Katie Bradford

01:52
The latest Colmar Brunton poll had 61 per cent of people saying yes.

Kiwis want Government to continue sending representatives to Waitangi for annual commemorations

Changes are being proposed to the way politicians are welcomed to Waitangi on February 5.

01:47
Bernie Monk tells MPs that families will fight on, Solid Energy Chair Andy Coup threatens to quit and widow Anna Osbourne says the company is hiding things.

'The insinuation of a cover up is unfounded' - Solid Energy boss tells Pike River families

Pike River families presented a petition to Parliament to retrieve the remains of the dead men.

02:09
The new initiative comes following criticism over NZ's reaction to Trump’s travel ban.

NZ Government sets up 24/7 taskforce to deal with Trump administration

The taskforce is being run by six or seven staff members 24 hours a day.

The organisation has done a deal to buy some state houses after initially declining to take part.

Housing NZ's new boss in blunder over Auckland property numbers

Andrew McKenzie told MPs there would be a net increase of 722 state homes when in fact there'll be 1404.

03:20
"We've got to take issues off our chest, we bring it to caucus," says leader Andrew Little.

Labour MPs who publicly criticised decision to promote Willie Jackson told to pull their heads in

"We've got to take issues off our chest, we bring it to caucus," says leader Andrew Little.

01:16
Lawrence Yule has a new free solution for residents who are paying thousands to combat the taste of chlorinated water.

Havelock North's had more problems with water than any other region

As the Govenrment inquiry begins, it's been revealed Havelock North had a major contamination problem nearly 20 years ago.

01:53
Hawke's Bay Regional Council alleges the district council was in breach of its responsibilities.

Sheep probable cause of gastro outbreak in Havelock North

The Government Inquiry into Havelock North Drinking Water began in the Hastings District Court today.

01:48
Mark Gilbert is leaving Wellington for home tonight after being withdrawn from his duties.

'I'm hoping he will rise to the occasion' – outgoing US Ambassador hopeful about Donald Trump

Mark Gilbert is leaving Wellington for home tonight after being withdrawn from his duties.

Major problems reported with upgrade of Defence Force frigates

The $491m frigate upgrade and four other Government projects have struck snags.

01:52
The Parliamentary year officially came to an end today after English's new line-up was confirmed.

'I'm just gazing at the Prime Minister' - Bill English's deputy chuffed with new roles

The Parliamentary year officially came to an end today after English's new line-up was confirmed.

01:55
Michael Wood has spent just a few days in Parliament since winning the Mt Roskill by-election, but he's already a party spokesman.

Labour's Michael Wood part of the latest political shake-up in a week of many changes

Michael Wood has spent just a few days in Parliament since winning the Mt Roskill by-election, but he's already a party spokesman.

02:08
Pike River families came to Parliament today with a new plan to re-enter the mine entrance.

'I'm now on my second PM and I've had it right up to my eyeballs' - Bernie Monk on fight to enter Pike River mine

Pike River families came to Parliament today with a new plan to re-enter the mine entrance.

01:53
1 NEWS understands that Local Government Minister Sam Lotu-liga is among those likely to go.

Who is set to be cut from Bill English's Cabinet?

1 NEWS understands that Local Government Minister Sam Lotu-liga is among those likely to go.

01:00
1 NEWS political reporter Katie Bradford says some people say English is boring but “I think he’ll be more measured”.

Watch: Bill English 'certainly not the personality that John Key is' - but could he surprise?

1 NEWS' Katie Bradford says some say English is boring but "I think he’ll be more measured".

01:16
Key has vacated his office to make way for Bill English who will today be sworn in as PM.

'There'll be pressure for big names to go' - Bill English expected to shake up Cabinet

Key has vacated his office to make way for Bill English who will today be sworn in as PM.

00:59
1 NEWS Political Reporter Katie Bradford has the latest on all the big shakes ups in Parliament.

Video: Will there be an early election next year?

1 NEWS Political Reporter Katie Bradford has the latest on all the big shakes ups in Parliament.

04:47
John Key has been one of the most popular – and sometimes most awkward – Prime Ministers the country has ever seen.

Flags, Pike River and ponytails – a look back at John Key's legacy

John Key has been one of the most popular – and sometimes most awkward – Prime Ministers the country has ever seen.

03:53
Parmjeet Parmar said history wasn’t on her side, but Michael Wood said his victory came down to old-fashioned campaigning.

'History has proven right' – National plays down Mt Roskill by-election thrashing

Parmjeet Parmar said history wasn’t on her side, but Michael Wood said his victory came down to old-fashioned campaigning.

Auckland mayor Phil Goff is confident Labour's Michael Wood will be his successor in the Mt Roskill electorate.

Labour's Michael Wood wins Mt Roskill by-election

With 32 per cent of the votes counted at 8pm, Mr Wood had over double the number of votes than his rival, National list MP Parmjeet Parmar.

03:24
Voters in the Auckland electorate go to the polls tomorrow to choose their new MP.

Who will replace Phil Goff in Mt Roskill?

Voters in the Auckland electorate go to the polls tomorrow to choose their new MP.

01:07
The seat was vacated by Phil Goff when he became Auckland Mayor.

Candidates in Mt Roskill by-election go door knocking in final push for votes

The seat was vacated by Phil Goff when he became Auckland Mayor.

Women who say they've been paid unfairly to be given extra powers

The Government has today accepted the recommendations of the Joint Working Group on Equal Pay and agreed to change two Acts.

02:02
There have been 43 workplace deaths so far this year, the same as all of last year.

'It's our expectation that workplace accidents and fatalities will reduce' - PM

There have been 43 workplace deaths so far this year, the same as all of last year.

One thousand workers to be brought into NZ for horticulture, viticulture jobs

Michael Woodhouse insists it won't come at the expense of jobs for Kiwis.

01:53
Hawke's Bay Regional Council alleges the district council was in breach of its responsibilities.

Government inquiry into Havelock North contamination saga delayed until next year

The inquiry was due to start on the same day as a court case.

01:48
Many people were confused about whether there was a tsunami warning and struggled to get through to 111.

Confusions and complaints over quake response prompts major review of systems

Many people were confused about whether there was a tsunami warning and struggled to get through to 111.

01:01
The Prime Minister will only attend if both security and the right of response are ensured for Waitangi Day next year.

Prime Minister John Key to receive Waitangi Day invite

Pita Parone told 1 NEWS John Key will receive his usual invite and be able to speak.

Local health boards set to take on decisions over water fluoridation

Legislation will allow DHBs rather than local authorities to make the decision on whether water supplies are fluoridated.

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