helping hand.

'A hand up, not a hand out' – tradie army helping Edgecumbe's uninsured get back on their feet

Those who have been battling to get back to normal after the devastating flood are getting a helping hand.

01:52
Named after Sir Edmund Hillary, a new photo of the Hillary Step shows a change in the terrain.

'It was amazing' – Everest's Hillary Step appears to have collapsed

Named after Sir Edmund Hillary, a new photo of the Hillary Step shows a change in the terrain.

'Wired' man who choked his puppy and hit it at least ten times is given community detention

Ezekial Wilson was also sentenced to two hundred hours of community service for his shocking attack.

00:45

Watch: ‘It was horrible’ – Edgecumbe residents reflect on terrifying moment floodwaters surged across backyard

With young kids in the house, all Dee and Todd Proven could do was close their door and call for help.

02:08
A month ago on Saturday the small town was swamped after the Rangitaiki River breached its stop bank.

Watch: Edgecumbe residents struggling in 'ghost town' after flood devastation

Saturday marks one month since houses were swamped when the Rangitaiki River breached its bank.

01:54
From guarding the base to overseas operations, these dogs are tasked with protecting the Defence Force's most valuable assets.

Man's best friend on active duty: celebrating NZ's military dog squad

From guarding the base to overseas operations, these dogs are tasked with protecting the Defence Force's assets.

02:01
In one month the Lions will kick off their campaign against the Provincial Barbarians in Whangarei.

Fans gearing up as one month out from Lions tour of New Zealand

In one month the Lions will kick off their campaign against the Provincial Barbarians in Whangarei.

01:48
The library staff are facing major changes to their jobs as the council demands greater flexibility to cut costs.

'Love our libraries, save our librarians', Auckland council staff plead

The library staff are facing major changes to their jobs as the council cuts costs.

00:45
A lobby group today presented the council with a petition against plans to cut funding.

'Love our libraries, save our librarians' - petition presented to Auckland Council over plan to cut funding

Members of the Love Our Libraries lobby group have this morning presented a petition to Auckland Council.

01:45
The app could be a timely solution for those looking for accommodation during big events such as the upcoming Lions tour.

The Airbnb of campervan holidays – new app pairs motorhomes travellers with property owners

The app could be a timely solution for those looking for accommodation during big events such as the upcoming Lions tour.

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