Katie Bradford
The Auckland seaside village is poised to lose 40 carparks if the plan goes through.
Group including Don Brash accuses Auckland Transport of mis-management, 'war on pedestrians'
Motels are increasingly being used as emergency and longer-term accommodation.
Government looks to buy more motels across the country to shelter the homeless
The lowest number of houses were sold in the last month of the year, for seven years, nationwide.
LVR restrictions improve financial stability during hot housing market - Reserve Bank
Grant Robertson will deliver the new Labour-led Government's first Budget since taking power tomorrow.
Social housing waiting list up 40 per cent on same time last year
A Mount Roskill resident says it has left her scared and concerned.
Police investigating after anti-Islam leaflets dropped in Auckland
The government is set to review the financial assistance given to caregivers
Foster parents in line for more financial assistance after review
Jacinda Ardern says New Zealand will continue working with global partners, including China, to find solutions to global problems.
Huawei boss: 'Lots of friction, little fact' after GCSB's 5G decision
Victims of abuse in faith-based institutions were added to the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Historical Abuse last year. Some say it has muddied the waters.
Survivors of historical abuse in state care call for separate inquires to prevent religious bias
Now ratepayers have to foot the bill for new technology.
Auckland mayor calls for stormwater system overhaul to prevent plastic flowing into ocean
Budget blowout: Cost of Auckland's City Rail Link increases by $1 billion
Water bottlers are among those in the crosshairs as officials mull a national interest test for investments from overseas.
Government sets sights on water bottlers in next round of overseas investment restrictions
A sting operation by labour inspectors has led to four companies being suspended from hiring overseas workers.
Mass breaches of employment laws by construction industry bosses, 1 NEWS uncovers
Far right groups here say they are heading underground due to the increased scrutiny.
International links to alleged Christchurch terrorist no surprise, says expert
Organised by ACT’s David Seymour, the meeting drew plenty of comment and debate.
Tomorrow's Schools proposal gets thumbs down at David Seymour's public meeting, with claims its akin to communism
It’s held an urgent summit with concerns the planned changes could put the sector at further risk.
Government proposals to overhaul training sector sees push-back from construction industry
Millions of litres of rubbish end up in Kiwi harbours every day.
Growing pressure on Government to prosecute litterbugs
Multiple organisations are speaking out against the plan to amalgamate training.
Industries facing skills shortages wary of Govt's planned training changes
Auckland sweet shop owners accused of running 'sweat shop' as human traffic trial begins
Life insurance industry in for a shake up after release of damning, high level report
It comes on International Holocaust Remembrance Day and the 74th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau camp.
Auckland Holocaust survivor opens up about hiding from the Nazis on a Polish farm
Mr Tamihere has also not ruled out running for Phil Goff’s job.
John Tamihere set to announce Auckland mayoralty bid tomorrow, 1 NEWS understands
The town joins Auckland on the list of the world’s worst.
Drop in housing market predicted, and soon - leading economist
The Independent Complaints Authority has upheld every criticism levelled at police by the family of Nicky Stevens
Waikato DHB slammed in coroner's report into death of mental health patient Nicky Stevens
Te Whare Manaaki opens to shelter homeless women
Auckland Mayor 'not satisfied' homelessness being solved
A Royal Commission has found Australia's banks have been lying to regulators, rigging interest rates and charging customers for advice they never received.
Landmark report tells New Zealand's banks to change culture, remove sales incentives
The proposal has some businesses worried.
Some business owners worried over plan to make Auckland's CBD more pedestrian-friendly
Racing Minister Winston Peters met with some tough questions today.
Racing Board hopes large profit will convince Peters it's doing its job
Sixteen-month-old Otis Porter's parents are pleading for Kalydeco to be funded, to help the toddler live.
Family pleads with Pharmac to help save toddler's life by funding cystic fibrosis ‘wonder drug’
The rate on those who rent out their properties online on sites like AirBNB is kicking in, leading some to question if it's still worth it.
Waiheke holiday home owners rally against new rates hike
The prime minister laid out her vision for the coming years today alongside her coalition partners.
Coalition a show of unity as it defends itself against accusations of cracks in the government