Cushla Norman
The week-long Girls Rock camp is as much about the tunes as it is about confidence.
Girls Rock camp aims to support more females into NZ music industry
But increasing the amount of surgeries would come at a cost.
Clearing cataract surgery wait list would reduce number of accidental falls by a third, research suggests
The move comes just days ahead of parliament’s second debate and vote on the End of Life Choice Bill.
Doctors oppose Euthanasia Bill: 'We didn't train to end someone's life'
Today they took their anger to the streets.
Levin residents 'left in limbo' by NZTA over proposed Horowhenua Expressway
Commuters demand action over Wellington region's most dangerous road
His work has been interpreted with a 2019 twist.
Students from across the country participate in national Shakespeare festival 'with a twist'
The waiting list for surgery is about 50 years.
Rainbow community gives thumbs up to funding boost for gender reassignment surgery
Eugene Baker stabbed 71-year-old Francis Tyson multiple times in November.
Man pleads guilty to decapitation of pensioner he suspected of being a 'narc'
Seven people, including pilot Mitch Gameren, died when the helicopter crashed on Fox Glacier in 2015.
Pilot in fatal Fox Glacier crash wasn't properly trained, investigation finds
Dr Goodall rose to fame in the 60s with her groundbreaking study of chimpanzees.
Scientist Dr Jane Goodall urges greater respect for animals during NZ visit
His visit comes as a group of Torres Strait islanders have filed a lawsuit against the Australian government saying it's failed to act on climate change.
Torres Strait islanders take legal action against Australian government over failure to act on climate change
A plan announced today would protect the habitat of many at-risk species.
Plans to save South Island marine life announced today
1 NEWS’ Arrun Soma reports from Waverley – a town in mourning.
Driver smoked synthetic cannabis before Waverley crash that killed him and six others
The Treasury Secretary says immigration may need to be adjusted to ensure foreign nationals aren't recruited for jobs Kiwis can do.
NZ Treasury boss appointed Governor of Ireland's Central Bank
They remain at odds over the city’s handling of controversial housing development in Shelly Bay.
Sir Peter Jackson again lashes out at Wellington council and 'snake oil salesmen' staff
E.coli in Lower Hutt water supply a false alarm
The item is expected to fetch about $15,000 at auction overnight.
Controversial 19th century toothpaste lid with image of Māori chief sells for nearly $22,000 at auction
A small number were genuine emergencies where the caller was too terrified to talk.
Police took more than 55,000 silent 111 calls last year, new figures reveal
The item is expected to fetch about $15,000 at auction overnight.
Auction of 19th century Māori-themed toothpaste lid slammed as 'appalling' by academic
The council is giving owners seven-and-a-half-years to do the work at their own expense.
Shorter strengthening timeframe for nearly 200 earthquake prone Wellington buildings
Lacking an adequate understanding is what breeds Islamophobia says Muslim community.
We still have a lot to learn about Islamic culture after Christchurch terrorist attack
The film director has lashed out at the city council over its handling of a potential development on the Miramar Peninsula.
Development proposal sparks war of words between Wellington's mayor and Sir Peter Jackson