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Laura James

01:45
The water once provided Auckland’s drinking supply, but too many geese have moved in.

Auckland Council looks to encourage eel population, reduce goose poo at Western Springs

While water from Western Springs once helped supply Auckland, water quality and lake pollution from birds have plagued the park for years.

Doctor with patient (file picture).

Hospitals around New Zealand prepare for junior doctors strike

District health boards say the strike shouldn't stop people from seeking medical attention.

02:36
The Attitude Awards, which is in its 11th year, honoured a woman who’s been serving the blind community for more than 20 years.

Woman who served blind community for over two decades honoured at Attitude Awards

"I'm so inspired by everybody's stories," said Martine Abel-Williamson.

02:31
The fight comes a week after an event in Christchurch saw a man knocked unconscious – he died four days later.

'It breaks my heart' - organiser of upcoming charity boxing event saddened by man's death, but taking every precaution

Diamonds in the Ring charity event comes a week after tragic events at a similar fight night in Christchurch.

00:48
Organiser Annie Tatton is displaying entries from Shoe Extravaganza in an exhibition for the first time.

Weird and wonderful shoes on display as part of artistic competition

Organiser Annie Tatton is displaying entries from Shoe Extravaganza in an exhibition for the first time.

02:01
The international creation will be performed at Auckland Museum.

Inter-generational dance project explores women's movement in New Zealand

You can see RESPECT: Perspectives in Motion in Auckland tomorrow.

02:06
The country’s one of the world’s poorest and is still recovering from decades of war.

‘They've never seen the ocean’ - Kiwi family helps to build camp for Cambodian children

Craig Greenfield gave up his career in technology to move to a Cambodian slum where he’s helping impoverished children.

01:49
It’s an immersive dining experience with storytelling, music and Greek food all rolled into one.

New 'Mammia Mia' show set to wow ABBA fans in London

It’s an immersive dining experience with storytelling, music and Greek food all rolled into one.

02:10
Māori, Polynesian and Chinese culture will feature in the work choreographed by Moss Patterson.

Māori, Polynesian, Chinese culture feature in dance show exploring Manukau's history

ONE The Earth Rises will be performed at the Vodafone Events Centre one night only - tonight.

01:38
Facial hair aficionados from all over the country gathered in Auckland to be judged in the fifth year of the New Zealand beard and moustache competition.

Facial hair enthusiasts gather for NZ beard and moustache competition

Facial hair aficionados from all over the country gathered in Auckland to be judged in the fifth year of the New Zealand beard and moustache competition.

01:46
A Māori playwright and director are behind Cradlesong, with a genre they say is fairly new to Kiwi theatres.

Award-winning thriller hitting Auckland stage - 'It will make you squeal'

A Māori playwright and director are behind Cradle Song, with a genre they say is fairly new to Kiwi theatres.

01:57
Mr Burns is on at the Silo Theatre and features some well-known Kiwi performers including Ana Scotney from The Breaker Upperers and Joel Tobeck from Sons of Anarchy.

New play based on The Simpsons opens in Auckland

Mr Burns features some well-known Kiwi actors including The Breaker Upperers' Ana Scotney and Joel Tobeck from Sons of Anarchy.

02:12
Crying men follows issues like domestic violence and follows three generations of Pacific men.

Dance show through Pasifika lense aims to crack open New Zealand's masculine culture - 'Men should have a cry'

"I grew up in a Samoan family and we were always taught to be a certain way, and of course growing up in New Zealand, which I guess is a very masculine society."

01:48
About 45,000 people are expected to show up at the ASB Showgrounds in Auckland for the five-day event.

At Australasia's largest home show in Auckland, going tiny is big

An estimated 45,000 people are expected to visit the ASB Showgrounds this week.

01:43
As 1 NEWS’ Laura Twyman reports, they’re already seeing great results.

'They definitely light up' - Lego being utilised in New Zealand schools to help teachers help autistic students

Twelve-year-old Keir Wesley has become calmer and more confident since he joined Lego club.

01:48
Official ticketing companies in New Zealand moving to step up pressure on Viagogo

Event companies meet after legal action against ticket reseller Viagogo announced

The companies - including Ticketmaster, Eventfinda, and iTicket, are looking for ways to minimise the damage done by scalper havens like Viagogo.

01:34
Robert Nelson was fatally shot early Sunday, with two others, including his girlfriend, seriously hurt.

'My son didn't deserve to die like that' - mother's desperate plea for help finding her son's killer following Hamilton shooting

Robert Nelson was fatally shot early Sunday, with two others, including his girlfriend, seriously injured.

01:54
The chart will rank songs based on how many new listeners they attract in a week.

'It's like a competitive race'– NZ's first Hot40 chart to be released today

The chart will rank songs based on how many new listeners they attract in a week.

00:35
Three people were sent to hospital as a precaution.

Watch: Aftermath of school bus crash on Auckland's North Shore

St John Ambulance says three patients were transported to hospital.

01:58
In June 2017, 70 people died when the residential tower caught on fire.

New Zealand buildings' cladding risk should be outlined in LIM reports - lawyer

Yesterday Auckland Council revealed 25 buildings that have the same cladding as London's Grenfell tower.

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