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There's debate over whether visits at Waitangi's lower marae are appropriate.
Political reporter Katie Bradford brings us the latest from Te Tii marae at Waitangi.
The Prime Minister will go to Waitangi but some in Nga Puhi say he is not welcome.
New Zealand is now ranked fourth out of 167 countries on the global list of rankings on corruption.
NZ's lowest paid workers are finally set to get what they were campaigning for five years ago.
The Government has released new details about the controversial TPP agreement.
The Social Housing Minister is working on a policy to encourage people in state housing to move to the regions.
ONE News reporter Katie Bradford looks back at the year in New Zealand politics.
Korea-born Kyung Yup Kim is facing charges related to death of a woman in Shanghai.
Some big challenges face New Zealand as it tries to meet climate change targets agreed by the government in Paris.
A petition will be presented to Parliament to establish a new public holiday marking the NZ Land Wars.
The Government has three community housing providers on board and says two more will commit in the coming weeks.
A deal was brokered after the Salvation Army told the Government there were too many roadblocks.
CYF was ordered to review the way it handled the case.
There were winners and losers in today's announcement – with some taking more of a tumble than others.
The UN has urged members to take ‘all necessary measures’ to combat the terrorist group.
Some groups want New Zealand to put pressure on other governments to do more.
John Key's met China's president in the Philippines and expects to talk with Obama about trade and terrorism.
The PM has paid tribute to Jonah Lomu from Manila where he is attending the APEC forum.
Terrorism is likely to dominate talks at the APEC summit in the Philippines.
"That's the first time I've said that out loud."
A group of protesters had to be pushed back by police after entering the building.
The Prime Minister was hitting back about his Government's stance on New Zealand detainees caught up in riots.
Labour MPs have walked out of the debating chamber as John Key was answering questions about Christmas Island.
Opponents of the deal say the lengthy documents hold no surprises.
Nicky Hager has complained to the Privacy Commissioner over the case.
Over 10 months of his banking transactions were handed to police without a court order.
Treasury opened the books for the 2014/2015 financial year today and revealed the wish of Mr English has finally come true.
Katie Bradford is a ONE News Political Reporter.
Political Reporter Katie Bradford takes a look at what the deal involves and will give New Zealand.
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