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John Key announces ambitious goal for predator-free NZ by 2050

The goal is for every single part of New Zealand to be completely free of rats, stoats and possums.

Trade Minister says sorry to PM over handling of steel dumping allegations

Todd McClay says he should have requested a more thorough briefing before he responded to questions on the issue.

00:39

'I don't think Donald Trump is right about anything' – Sir Geoffrey Palmer

The former NZ Prime Minister took a swipe at the Republican Presidential nominee on TVNZ's Q+A.

01:39
1983: Aircraft carrier HMS Invincible arrives in Wellington.

US to send naval vessel to New Zealand, says Vice President Biden

The US has not sent a ship since New Zealand passed anti-nuclear legislation in 1987.

01:35
Our Political Editor dissects the Reserve Bank's latest move to make it harder for investors to get a loan.

Corin Dann: Reserve Bank had no option on tightening lending rules

Our Political Editor dissects the Reserve Bank's latest move to make it harder for investors to get a loan.

Govt to move quickly to tighten foreign trust tax rules

The steps follow an Inquiry by a tax expert which found a number of weaknesses with foreign trust laws.

03:14
The party is also going after speculators by beefing the rules around capital gains on rental properties

Labour promises 100,000 affordable homes for first homebuyers if elected

The building will take place over 10 years, with half the homes to be built in Auckland.

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Over the last century, it's formed five Labour governments - but can Andrew Little form the next one?

What does the future hold for 100-year-old Labour Party?

Over the last century, Labour's formed five governments - but can Andrew Little lead the next one?

10:54
Former PM Tony Blair's case for war was crushed by the Chilcot Report into the conflict which began in 2003.

Former top British general talks to Q+A about what went wrong in Iraq

Former PM Tony Blair's case for war was crushed by the Chilcot Report into the conflict, which began in 2003.

02:01
ONE News Political Reporter Corin Dann is delving into the Deputy Governor's speech on the housing market.

Looking to buy a house outside of Auckland? Reserve Bank extending loan restrictions for investors to whole country

The Bank's Deputy Governor Grant Spencer is tonight giving a speech on the housing market.

03:32
The problem has been blamed on property investors and soaring section prices - and the answer is to free up more land.

Prime Minister wants Reserve Bank to crack down on property investors sooner rather than later

House prices across the nation have continued to climb according to the latest QV figures.

Police covering airport security roles a ludicrous idea, Police Association says

Aviation Security staff are planning to run strikes at Auckland and Wellington airports.

00:31
March for Europe supporters danced and marched their way through the streets to protest the Brexit result.

Treasury report identifies potential 'Brexit' fallout for New Zealand

Some New Zealanders may return from Britain if the UK enters recession in the second half of 2016.

02:46
The result saw the return of one of Australia's most controversial figures - and it's making waves in NZ.

Aussie election results causing worry this side of the Tasman

The result saw the return of one of Australia's most controversial figures - and it's making waves in NZ.

01:49
A positive mood over employment is being registered by the recruitment industry.

NZ jobless rate revised down - because of the way data is collected

Those looking for work on the internet are no longer to be classed as actively seeking work.

02:03
The NZX fell another 1 per cent after global markets went into panic mode on Friday losing nearly trillion in value.

NZ markets quieten after Brexit, but 'still some uncertainty'

The NZX fell another 1 per cent after global markets went into panic mode on Friday losing nearly a trillion in value.

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Global markets have taken a pounding following the UK’s decision to leave the EU.

NZ shares slip another one percent in wake of Brexit

Global markets have taken a pounding following the UK’s decision to leave the EU.

04:00
Political editor Corin Dann explains what the Leave decision could mean for NZ, and the world's markets.

John Key eyeing free trade deals with Britain and Europe

Political editor Corin Dann explains what the Leave decision could mean for NZ, and the world's markets.

Financial mayhem: Kiwi dollar drops after Britain says no to Europe

The pound has also dropped 15 cents against the US dollar.

The Labour leader has responded to calls from Winston Peters for the number of migrants to be cut.

Latest stats signal that New Zealand's migration boom has peaked

There's a declining trend in the net gain of migrants, says Statistics NZ.

03:38
The PM has defended a decision by his Government to extend NZ’s deployment in Iraq for a further 18 months.

John Key: 'I've changed my mind on the advice I've had'

The PM has defended a decision by his Government to extend NZ’s deployment in Iraq for a further 18 months.

02:04
Kamo High School had agreed to allow students from a nearby charter school to use its chemistry lab, but withdrew the offer after the union raised concerns.

'It's absolutely ok' - Education Minister on charter schools sharing resources with state schools

Hekia Parata has responded to a situation at Kamo High School in Northland.

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Three major banks (BNZ, ANZ and Westpac) last week announced moves to limit foreigners from buying New Zealand housing.

A closer look at who or what is really pushing up Auckland’s property prices

Three major banks (BNZ, ANZ and Westpac) last week announced moves to limit foreigners from buying New Zealand housing.

Corin Dann: Reserve Bank little option but to keep its finger on the pause button

It was announced today the Official Cash Rate will stay at 2.25 per cent.

00:47
The NZ First leader is set to play kingmaker, says our Political Editor on the back of a new poll result.

Corin Dann: Winston Peters more likely to go with National

The NZ First leader is set to play kingmaker, says our Political Editor on the back of a new poll result.

01:23
Finance Minister Bill English today confirmed he was in discussions with the Reserve Bank about debt-to-income ratios.

Labour open to debt-to-income ratios if investors are targeted

Debt-to-income ratios limit the amount someone could borrow for a house based on what they earn.

So far 24,000 Kiwis have been hit by the holiday pay glitch.

Holiday pay botch up could run in to the billions - MBIE

New documents also reveal up to 763,000 Kiwis could be affected by the holiday pay problems.

01:49
Labour's candidate came within around 700 votes of beating United Future’s Mr Dunne in 2014.

Peter Dunne not worried about Labour-Greens partnership: 'They've been trying to knock me off for 11 elections'

Labour's candidate came within around 700 votes of beating United Future’s Mr Dunne in 2014.

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Political Editor Corin Dann analyses the latest Quotable Value housing figures.

Auckland house prices soar despite measures aimed to curb investors

Quotable Value has released its latest figures, with the average property value in the Auckland region now just over $955,000.

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