Katie Bradford

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There's a severe weather watch in Gisborne, where Katie Bradford is reporting from today.

'Some nice sideways rain going on right now' - Gisborne still being hit hard by rain

There's a severe weather watch in Gisborne, where Katie Bradford is reporting from today.

01:44
ONE News Reporter Katie Bradford reports from Wairoa with the latest on the wet weather.

'The worst is expected to hit this afternoon and tonight' - Hawke's Bay, East Coast set to be hit hard by rain

ONE News Reporter Katie Bradford reports from Wairoa with the latest on the weather.

The amnesty period has ended, and dog officers are being overwhelmed by thousands of illegal animals in the city.

Raft of stricter dog control measures in proposed new law

They will come alongside a new summer programme aimed at reducing the risk of dog attacks.

00:57
The NZ First leader wasn’t backing down to Katie Bradford over his party's moves to halt the progression of five Treaty bills.

'Bickering! Excuse me!' – Winston Peters and ONE News reporter exchange frank views on Treaty stoush

The NZ First leader wasn't backing down to Katie Bradford over his party's moves to halt the progression of five Treaty bills.

00:41
The Minister of Treaty Negotiations wasn't happy at the NZ First leader's moves to stop the passing of five Treaty bills.

Insults fly over NZ First's stopping of the passing of five Treaty bills

Four hundred iwi members were due to travel to Wellington to attend the final readings.

NZ First makes 'bizarre u-turn' on supporting Treaty settlement legislation

Hundreds of iwi members may be left thousands of dollars out of pocket.

02:17
The Kermadec Islands will soon be home to an ocean sanctuary twice the size of New Zealand’s land mass.

Labour and Greens threaten to pull support over Kermadec Ocean Sanctuary

Legislation has been delayed while the Government negotiates with the Maori Party and Te Ohu Kaimoana.

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The talks come about after months of negotiations between government ministers and the Maori Fisheries Trust.

Kermadec dispute: Maori Party cites 'examples where indigenous groups have fishing rights inside sanctuary areas'

Months of negotiations were held between the Govt and Maori seafood body To Ohu Kaimoana.

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Chief whip Chris Hipkins calls on the Speaker to investigate Parliamentary Services blocking emails containing sensitive Government information.

Labour MPs outraged their emails 'blocked' by Parliament officials

Chris Hipkins says he tried to send an email containing sensitive Government information to a journalist last night.

00:59
Jan Logie, backed by fellow female parliamentarians, said Ms Upston had plenty of options to get involved.

'NZ women don't deserve a minister who doesn't give a damn' - Greens call for minister's resignation

Louise Upston has refused to publicly comment on the Chiefs stripper scandal.

The Government hopes its new national policy statement on housing will help to cool the housing market.

One in four NZ households spend more than half of their income on housing costs - new report

Housing costs are up from 14 per cent in the late 1980s to 20 per cent in 2015.

The drop comes after a change in the way job seekers are counted.

More must be done to fix the mismatch between unemployed and job vacancies - Little

"Employers need to make an extra effort to help encourage young people into work."

02:21
Labour's affordable housing policy aims to build 100,000 homes over 10 years, but their pricing may still be too high for some.

Surprise $24m boost for Auckland social housing

Social Housing Minister Paula Bennett says the money will see "more and faster development of social housing".

00:52
Labour, the Greens and the Maori Party have been touring the country hearing submissions on their inquiry.

Solo mum tells MPs she's been treated 'less than human' by WINZ

The last day of a homelessness inquiry has heard from a woman who fears for her life.

02:23
Is the Hawke's Bay town’s scare a wake-up call for the rest of New Zealand?

Should all New Zealand drinking water be treated?

Between 20 and 30 per cent of the country drinks untreated water .

01:06
Special fund established for struggling Havelock North businesses following gastro outbreak

Nearly a dozen businesses 'faced ruin' following Havelock North water crisis

A $200,000 recovery fund has been set up to help struggling businesses.

02:10
A rental shortage in the tourist haven is forcing people into hotels, cars and even on to the streets.

Taupo latest to feel the heat from Auckland's housing crisis

A distinct lack of rental properties has been caused by Aucklanders fleeing the competitive market further north.

02:02
The Hawke's Bay Regional Council has growing concerns about maintenance of water bores.

Havelock North locals to get $57 rates rebate following water crisis

The town has been almost dead for two weeks as the community fights to get back on its feet.

02:06
The findings might provide information for potential legal action, but John Key says that’s not its purpose.

Residents told to choose between pure and chlorinated water in future following gastro outbreak

Some Havelock North residents have complained the chlorination in their water is now causing skin problems.

02:06
The findings might provide information for potential legal action, but John Key says that’s not its purpose.

Council and DHB in 'recovery and investigation' mode over gastro crisis

The Government will release the terms for an inquiry into the water crisis later today.

03:36
The water in nearby Hastings has now tested positive for E coli as well.

Hastings, Flaxmere water supply found contaminated as infections rise

The Hawke's Bay water contamination has spread and campylobacter cases are nudging 500.

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Authorities have confirmed an elderly woman had campylobacter in her system when she died at the weekend.

Water tests for Hastings and Flaxmere clear, 4100 however have been hit with gastro

Hawke's Bay DHB CEO Kevin Snee says the health system has coped well with the outbreak.

Buyer found for the Government's state houses in Tauranga

The government is reassuring tenants the status-quo won't change despite new ownership.

ANZ urges Kiwis to pay off home loans and save after interest rate cut

The bank's boss believes lowering lending rates will only fuel the fire in an overheated housing market.

Gerald Waters says interlocks should be offered as a solution to curbing recidivist drink drivers.

Govt ramping up use of interlock systems to prevent drink drivers getting behind the wheel

The Associate transport minister says up to 5000 people a year could face the penalty.

01:54
The Transport Minister says he has concerns about “dozens” of drivers considered unsafe.

NZTA targeting Uber drivers after government rule change

Uber drivers need to have a P-class licence and to pass criminal checks.

03:07
The government says Bain’s ex gratia payment shouldn’t be compared to those who were compensated for their proven innocence.

How does David Bain's payout compare to other historical New Zealand cases?

The government says Bain's ex gratia payment shouldn't be compared to those who were compensated for their proven innocence.

03:04
Amy Adams.

Amy Adams explains why David Bain won't be getting compo

The Justice Minister details why Mr Bain won't receive compensation for wrongful conviction and imprisonment.

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