Katie Bradford

01:57
Bill English met orchard workers in Hawke's Bay while Jacinda Ardern went walkabout in Whanganui.

English and Ardern talk business in the regions

Bill English met orchard workers in Hawke's Bay while Jacinda Ardern went walkabout in Whanganui.

02:15
Bill English worked on winning a seat off Labour, while Jacinda Ardern pushed for the youth vote of Dunedin.

Cuddling cats and hugging students – contrasting days on the campaign trail for National and Labour

Bill English worked on winning a seat off Labour, while Jacinda Ardern pushed for the youth vote of Dunedin.

02:15
For the first time the National leader has put a target on reducing child poverty.

Bill English goes big on promise to lift 100,000 Kiwi kids out of poverty

For the first time the National leader has put a target on reducing child poverty.

02:13
The four lane roads will be spread throughout the country, and will cost $10.5 billion.

Bill English promises to spend billions on new highways to help the regions

The four lane roads will be spread throughout the country, and will cost $10.5 billion.

03:23
1 NEWS Katie Bradford has all the party reaction to last night’s shock poll including where to now for the Greens.

Analysis: Does Labour need to do more to help the Greens out – and will they?

1 NEWS Katie Bradford has all the party reaction to last night’s shock poll including where to now for the Greens.

01:59
The Labour Party wants to see civic lessons and financial literacy lessons introduced into schools.

Ardern promises driving lessons, budgeting for high school students as Labour announces new School Leavers' Toolkit

Every student will be given a personalised career plan, at a cost of $30 million a year.

25:48
This week things went from bad to worse for the Greens.

Inside Parliament: It's Not Easy Being Green

This week things went from bad to worse for the Greens.

03:46
1 NEWS political reporter analyses the fallout from Metiria Turei’s electoral and benefit fraud admissions.

Turmoil in the Green Party 'makes them look very unstable' – Katie Bradford

1 NEWS political reporter analyses the fallout from Metiria Turei's electoral and benefit fraud admissions.

01:16
The National Party is stepping up its campaigning, well aware that Labour has momentum under a new leader.

'It's certainly game on now' - National's transport counter-rally against Labour

National is stepping up its campaigning, well aware Labour has momentum, 1 NEWS political reporter Katie Bradford says.

01:56
Bill English revealed a package to rival Labour's, with Auckland and Wellington set to benefit most.

National comes out swinging, with transport promises the topic of the day

Bill English revealed a package to rival Labour's, with Auckland and Wellington set to benefit most.

02:29
What can we expect from Jacinda Ardern and Kelvin Davis? And what has been the reaction in their electorates?

New Labour leadership may mean different approach on certain issues

What can we expect from Jacinda Ardern and Kelvin Davis? And what has been the reaction in their electorates?

01:10
1 NEWS political reporter Katie Bradford brings us the latest on a tumultuous morning for the opposition.

'There is a lot of confusion and chaos going on right now in the Labour caucus'

1 NEWS political reporter Katie Bradford brings us the latest on a tumultuous morning for the opposition.

Social Housing Minister Paula Bennett says too many people decline social housing without “good reason”, prompting a new policy.

State housing waiting list increases by nearly 1500 people on this time last year

Just two weeks ago, Bill English expressed confidence in the Government's housing plans.

02:09
Some owners says more financial assistance is needed as the massive roading rebuild continues.

'It's just hard' – worker shortage threatening future of some Kaikoura businesses

Some owners say more financial assistance is needed as the massive roading rebuild continues.

Documents obtained under the OIA show examples of inappropriate and criminal behaviour by people on the seasonal worker scheme.

Migrant worker exploitation 'name and shame' list released by Government

Fifty three employers have been put on a blacklist in just three months for exploiting migrant workers.

02:18
The change comes after concerns the previous benchmarks were too low.

Meth testing guidelines for properties finally released

The new standards include a two-step testing process to identify the level of contamination in houses.

01:47
Two unions say women who work in the sector are being paid far less than counterparts in similar jobs.

'It's so overwhelming' – mental health care staff latest to file equal pay claim

Two unions today lodged a case with the Employment Relations Tribunal.

Health Ministry Boss makes huge Budget blunder

The costly mistake means more extreme cuts for some district health boards.

00:31
The wellbeing of Kiwi kids was ranked 24th out of 41 OECD countries.

New Zealand's high youth suicide rate highlighted in new report

The rate of 15.6 youth suicides per 100,000 people puts NZ at the bottom of the table.

02:20
The latest 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll shows voters think the government is not doing enough in both areas.

Mental health and housing set to be two of the biggest touch points as politicians duel it out ahead of September's election

The latest 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll shows voters think the government is not doing enough in both areas.

Government Minster Alfred Ngaro sorry for 'poorly judged' homelessness comments

"My comments were wrong, poorly judged and poorly made," he said.

01:53
Rex Tillerson's visit to Wellington drew protests over the decision by Donald Trump to pull out of the Paris climate deal.

'Trump's oil man in the White House' - climate change protesters hit out at Secretary of State in Wellington

Rex Tillerson's visit to Wellington drew protests over the decision by Donald Trump to pull out of the Paris climate deal.

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