Corin Dann

03:48
Vodafone NZ is disappointed the Commerce Commission couldn't see numerous benefits for New Zealanders.

Will Sky resort to plan B and wholesale sports content in wake of merger rejection?

Vodafone NZ is disappointed the Commerce Commission couldn't see numerous benefits for New Zealanders.

02:23
Commentators say the deal will be a win for consumers in the short term, however there is concern that it could result in a less competitive market.

Investors wipe nearly $300 million off Sky's value after proposed merger with Vodafone rejected

The Commerce Commission was concerned competition would have been reduced.

00:41
The Prime Minister says he's concerned Super Fund CEO Adrian Orr received a 36 per cent rise against the advice of Mr English and the State Services Commission.

PM puts board of Super Fund on notice after CEO's whopping 36% pay rise

Bill English has put the board of the $32 billion New Zealand Super Fund on notice after it went against his wishes.

04:27
Labour and the Greens have closed the gap on National, according to the latest 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll.

1 NEWS poll: Labour and Greens close gap on National following John Key's departure

PM Bill English has made a strong start in the preferred Prime Minister stakes, however.

The Australian prime minister says the call between him and the US president ended "cordially".

US President Trump set to cast shadow over English-Turnbull talks

How to deal with Donald Trump's unpredictability will be a key theme in talks between the NZ and OZ PM's in Queenstown.

03:52
Gerry Brownlee said 'the most accurate advice I was getting was coming from the media'.

Port Hills fires: Civil Defence Minister not happy about the time it took to declare state of emergency

Gerry Brownlee said 'the most accurate advice I was getting was coming from the media'.

02:05
The new powerful agencies established will control all aspects of major building projects.

Radical plans being drawn up to help fast track housing

The new powerful agencies established will control all aspects of major building projects.

02:15
It's not just an Auckland problem. Economists say Tauranga and Wellington are also showing signs of shortages.

New data shows local and central Government may struggle to meet Auckland's housing shortage

It's not just an Auckland problem. Economists say Tauranga and Wellington are also showing signs of shortages.

00:43
The Finance Minister says interest rates are starting to rise and housing supply is increasing.

Joyce delays decision on Reserve Bank access to powerful new home borrowing restrictions

The Finance Minister wants more work done on the merits of debt to income ratios.

03:28
The PM took the chance during his short phone call with Trump to criticise his anti-Muslim travel ban.

Chatting with Trump, but not avoiding controversy - how Bill English criticised US President

The PM took the chance during his short phone call with Trump to criticise his anti-Muslim travel ban.

04:51
1 News Political Editor says it 'disappointing' that media was blocked from the marae yesterday.

Corin Dann: People 'disillusioned' with ‘shenanigans' at Waitangi Te Tii marae

1 News Political Editor says it 'disappointing' that media was blocked from the marae yesterday.

00:38
The Prime Minister is expected to veer away from Trump and keep things local.

Corin Dann: Bill English's State of Nation Speech should focus on housing

From now on the PM will be looking to put the focus very firmly on growing NZ's economy.

02:22
New figures show average hourly earnings increased at just 1.3 per cent last year.

Fact: Our economy is actually booming

New figures show average hourly earnings increased at just 1.3 per cent last year.

Unemployment rate climbs, latest figures reveal

Statistics New Zealand says the quarter saw a large number of people enter the labour force.

02:06
Latest figures show immigration growth has hit new highs in New Zealand, up to 70,000 new migrants annually.

NZ migration numbers booming and not slowing down - new statistics

New Zealand's migration boom showed no sign of easing in December

03:17
The new US president's first week in office has caused consternation around the globe.

'These aren't initiatives NZ will contemplate' - Govt responds to US President's immigration policies

Murray McCully notes the immigration announcements are causing "widespread confusion".

The Race Relations Commissioner says Sir Peter Leitch should reiterate his apology to the young woman he made the comments to on Waiheke Island.

Race Relations Commissioner wants police to collect hate crime stats

Dame Susan Devoy says at the present police don’t collate hate crime statistics when responding to call outs.

The Labour leader is put on the spot about whether Labour will offer a housing subsidy for public service workers in the City of Sails.

Annual inflation up to 1.3 per cent as housing, petrol and airfares rise

Prices for newly-built houses excluding land were up 6.5 per cent.

03:01
Political Editor Corin Dann looks back on the economic fortunes of 2016.

Billion dollar boost for government books as economy builds

The government has about $936m more than it thought it would have after deficits came in lower than expected.

Entrepreneur Peter Thiel.

NZ tech billionaire Peter Thiel granted citizenship in 2011

The Germany-born co-founder of PayPal is reported to own properties in NZ.

Trump signals NZ could be offered bilateral free trade deal with the US

Trump's position comes after he signed an order pulling the US out of the 12 nation TPP deal.

03:01
Political Editor Corin Dann looks back on the economic fortunes of 2016.

New Zealand's economy outgrew many of its OECD rivals in 2016

However, the start of the year was also a bad time for our primary trade - dairy.

03:27
New Prime Minister Bill English has included four new ministers in his National cabinet.

Meet Alfred Ngaro – new face in government's cabinet, set to become Pacific Peoples Minister

New Prime Minister Bill English has included four new ministers in his National cabinet.

00:55

'Judith Collins is probably the biggest casualty, but there is fresh, new talent' – Corin Dann

Our political editor said there were no surprises with some portfolios and some big surprises with others.

01:48

Re-opening Kaikoura's coastal highway 'can't come soon enough' for truckies having to take the long way round

The Govt will spend up to $2b on restoring SH1 and the rail line decimated by the November earthquake.

Jacinda Ardern to contest Mt Albert seat for Labour

The Auckland central based list MP is eyeing a seat in the neighbouring electorate.

02:10
One minister has already jumped ahead of the new look Cabinet being revealed.

Bill English's first day as PM: Under fire in Parliament and under pressure choosing new Cabinet

One minister has already jumped ahead of the new look Cabinet being revealed.

Sam Lotu-Iiga.

Sam Lotu-Iiga to stand down at next election

Mr Lotu-Iiga was Corrections Minister during last year's Mt Eden Prison Prison "Fight Club" scandal.

01:10

With the formalities out of the way, what is the order of business now for our new PM?

Corin Dann with the details of what's to come for the new leadership.

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