Katie Bradford

03:12
There’s especially debate over whether visits at Waitangi's lower marae are appropriate.

Key's Waitangi boycott sparks debate about how we celebrate our National Day

There's debate over whether visits at Waitangi's lower marae are appropriate.

01:39
Protesters gather as MPs welcomed to Waitangi marae

TPP protesters gather as MPs welcomed on to Waitangi marae

Political reporter Katie Bradford brings us the latest from Te Tii marae at Waitangi.

02:02
The Prime Minister will go to Waitangi but some in Nga Puhi say he is not welcome.

'John Key, don't you ever come on this marae' – Nga Puhi leader warns PM ahead of Waitangi Day

The Prime Minister will go to Waitangi but some in Nga Puhi say he is not welcome.

02:01
New Zealand is now ranked fourth out of 167 countries on the global list of rankings on corruption.

John Key's dealings with Saudi Arabia causes NZ's position to drop in world anti-corruption rankings

New Zealand is now ranked fourth out of 167 countries on the global list of rankings on corruption.

02:35
Five years ago workers campaigned for $15 an hour minimum wage, and this year they’re going to get it.

Exclusive: Minimum wage rising to at least $15 an hour

NZ's lowest paid workers are finally set to get what they were campaigning for five years ago.

02:11
Opponents of the deal say the lengthy documents hold no surprises.

TPP deal: At least eight laws will have to be changed, Govt reveals

The Government has released new details about the controversial TPP agreement.

02:20
A plan to pay state tenants to move to the regions has some people worried.

Government 'wants to give people options' by offering cash to ditch Auckland

The Social Housing Minister is working on a policy to encourage people in state housing to move to the regions.

03:27
The Government rushed to close legal loopholes, cut through bureaucratic red tape and bow to public pressure.

Year in review: Quick fixes in the corridors of power

ONE News reporter Katie Bradford looks back at the year in New Zealand politics.

Lawyer vows to fight for murder suspect despite China extradition order

Korea-born Kyung Yup Kim is facing charges related to death of a woman in Shanghai.

02:06
Some big challenges face New Zealand as it tries to meet climate change targets agreed by the government in Paris.

'Target is already weak' – Greens leader challenges Government on climate change promise

Some big challenges face New Zealand as it tries to meet climate change targets agreed by the government in Paris.

Fancy another holiday? Call for day to remember NZ Land Wars gains traction

A petition will be presented to Parliament to establish a new public holiday marking the NZ Land Wars.

02:14
The Government has three community housing providers on board and says two more will commit in the coming weeks.

Government and Salvation Army join forces to bring more social houses to Auckland

The Government has three community housing providers on board and says two more will commit in the coming weeks.

01:51
The organisation has done a deal to buy some state houses after initially declining to take part.

Government deal will provide more than 500 new social housing places

A deal was brokered after the Salvation Army told the Government there were too many roadblocks.

01:53
There were winners and losers in today's announcement – with some taking more of a tumble than others.

Jacinda Ardern overtaking colleagues in Labour's party reshuffle

There were winners and losers in today's announcement – with some taking more of a tumble than others.

02:24
The UN has urged members to take ‘all necessary measures’ to combat the terrorist group.

John Key says UN resolution does not change NZ’s stance on ISIS

The UN has urged members to take ‘all necessary measures’ to combat the terrorist group.

02:05
Some groups want New Zealand to put pressure on other governments to do more.

John Key standing firm over refugees

Some groups want New Zealand to put pressure on other governments to do more.

02:00
John Key's met China's president in the Philippines and expects to talk with Obama about trade and terrorism.

Global terror threat high on APEC agenda

John Key's met China's president in the Philippines and expects to talk with Obama about trade and terrorism.

01:05
ONE News reporter Martin Tasker reflects on his personal memories of the All Black legend.

John Key pays tribute: Jonah Lomu 'truly is and was a legend of the game'

The PM has paid tribute to Jonah Lomu from Manila where he is attending the APEC forum.

01:58
Terrorism is likely to dominate talks at the APEC summit in the Philippines.

Security extra tight in Manila as John Key, APEC leaders gather

Terrorism is likely to dominate talks at the APEC summit in the Philippines.

00:40
Police had to force the protesters out of the building during the protest on Auckland’s Quay Street.

Protesters invade Australian consulate after PM's Christmas Island rape remarks

A group of protesters had to be pushed back by police after entering the building.

03:24
The Prime Minister was hitting back about his Government's stance on New Zealand detainees caught up in riots.

Labour fury after John Key claims they are supporting 'rapists' on Christmas Island

The Prime Minister was hitting back about his Government's stance on New Zealand detainees caught up in riots.

00:47
The flare-up occurred during debate on the situation facing Kiwis in detention on Christmas Island.

John Key accuses Labour Party of 'backing rapists', MPs walk out

Labour MPs have walked out of the debating chamber as John Key was answering questions about Christmas Island.

02:11
Opponents of the deal say the lengthy documents hold no surprises.

It's all finally out in the open – TPP agreement details released

Opponents of the deal say the lengthy documents hold no surprises.

01:46
The investigative journalist complained after the bank released his transaction history to police.

Westpac 'modifies' policy after Nicky Hager's banking details are released to police

Nicky Hager has complained to the Privacy Commissioner over the case.

Westpac, please explain! Nicky Hager wants answers after private information given to cops

Over 10 months of his banking transactions were handed to police without a court order.

Government hits surplus says Bill English

Treasury opened the books for the 2014/2015 financial year today and revealed the wish of Mr English has finally come true.

Katie Bradford

Katie Bradford is a ONE News Political Reporter.

04:01
Political Reporter Katie Bradford takes a look at what the deal involves and will give New Zealand.

TPP signed, sealed but will it deliver for NZ?

Political Reporter Katie Bradford takes a look at what the deal involves and will give New Zealand.

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