Ryan Boswell

01:52
Housing Minister Phil Twyford is looking into a share equity scheme.

Families struggling to pay for house deposits may soon be able to partner with Government in equity scheme

"I think the Salvation Army feel like they'd like us to go further and faster and I share that impatience," says the Housing Minister.

01:58
The Human Rights Commission says the 60-year-old law is outdated and discriminatory.

Calls for children's rights to be recognised in review of 'outdated' adoption laws

The Human Rights Commission describes the 60-year-old legislation as outdated and discriminatory.

02:10
Analysts have told 1 NEWS they think the Defence Force is already preparing for cyber attack.

Defending ourselves is no longer enough to fight off cyber attacks, experts say

Analysts have told 1 NEWS they think the Defence Force is already preparing to fight back.

Ms MacGregor's lawyer says only her client can say whether she is happy with the sum awarded by the Human Rights Tribunal.

Colin Craig sought out Rachel MacGregor in 'irregular and inappropriate ways' court told

The former Conservative Party leader and his former press secretary are suing each other for defamation.

The former Conservative Party leader says that defending a defamation case taken against him is all about protecting his reputation.

Colin Craig to reveal text messages detailing 'true nature of relationship with' Rachel MacGregor

The former Conservative Party leader and his press secretary are suing each other for defamation.

01:41
It’s moving temporarily while the original premises get an upgrade.

Temporary relocation of Auckland City Mission ruffles some neighbours' feathers

The new spot for the next two years is close by while its existing site undergoes a makeover.

02:13
From discrimination to an overpriced rental market and family violence, the homeless face a raft of challenges.

Homeless in New Zealand: 'I was struggling to get a tenancy in my own country' - What's keeping the homeless on the street?

Housing First says it’s much easier for homeless people to deal with issues like addiction, mental and physical health once they have a safe, warm, stable place to live.

01:59
1 NEWS reporter Ryan Boswell spoke to three men who are or were homeless about the reason they became homeless.

1 NEWS investigates homelessness in New Zealand: The faces of New Zealand's homeless

1 NEWS reporter Ryan Boswell spoke to three men who are or were homeless about the reasons they ended up living rough.

01:59
The warning comes a day before the first rough sleeper count takes place in Auckland.

‘Not enough is being done’ – homeless advocacy groups warn demand is on the rise

The warning comes a day before the first rough sleeper count takes place in Auckland.

01:47
Housing NZ will only lease homes build after 2000, but critics say it’s a ludicrous position in the current housing climate.

Housing New Zealand accused of making a 'mockery' of the housing crisis by rejecting homes because of their age

Judith Collins said the agency needs to look at the “dopey policy” given the current demand for state housing.

01:47
Housing NZ will only lease homes build after 2000, but critics say it’s a ludicrous position in the current housing climate.

‘It’s a dopey policy’ – Auckland home owner stunned after state landlord rejects offer of a house for the homeless

Housing NZ will only lease homes build after 2000, but critics say it’s a ludicrous position in the current housing climate.

01:46
The Salvation Army is warning that people will die on the streets, unless urgent action is taken.

Salvation Army warns homeless people will die this winter unless urgent action taken

The Sallies want community organisations like churches to open their doors during the colder months.

02:07
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff has fronted up over residents being forced to live life on the street or in cars.

Fleas, stock market crash and cost of rent - hear the stories behind some of Auckland's 26,000 homeless

1 NEWS took to the streets to meet some of those forced to live in parks and cars.

02:38
Those in community housing schemes look unlikely to receive the same pay-out as Housing NZ tenants caught up in the meth testing debacle.

Social housing tenants evicted over meth contamination may miss out on compensation

Those in community housing schemes look unlikely to receive the same pay-out as Housing NZ tenants.

02:02
The shocking admission by Housing New Zealand has social agencies pleading for a more compassionate approach to be taken to housing the vulnerable.

Government stands by Housing New Zealand evictions

National spokeswoman Judith Collins says each eviction needs to be looked at individually.

02:02
The shocking admission by Housing New Zealand has social agencies pleading for a more compassionate approach to be taken to housing the vulnerable.

Families with children kicked out of state housing for not paying their rent

Housing New Zealand evicted 87 families between 2014-15 and 2017-18.

01:49
Tens of millions of dollars are being spent on those struggling – but not all beneficiaries are following the rules.

Tenants behaving badly: Government expects to recoup $5m from emergency housing recipients who didn’t follow the rules

Tens of millions of dollars are being spent on those struggling – but not all beneficiaries are following the rules.

03:05
The country’s top scientists say they’re no health risks from third hand exposure where P has been consumed.

No link between third-hand exposure to meth and adverse health effects: new report

Remediation only appropriate for identified former P labs and homes where high use has taken place.

01:50
Thirty-one complaints of this kind were made by prisoners between 2012 and 2016.

Inmates at numerous New Zealand prisons accuse jail staff of sexual abuse and serious assaults

1 NEWS first asked for the information in 2016 but was declined by Corrections on the grounds that "it did not exist in a form that could be readily supplied".

01:52
Bright's home is being sold as she has refused to pay rates for over a decade.

Auckland activist Penny Bright may have ovarian cancer, asks for forced sale of house to be halted

The scare comes as council puts her house up for sale over unpaid rates.

01:47
The discovery has prompted the government to step in.

Shocking admission: WINZ had been using tents to house homeless

In the last year 20 families have asked for hardship grants through Work and Income to buy a tent to live in.

00:53
Garth McVicar wrote on Facebook "one less to clog the prisons, congratulations to New Zealand Police.”

Sensible Sentencing Trust criticised for 'disgusting' comments on fatal police shooting

Garth McVicar made a controversial Facebook post about the incident.

02:15
The Ministry of Health is planning more research into the impact that increasingly extreme and violent pornography has on the health of New Zealanders.

Ministry of Health wants more research into impact of pornography

Children as young as 10 watching increasingly violent porn.

01:23
David Clark said the Counties Manukau DHB isn't the only one with leaky buildings, after alleged funding neglect by the last government.

Clean up cost of $1.6 billion for rotting Auckland DHB buildings disputed by Health Minister

David Clark said the Counties Manukau DHB isn't the only one with leaky buildings.

00:37
The powerful opiate has been detected at music festivals, Wendy Allison says, with users believing they were taking something else.

Super-strong opiate Fentanyl detected in New Zealand for the first time

It's killed thousands of people around the world and now Fentanyl is here.

01:33
The 67-year-old was found not guilty of assisting the suicide of her friend after giving her imported drug Pentobarbitone in 2016.

'Rejoicing it's over' - Wellington jury find euthanasia advocate Susan Austen not guilty of assisting friend's suicide

Susan Austen was accused of giving the drug pentobarbitone to Annemarie Treadwell in 2016, knowing she would commit suicide.

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