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Megan Martin

Christchurch's resilience is made official

The Greater Christchurch Resilience Plan has been signed, making the city one of the world's 100 Resilient Cities.

01:48
The Christchurch centre will feature an Olympic-sized swimming pool, netball courts, a gym and even an indoor sprint track.

Cantabrians eagerly await new sports complex: 'It's going to be one of the real turning points of this city'

The Christchurch centre will feature an Olympic-sized swimming pool, netball courts, a gym and even an indoor sprint track.

First images of Christchurch's new $220m sports centre released

It will house and Olympic-sized swimming pool and nine netball courts.

02:07
University of Otago researchers filmed the huge mammals at the sub-Antarctic Auckland Islands.

Video: Spectacular drone footage captures mother whale soothing calf near Auckland Islands

The right whale appears to be calming her baby by stroking it with her pectoral fins.

01:57
The Thousand Days Trust focuses on the idea that the first three years of an infant's life are crucial.

'It's listening to their story' - initiative gives helping hand to at-risk Southland families with babies

The 1000 Days trust focuses on providing babies with the best family environment possible.

01:47
If George or Brenda Hicks of Invercargill suffered from the seven-year-itch, they probably wouldn't remember now.

Seven decades of marital bliss for southern 97-year-olds

If George or Brenda Hicks of Invercargill suffered from the seven-year-itch, they probably wouldn't remember now.

01:51
DOC's most ambitious pest eradication programme yet has seen 13 people spend the winter baiting mice on the islands.

Deadly bait delivered to thousands of mice on Antipodes Islands

DOC's most ambitious pest eradication programme yet has seen 13 people spend the winter baiting mice on the islands.

01:45
Chris Foot was given a bravery award after confronting a shotgun-wielding man in Dunedin in an effort to save two kids.

Humble Dunedin hero says he would do it again in a heartbeat

Chris Foot was given a bravery award after confronting a shotgun-wielding man in Dunedin in an effort to save two kids.

01:43
Kane O'Connor also had a good jacket and some good provisions for his ordeal.

A good keen man survives two nights in freezing, wet Otago bush

Kane O'Connor also had a good jacket and some good provisions for his ordeal.

01:50
Subsidence coupled with rising sea levels could have dire consequences for the area.

South Dunedin consistently sinking towards sea level

Subsidence coupled with rising sea levels could have dire consequences for the area.

00:20
A fallen tree in Arrowtown brought activity to a grinding halt for around 20 minutes.

Remarkables ski field brought to a halt after fallen tree cuts power

Diesel generators had to be used after a tree caused a problem at the ski field.

00:49
Hear from Daniel who was among the 36 stuck on a Central Otago road, Chris Coory from Dunedin Search and Rescue and Inspector Olaf Jensen who has some advice for the adventurous

Cost of Otago 4WD rescue mission rises another $11k

Thirty eight people were trapped in snow near Roxburgh, prompting a massive rescue mission.

00:20
The event is one of more than a 1000 taking place across New Zealand for the Sir Peter Blake Trust Leadership Week.

Leadership programme aiming to get the best female minds into science

Leadership Week is taking inspiration from Sir Peter Blake.

01:51
The mission is on to rescue 36 people stranded in the hills in Central Otago.

Rescue of stranded 4WD motorists in Otago cost taxpayers nearly $60k

The group including children spent a freezing night stuck in snow.

01:14
Workers at the mountain are waiting for temperatures to drop so they can get snow back on the trails.

Coronet Peak more earthy than ski-worthy during Queenstown Winter Festival

Workers at the mountain are waiting for temperatures to drop so they can get snow back on the trails.

01:39
Wales receives massive amounts of support from the EU, so could stand to lose more than the rest of Britain.

What do Welsh rugby supporters make of the UK's decision to quit Europe?

Wales receives massive amounts of support from the EU, so could stand to lose more than the rest of Britain.

01:52
Dunedin's Tainui School came up with the winning moniker, which echoes life on the sea.

Meet Moana, the aptly named albatross chick who will spend most of her time at sea

Dunedin's Tainui School came up with the winning moniker, which echoes life on the sea.

02:12
"He'd turn up in the morning on time, drug free, alcohol free and a smile on his face and actually wanted to work."

What it takes to give an ex-prisoner a job

"He'd turn up in the morning on time, drug free, alcohol free and a smile on his face and actually wanted to work."

01:49
The New Zealand ski industry has turned to climate change experts to predict the long-term future of our ski seasons.

Ski industry turns to climate change experts

The New Zealand ski industry has turned to climate change experts to predict the long-term future of our ski seasons.

00:28
Some people waited through the cold night to be the first on the mountain.

Skiers take to Mt Hutt on day one of snow season

Some waited over night to secure their position as first place down the mountain.

00:41
Renee Duckmanton is the fourth sex worker to die in the city in the past decade.

'You took my child' - sex worker's mother screams at man accused of killing her daughter

The man charged with the murder of Renee Duckmanton appeared in court today.

00:11
It could be a little wait for some before there's any action at the airport.

Ice on runway causes delays at Dunedin Airport

Passengers are preparing to board flights following delays.

New footage of bulldozer mucking in to save four-wheel drives

Steam can be seen pouring from one vehicle as it slowly makes its way along the dug-out road.

02:46
This weekend, people will flock to Oamaru for the national Steampunk Festival, featuring the inaugural teapot race.

'We are the splendid teapot racers of the gas workers guild of gadgeteers, Dunedin'

This weekend, people will flock to Oamaru for the national Steampunk Festival, featuring the inaugural teapot race.

01:45
The group was treated to an action-packed weekend in Central Otago.

Kids with life-threatening illnesses get some special treatment

The group was treated to an action-packed weekend in Central Otago.

01:53
A wide variety of beautiful birds were on show at the event, which attracted large crowds.

All things fine and feathery at the Dunedin Poultry Show

A wide variety of beautiful birds were on show at the event, which attracted large crowds.

00:23
ONE News reporter Megan Martin is in Queenstown, where the snow has turned up.

Queenstown you show off you! Remarkables and Coronet emerge spectacularly from snowstorm

ONE News reporter Megan Martin is in Queenstown, where the snow has turned up.

02:46
A motorcyclist was killed when Wei Kiong Lew crossed some double yellow lines last year.

Tourist driver who killed motorcyclist after crossing yellow lines has most serious charge dropped

Singaporean Wei Kiong Lew will be sentenced on a lesser charge of aggravated careless driving.

04:47
Tom Dodds, a 22-year-old painter, has just three weeks to pay $61k – for helping the Otago Rural Fire Authority put out a fire.

Hunter billed for helping put out Otago fire: ‘If I sold every asset, probably still couldn’t pay’

Tom Dodds, a 22-year-old painter, has just three weeks to pay $61k – for helping the Otago Rural Fire Authority put out a fire.

01:30
There were a few breaks in tradition at unusual Central Otago egg hunt today.

Forget bunnies - this egg hunt featured dinosaurs

There were a few breaks in tradition at unusual Central Otago egg hunt today.

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