Katie Bradford

01:46
Mrs Fox owes $160,000 after a failed affordable housing development.

Embattled former Maori party co-leader Marama Fox is promising to pay back the money she owes

Mrs Fox owes $160,000 after a failed affordable housing development.

01:43
The proposal has some businesses worried.

Some business owners worried over plan to make Auckland's CBD more pedestrian-friendly

Some businesses are worried about how they'll do their daily jobs.

Racing Minister Winston Peters met with some tough questions today.

Racing Board hopes large profit will convince Peters it's doing its job

A profit of $145.9 million – up $1.9m from last year – has been revealed today.

02:01
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’

Otis Porter's dad says Kalydeco would have a huge effect on his son's life.

01:53
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

Some holiday home owners say their rates bills have been so high they are considering getting out of the AirBNB business.

03:28
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

Over the past month, the government has been struggling with disagreements over issues and troubled ministers.

01:52
Sewing needles and pins have been deliberately placed inside strawberries across the ditch.

Aussie strawberry scandal causes concern in New Zealand

Sewing needles have been deliberately placed inside strawberries across the ditch.

02:12
Work has stopped on a handful of renovations and the council may face a big bill.

Mass Auckland Council bungle halts house renovation projects, could stymie 430 homeowners

The Council's consent team revealed today that homeowners may have been wrongly handed consents.

01:49
Freedom campers represent three per cent of tourists and spent $530 million last year alone – but they also bring issues.

Councils getting government funding to deal with freedom campers

Money will be used to build toilets and showers, create infrastructure and on enforcement.

01:58
The findings come from Infometric economists, who predict a cooling of the economy next year.

Booming provincial areas help keep economy afloat as cities start to slow down

Provincial economies are driving growth by building on the recovery of dairy prices in 2016.

00:33
Harry Roque said President Rodrigo Duterte  doesn’t care what other countries - including New Zealand - think of his human rights record.

Philippines president ‘doesn’t care what NZ and world think about his human rights record’

Rodrigo Duterte's closest aide told 1 News the hardline approach is working.

02:21
Hawaii politician Doug Chin took his opposition to President Donald Trump’s ruling to the US Supreme Court.

Politician who challenged President Trump's travel ban says: 'I'll be on right side of history'

Hawaii's Doug Chin spoke to 1 NEWS before the landmark court decision.

Maori far more likely to be injured at work, Government says

Maori are over represented in injury statistics and high-risk sectors, such as forestry and construction.

Employers warn Government they ignore manufacturing 'at their peril'

A major report on the sector identifies difficulty in finding skilled tradespeople as one issue.

02:07
The Labour-led Government has released a report produced in 2015 that was never made public.

Government promising more traffic cops to fight road toll

An unreleased 2015 report critical of National's safe roads program has been released by the government.

03:07
The former Health Minister is under fire for his claimed ignorance of four leaky buildings in the Auckland hospital.

Jonathan Coleman says he was never told of rotting buildings at Middlemore Hospital

The former Health Minister is under fire for four leaky buildings in the Auckland hospital.

02:04
Parents, teachers and even the Government say more clarity is needed around the guidelines for restraining children.

Teachers in NZ restrain troubled students over 1000 times in just six months

Parents, teachers and the Government say more clarity is needed around the guidelines for restraining children.

09:39
We look at this week where some Kiwi parents stand up to Plunket.

Inside Parliament: How Plunket alienated so many parents with its restructure

Public opinion has turned against the beloved organisation.

02:01
About 1,000 people with disabilities are paid less than the minimum wage due to a special exemption.

Paying people with disabilities less than minimum wage possibly to be abolished

About 1,000 people with disabilities are paid less than the minimum wage due to a special exemption.

02:14
After Simon Bridges took out the latest leadership contest, we look back at what happened at National's last contest.

Inside Parliament: Will history repeat for National? Take a look back at the last leadership contest outcome

After Simon Bridges took out the latest leadership contest, we look back at what happened at National's last contest - when Jim McLay took over from Robert Muldoon in 1984, following the party's election defeat.

01:44
Associate Agriculture Minister Meka Whaitiri has asked officials to see how animal welfare can be improved.

Government to look at use of electric prodders and tail twisting at rodeos - but doesn't want a ban

Associate Agriculture minister Meka Whaitiri has asked officials to see how animal welfare at rodeos can be improved.

00:40
Commissioner Mike Bush said some of the crimes "could be driven out of wanting a few minutes of fame".

'It is a concern' - more Kiwi women committing crimes and in custody

Commissioner Mike Bush said some of the crimes "could be driven out of wanting a few minutes of fame".

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