Kaitlin Ruddock

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Lucy Sheat, 18, has etched her name on the senior girls' 100m trophy.

Young Blenheim sprinter breaking old NZ records at national school champs

Lucy Sheat, 18, has etched her name on the senior girls' 100m trophy.

02:13
Firms are unfazed as the Reserve Bank's acting governor warns the virtual currency looks like a bubble.

Reserve Bank sceptical as Bitcoin surpasses value of NZ economy

While retail transactions using the digital currency are rare, investment is growing more popular in NZ.

01:32
1 News got a sneak preview into the exhibition before its public opening on Friday.

Video: First close up look at World of Wearable Arts 2017 exhibition

1 NEWS got a sneak preview into the exhibition before its public opening on Friday.

01:47
Nelson schoolgirl Holly Irvine was the only female competitor in a US competition.

Kiwis pair claim their spot among the world's elite duck and goose callers

It’s hoped the success of some young talent can help pave the way for others.

02:04
Some families still haven't returned to their homes or are living in severely damaged ones.

Rural residents yet to return to their homes a year after Kaikoura earthquake

Currently 60% residential insurance claims have been settled in the upper South Island.

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It blocked access to approximately 30 properties and drew crowds of spectators throughout the day.

Catamaran lifted by crane back into water after Nelson storm thrust yacht onto rocks

It blocked access to about 30 properties and drew crowds of spectators throughout.

01:00
1 NEWS' Kaitlin Ruddock with the latest from the top of the South Island.

'Wind is not showing any sign of easing' - wild weather hits Nelson, causing flooding and power cuts

1 NEWS' Kaitlin Ruddock with the latest from the top of the South Island.

01:59
Filipino woman Leonora McKelvey has been refused a visa to stay in the country despite being married to a Kiwi.

Couple plead with Government over Immigration NZ ruling that will force them apart

Filipino woman Leonora McKelvey has been refused a visa to stay in NZ despite being married to a Kiwi.

Nearly 1000 anglers gather at Canterbury lake as backcountry fishing season opens

Fish and Game says rangers didn’t detect any offences by hundreds of anglers.

NZTA worker taken to hospital after being hit by truck in Kaikoura

The man in his 50s suffered moderate injuries to his leg.

01:47
More than 160 patients were examined in Christchurch and results are raising some red flags.

Free skin cancer check-up overwhelms organisers

More than 160 patients were examined in Christchurch and results are raising some red flags.

00:36
The Tasman District Council today agreed, eight votes to five, to adopt a proposal to fund the Waimea Community Dam in Lee Valley.

'Enough is enough' - controversial dam project near Nelson passes important hurdle

The public will give feedback on funding for the $82.5m Waimea Community Dam.

00:26
The Nelson campaigner, who fought for her late son to have access to cannabis products before he died, appeared in court today.

Medical cannabis advocate Rose Renton in Nelson court on drug charges

Rose Renton faces three charges of possessing and supplying a Class B drug.

02:04
The 1866 killing of five men near Nelson continues to fascinate locals.

Watch: A true 'whodunnit story' murder mystery right here in NZ brought to the stage

The 1866 killing of five men near Nelson continues to fascinate locals.

00:25
The link was only just reopened following the Kaikoura quake, and is now out until the end of the month.

'Mother Nature's played a hard game' – no date yet for reopening of Kaikoura rail line

Thirty-one slips have seen the rail link out of action once again.

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The region's mayor says some good could come from the devastating Kaikoura quake.

'Single biggest benefit out of Kaikoura quake' – praise for proposed $9m cycle trail

The findings of a report into a proposed cycle trail between Picton and Kaikoura have been released today.

02:02
Jack Kos and American filmmaker Ben Pierce premiered their work detailing the 'untold story' of brown trout in Christchurch.

'I stumbled onto a really interesting story' - history of brown trout's journey to NZ detailed in new documentary

The Introduction: 150 years of Brown Trout in New Zealand premiered in Christchurch today.

02:01
The Coolsips brand of mineral water is found in many tuck shops around the country.

Parents perplexed to find Kiwi kids are drinking foreign water at school

A Nelson company has been selling water in schools for 15 years with some parents and schools not realising it was imported.

Six of the endangered native parrots have been killed by motorists in the past few months.

Nelson man sentenced for shooting kea dead

Robert Derek Aberson was sentenced to 200 hours community service in the Nelson District Court.

01:52
Business owners are worried they’re missing out on opportunities with the summer tourist season looming.

Plan to build container mall to help quake damaged shops in Kaikoura

Retailers need to raise enough money to set up the space for the town.

02:03
Richmond's cemetery has been hit twice in the past few days, causing pain to already grieving relatives.

Nelson headstones smashed in desecration that leaves grieving relatives aghast

More than 70 headstones were broken at Richmond Cemetery, near Nelson.

01:09
Emotions ran high as residents gathered to voice outrage over the  brodifacoum drop.

Three arrested as group voices outrage over poison drop in Nelson

The Brook Valley Community group lost its legal challenge on Thursday to stop the brodifacoum drop from taking place.

Long awaited report into controversial Nelson Southern Link expected to be published next week

It follows a Green candidate's complaint to the Ombudsman over NZTA's handling of the report.

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