Katie Bradford

02:05
Of the 500 hectares promised only 25 hectors have been secured and all the money so far allocated to the scheme has been spent

Government's Auckland housing project moving at snail's pace

Nearly a year on Nick Smith spent all the money and secured only 25 hectares.

02:33
A new poll shows a majority of those asked think the tax is a good idea - but the government has ruled it out.

Soft drink tax gains popularity in New Zealand

A new poll shows a majority of those asked think the tax is a good idea - but the government has ruled it out.

Parties unite to rush through Anzac Day alcohol licence change for RSAs

Current liquor laws force RSAs to apply for special licences to serve alcohol in the morning.

02:31
The Secretary - General is appointed by the General Assembly after a nomination from the Un Security Council, a decision is expected about October.

'Anyone in her position, of course we would seriously support' – NZ politicians backing Helen Clark to lead UN

The Secretary - General is appointed by the General Assembly after a nomination from the Un Security Council, a decision is expected about October.

New parents could get 26 weeks paid parental leave if the Labour MP Sue Maroney’s bill passes.

Minimum wage, paid parental leave to increase tomorrow

There'll be a little bit more in the pockets of thousands of Kiwis.

01:58
Mr Lockwood says he bears no ill will towards the country for rejecting his design.

Kyle Lockwood sees amusement in 'Laser Kiwi' flag

Mr Lockwood says he bears no ill will towards the country for rejecting his design.

00:20
The Labour leader says he rang the MP to tell her he didn't think the tweet was a 'good look'.

Labour MP in hot water over snarky flag tweet

Twitter users launched into Sue Moroney after she posted a controverial flag tweet.

02:39
ONE News political reporter Katie Bradford gives her analysis of the referendum process.

'The people have spoken' – what does the flag result mean for NZ?

ONE News political reporter Katie Bradford gives her analysis of the referendum process.

03:17
The results of the second referendum will be revealed tonight.

Will it be the Silver Fern or the Union Jack?

The results of the second referendum will be revealed tonight.

02:04
Figures secured by ONE News show the departments are spending $6 million more than just four years ago.

Government departments' media and communication costs sky rocketing

Figures show the departments are spending $6 million more than four years ago.

01:47
Around 250 people are at the event where the Trade Minister will talk about the TPP's economic benefits for New Zealand.

Trans Pacific Partnership roadshow rolls into Wellington

Around 250 people are at the event where the Trade Minister will talk about the TPP's economic benefits for New Zealand.

03:41

Issues continue to plague WINZ computer system as victims suffer

The system is now at capacity but a backlog of issues continues, and it’s not known how long it will go on.

WINZ clients face service delays over system glitch

Beneficiary groups say they are inundated with calls from frustrated clients.

Labour is crying foul over proposed employment law changes despite the Government promising a new bill has gotten rid of them.

National and Labour agree to do away with controversial zero hour contracts

The Opposition is claiming National has backed down over the issue.

00:39
Mr Joyce says he believes a relatively small number of individuals will be affected.

Massive payroll blunder in Steven Joyce's super-Ministry

A team has been set up within Steven Joyce's own super-ministry to look at the extent of the issues.

Police Minister Judith Collins says gangs are working together to distribute methamphetamine.

Collins accused of trying to hide prison antics

A letter sent to all MPs says they should contact her office before visiting prisons.

QV’s latest report shows property prices dropping in the City of Sails.

Government's 'missing' $2 million to house 120 people each year

Social Housing Minister Paula Bennett promised last year the boost in extra funding.

00:22
Opposition MPS say unless changes are made, they won't support the Employment Standards Bill.

Minister remaining silent on 'tweaks' to zero hours legislation

Last minute negotiations continue between the Government and its support partners over the legislation.

Labour want focus on dangerous driving, not low-end drink driving

Labour's Transport Spokeswoman says there is no evidence the lower limit is saving lives.

Mike Treen from Unite Union says the Govt's plan to introduce set minimum hours is only a small step forward.

Exclusive: Government's zero hours bill in the balance

Michael Woodhouse is in frantic negotiations to ensure the bill can be passed.

03:24
A new direction is being signalled for the Act Party, giving them more of an environmental focus.

Sex toy jokes open ACT Party conference

Jokes about dildos and dead mothers have kicked off this year’s ACT Party conference.

'Surprising' number of requests - Privacy Commissioner on new survey findings

12,000 requests were made in 2015 to ten companies for personal information.

02:08
John Key believes his government is on solid legal ground to outlaw branded tobacco packaging.

Exclusive: Legal fight looms for government over plain tobacco packaging

British American Tobacco and Philip Morris say forcing them to adopt plain packaging on their products breaches copyright - and they will fight New Zealand on it.

01:58
The scalpel is out again on public health spending, with DHBs told to trim nearly $140 million.

Job losses forecast as hospitals warned to make budget cuts

The scalpel is out again on public health spending, with DHBs told to trim nearly $140 million.

02:00
The current quota – 750 people per year – hasn’t changed since 1987 and a decision from the government is due mid-year on whether to change it.

Pressure to up refugee quota: 'If you save one person’s life, that’s a contribution'

The current quota – 750 people per year – hasn’t changed since 1987 and a decision from the government is due mid-year on whether to change it.

01:57
Political reporter Katie Bradford has the latest from Parliament.

'We'd rather die trying' - NZ refugee's plea for Government to increase quota

Heartfelt pleas to double the refugee quota are being heard at Parliament.

01:12
ONE News political reporter Katie Bradford has the latest from Parliament.

Zero hour contracts to become legal despite government promises

A parliamentary select committee is due to report back today on a bill that aims to protect workers.

01:44
Winston Peters

Peters' ban from dusty school bus ride prompts 'please explain'

The NZ First leader alleges Government interference led to him being barred from travelling on the bus in his electorate.

Government's proposed Easter Trading Laws unwanted by local councils

The government wants to allow local councils to introduce bylaws around stores opening on Good Friday.

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.

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