Tom Dillane

'Don't yell at me mate, I'm a New Zealand citizen, I was born here' - Auckland road rage turns ugly

A woman has been accused of racism after footage of her abusing a driver, with his two daughters in the back seat, emerged online.

'A more menacing vibe than the average passive homeless person' - Kiwis feel way less safe at night than a year ago

Police report Kiwis are feeling significantly less safe, and homelessness could be the reason.

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Movember NZ manager Robert Dunne says the charity requires its funding recipients to share their research findings with rival scientists.

'In the early years the medical community didn't necessarily buy into it' - Movember charity's strict rules on handing out funds

If you want research funding from the Movember charity you have to be willing to share results.

The 348-metre Ovation of the Seas, added to the capital's skyline today, following a visit to Milford Sound.

'This is ocean sprawl' - concerns over $10m extension to Queens Wharf so mega cruise ships can berth in Auckland harbour

Auckland's Tourism department wants to enable cruise ships holding more than 5000 passengers to dock.

'Goodbye to our bees' - DOC spraying herbicide on Auckland maunga in suburb which paid $50K to be chemical free

North Head mountain is being sprayed with glyphosate, to the dismay of many local residents.

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Greens MP Julie-Anne Genter said even accounting for age, experience, education the gender pay gap still persists in 2017.

Government working on laws to fix gender pay gap

From today women will effectively be working for free for the rest of the year.

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New Minister for Women insists she's liberated by her portfolio being dropped from Cabinet

"We had asked for the women's portfolio and we had to weigh it up, do we want to do this work?" - Greens MP Julie Anne Genter.

Prime Minister John Key and wife Bronagh look on during the National Party Bus Trip at Pak N Save Lincoln North - he said the job of PM had brought costs and benefits to his family.

'The cost of democracy' - Kiwi ratepayers to fork out up to $400k to replace newly elected MPs

A group of now ex-local government politicians had to vacate their seats after being elected in the 2017 election - and by-elections aren't cheap.

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A car park in Birkenhead is falling away with startling speed.

Raw video: Part of car park tumbles down bank as huge landslip forms on Auckland's North Shore

"We certainly weren't expecting the slip to be that big. I think this has caught everyone by surprise," 1 NEWS was told.

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Prominent scientist Jacqueline Rowarth told farmers OECD nitrate figures put the river in the five cleanest worldwide.

Ratepayers dwarf farming industry by $93 million in funds given to clean up NZ's fresh water in 2017

Contributions to the Government's Freshwater Improvement Fund have been dominated by councils and iwi, while farmers lag far behind.

Timaru battered with more rain today than in typical July month, but no mass-evacuation yet

Civil defence is recommending residents in low lying areas self-evacuate if they feel at risk from floods.

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Most of us use a plastic bag for just twelve minutes, and then never again - but they take decades to decompose.

Vast majority of NZ's mayors demand levy on single use plastic bags

Up to 90 per cent of Kiwi mayors want a levy introduced.

Raw: Chaotic footage as window washer struck by car in South Auckland

"I saw this chap fly through the air and land on the ground," a witness at the scene told 1 NEWS.

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