Daniel Faitaua
Kelly Cave is running the Auckland race to raise money for Starship, the hospital which saved her daughter's life.
'No more excuses' – Breakfast's Daniel Faitaua gets inspiration from mum of two to run half marathon
Daniel Faitaua can't believe it costs so much to teach a potentially life-saving skill.
'Stupidly expensive' – 1 NEWS presenter outraged at cost of teaching children to swim
There was a pause, and then everyone realised what Daniel had said.
Video: 'You're on your own mate' - Sam can't look as Daniel's slip of the tongue makes Breakfast crew crack up
Jonah Reider's restaurant in New York became such a hit he appeared on The Late Show. And he’s now in NZ.
Meet the student who turned his room into a restaurant - and became a star cook with a very long waiting list
Poor Daniel cops a lot of flak for being 'all talk and no action' at Hampton Downs.
Video: 'Cocktail party dressed' Breakfast host Daniel crashes on first bend in racetrack challenge
Daniel Faitaua came in for some stick today, but wasn't going to take it lying down.
'And what would you know about newsreading, Hilary?' - Daniel's cheeky dig after getting a hard time
Daniel Faitaua went to visit the symbol of Christianity in Rio and explore Brazil's strong Catholic roots.
Keeping the faith in Rio – the symbolism behind Christ the Redeemer
Women and men of all sizes are wearing the smallest bikini they can find, and it's raising a few brows.
Locals wearing skimpy beach attire in Rio turn up the heat for visitors
Very few if any of the kids from the favelas will see the Olympics, but Kiwi athletes and coaches have stepped in.
Kiwis take the sporting action to Rio's young slum dwellers
Peter Niko.
Man pleads guilty to sexually assaulting woman, 65, in her home
The country has boosted security measures and staff but an expert is warning that Rio will be a prime target for ISIS.
Turkey uprising leaves Brazil on high alert ahead of Olympics
Authorities are still dealing with a range of problems with under five weeks to go until the games.
Rio police ask for help amid concerns about Olympics readiness
International magazine The Economist is picking NZ's best ever medal haul at the 31st summer games.
NZ Police also in training for Rio Olympics
Wellingtonians are filling up brown paper bags like this one to support the City Mission's  annual appeal.
Generous Wellingtonians fill The Mission's foodbank
A sex offender remains on the loose after a woman was sexually assaulted for several hours in her own home.
'I don't feel safe' – sex attack reignites fear in Porirua community
Kate Camp from Te Papa says the singlet is still framed and there's other stuff around it in the frame.
'I don't believe it's been washed' – Te Papa confirms Sir Peter Snell's singlet is still a little fresh
"It's just too bad that some individual is going to benefit - not a charity," the double gold medal winner says.
'It shouldn't cost that much': Veteran broadcaster says purchase of Sir Peter Snell's singlet is 'absurd'
The museum purchased the unique piece for a quarter of a million dollars.
Rare scenic wallpaper portraying Captain Cook's travels acquired by Te Papa
Police Minister Judith Collins announced at the Police Dog Graduation that Gazza's puppies were born last week.
Gazza the hero police dog's legacy to live on in new litter
Brookelyn Brand has been missing for a week and is thought to be in Levin or the Napier area.
'We love you, please come home' - mum appeals for teen daughter to get in touch
Phililppe Boutinard led the rescue operation during the Paris attacks and is in Wellington sharing lessons learnt that day.
Vital lesson from Paris attacks: Civilians can save lives
Mr Whiti was found by a New Zealand Defence Force helicopter near a stream today, having spent a night lost in temperatures as low as -2 degrees.
'He asked me for a ciggie!' - Family reunited with lost pig hunter
Other cities look likely to follow the Manawatu city's lead, with smokers increasingly forced out of public places.
Smoking al-fresco to be a thing of the past as Palmerston North toughens rules
A child's skull without a lower jaw is in the remains that were welcomed.
Emotional scenes as Te Papa welcomes home ancestral remains of 54 people
A Lower Hutt woman has petitioned parliament for a law change over the issue.
'I want my kids to legally cycle on the footpath' - Lower Hutt mum determined to change the law.
Starlings flock to Lambton Quay as it is warm, sheltered and predator free, but as the warm temperatures drop these birds will take flight.
What the 'flock' is going on in the sky of Wellington?
For the locals there is one athlete they are most proud of, ONE News reporter Daniel Faitaua went to find out.
Porirua backs their kayaking Olympic hopeful with 11,889km swim
Urban and rural fire crews will merge by 2017.
Urban and rural fire crews to merge by 2017
Chef Adam Liaw, Masterchef
MasterChef Australia winner coming to New Zealand
In Wellington the call can be heard at the stroke of five every day at the National War Memorial.
Ceremonies a chance for Kiwis to reflect on NZ's fallen service personnel as Anzac Day draws near