Corin Dann

Bill English visits Japan's largest sheep farm, stresses benefit of a TPP with Asia

The farm on the island of Hokkaido was established with help from New Zealand technology.

00:50
English met Shinzo Abe in Tokyo, with the pair saying they’ll work together to get the TPP back on track.

English confident TPP trade deal will be given fresh life after meeting Japan's PM

Bill English met with Japan PM Shinzo Abe to discuss the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

Bill English gifts old phone as part of Japan's Olympic recycling plan

Bill English is currently in Japan to meet with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

00:44
Prime Minister Bill English says the two countries will together engage with other TPP members on a way forward for the trade agreement.

TPP could benefit US despite it not being part of agreement

The US pulled out of the TPP deal shortly after Donald Trump was sworn in as president.

02:02
The claims come as Bill English heads to Asia to talk trade.

Bill English takes advice on whether North Korea's missiles could reach NZ

The revelation comes ahead of Bill English's meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

02:02
The claims come as Bill English heads to Asia to talk trade.

Bill English condemns North Korea's long-range missile test: 'We'd be concerned about more provocation'

The Prime Minister is travelling to the region tomorrow for trade talks in Japan.

03:11
The Belt and Road Summit is an ambitious new initiative to reshape world trade routes.

NZ included in China's 'project of the century'

The Belt and Road Summit is an ambitious new initiative to reshape world trade routes.

02:27
The Belt and Road initiative is based on the ancient Silk Road trading routes.

China kicking off ambitious new trade plan

The Belt and Road initiative is based on the ancient Silk Road trading routes.

NZ ahead of the game (again) in signing up to China's multi-billion dollar plan. But what are the risks?

Corin Dann, in China to hear President Xi's Silk Road ideas, asks if NZ will benefit.

As the Reserve bank warns of rising mortgage rates could see Auckland home buyers spend 70 per cent of income on housing costs.

Chinese investment in Kiwi Property market to slow – in the face of tighter Chinese capital controls

Investors have shown a strong appetite for housing investments around the globe.

16:42
Q+A full interview: Winston Peters on New Zealand immigration policy

Q+A full interview: Winston Peters speaks up on New Zealand immigration policy

Mr Peters shares his views on why he think the immigration rate should be cut substantially, and what requirements there should be for new migrants.

02:07
The money will be targeted on those with behavioural and communication difficulties.

Bill English promises extra $321 million for social investment

At a pre-budget speech he said $68.8 million will go to support disadvantaged children with behaviour and communication issues.

03:42
Next month's Budget has $2 billion of extra spending, nearly half of it to fix State Highway One between Christchurch and Picton.

Forget about tax cuts, the Govt's spending big on infrastructure instead

Next month's Budget has $2b of extra spending, with half of it to fix SH1 from Christchurch to Picton.

02:29
1 NEWS Political Editor Corin Dann reports from the pre-budget speech to outline the spending plan taking National into the election.

Government to boost infrastructure spending by $11 billion

Steven Joyce has announced that $812 million will go to reinstating State Highway One between Picton and Christchurch.

02:54
Nearly 72,000 people moved to New Zealand in the past year.

Migration boom keeps on rolling

The annual net gain for the year to March was a new record of 71,900 migrants.

03:26
The two per cent rise is within the Reserve Bank's comfort zone, but rising faster than its forecast.

'It's way too expensive' - interest rates could rise as food, housing and petrol prices push up inflation

The two per cent rise is within the Reserve Bank's comfort zone, but rising faster than it's forecast.

If you're in an area where you pay more than in the City of Sails, you may get annoyed by this.

Prices rise at fastest pace in over five years, latest inflation figures reveal

Statistics New Zealand says the Consumers Price Index rose at 2.2 percent in the year to March 2017.

04:01
Income thresholds, visa limits and stand-down periods are included in the changes.

'It's putting a line in the sand' – tougher rules for migrants aimed at securing more jobs for Kiwis

Income thresholds, visa limits and stand-down periods are included in the changes.

00:23
Police were nowhere to be seen so the window washers in Manukau stepped up when the power went out.

Roadside window washers face instant $150 fine under proposed bill

They are a pain for many motorists, and now politicians may make life more difficult for the roadside warriors.

Mandatory country of origin food labelling a step closer after government U-turn

National had previously opposed Green MP Steffan Browning’s members bill on the issue.

02:49
Andrew Little says Labour is open to supporting the blueprint but feels more emphasis needs to be put on affordability.

Labour pledges to build 400 affordable homes in Hutt Valley if elected

Labour plans to build 100,000 affordable homes over 10 years under its KiwiBuild policy.

02:10
National has revealed its taking a close look at the way the Reserve Bank goes about setting the official cash rate.

Kiwi interest rates look set for a shake up

National has revealed its taking a close look at the way the Reserve Bank goes about setting the official cash rate.

09:56

Full interview: Corin Dann grills Grant Robertson on Labour's economic plan

The 1 NEWS political editor sat down with Labour's finance spokesman for a wide-ranging discussion.

06:17
The first direct US attack on the Syrian government is retaliation for this week's chemical bomb attack on civilians.

What kind of chain reaction could US missile strike on Syria cause?

There's global fears of an escalating conflict after Donald Trump's move against Bashar al-Assad.

01:54
National was only able to pass the changes thanks to a deal with the Maori Party.

After years of wrangling, Govt passes changes to Resource Management Act - but what will it mean?

National was only able to pass the changes thanks to a deal with the Maori Party.

New New Zealand 10 dollar and 5 dollar notes and coins.

Strong corporate profits helping to boost Government coffers

Treasury says the increase in surplus is due to tax revenue being higher than forecast.

01:20
Our Political Editor Corin Dann with the details of the talks with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.

A Kiwi welcome for the Chinese Premier - but why is he here and what issues will be discussed?

Our Political Editor Corin Dann with the details of the top level talks between New Zealand and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.

04:33
1 NEWS Colmar Brunton political poll shows the Maori Party recording its highest result in 11 years.

Maori Party surges into potential Kingmaker position in latest poll

1 NEWS Colmar Brunton political poll shows the Maori Party recording its highest result in 11 years.

loading error

refresh