00:28
The woman quickly spotted what the man was trying to do and confronted him.

Video: The moment brazen pick-pocket realises he just messed with the wrong bus passenger

A less-than-sneaky thief learns the hard way not to judge his victims by their looks.

00:34
The Spanish side leads 1-0 at the break thanks to Bale's strike.

Real Madrid's fortuitous Gareth Bale goal sinks Man City

Real Madrid defeated Manchester City 1-0 thanks to an deflected Gareth Bale shot.

00:53
The folk singer and Prince fan closed a recent show with the iconic song.

Watch Beck pay tribute to Prince with Raspberry Beret cover

The folk singer and Prince fan closed a recent show with the hit song.

00:34
Steven Joyce says students should treat the student loan living cost as a contribution, not a sole income.

Steven Joyce quashes hopes of increased student loan living costs payments

"Every student through time has felt they should receive more money."

02:27
ONE News Pacific Correspondent Barbara Dreaver has covered many stories about people dying, but none quite like Tae Kami.

Behind the Story: Dying girl brings Tongan King and reporter to tears

ONE News Pacific Correspondent Barbara Dreaver has covered many stories about people dying, but none quite like Tae Kami.

01:17
There will be an extra $39m for the drug-buying agency in this year's budget.

Boost in Pharmac funding welcomed, but doesn't go far enough – Medicines NZ boss

Heather Roy says our medicines funding doesn't stack up against that of other countries.

01:01
Kiwi-born US volleyball ace Hugh McCutcheon shares the secrets to his remarkable coaching success.

Secret to sporting success? No more than one-and-a-half idiots

Kiwi-born US volleyball ace Hugh McCutcheon shares the secrets to his remarkable coaching success.

00:21
A two car crash between Papakura and Drury means a long journey into town.

Major delays for south Auckland commuters after two car crash

A lane and a half is blocked, causing significant delays back to Drury.

00:22
The famous pair showed off their skills on the dance floor during the fashion world's biggest party.

They've got the moves – Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston dance up a storm at Met Gala

The famous pair showed off their skills during the fashion world's biggest party.

00:52
The bill, which passed by one vote, would make it compulsory for all rental properties to have insulation, heating and ventilation.

Labour's healthy homes bill passes first reading, but not without opposition

The government has its own bill that will make landlords insulate their properties.

01:01
New Zealand's double gold medal winner has some pretty smooth moves, as this video shows. Unfortunately, her coach doesn't.

After hauling huge weight, Kiwi golden girl Valerie Adams does the running man

New Zealand's double gold medal winner has some pretty smooth moves, as this video shows. Unfortunately, her coach doesn't.

00:25
Neil Prakash, reportedly an ISIS member, recruiter and attack facilitator, died in a US airstrike late last month.

Senior Australian ISIS fighter killed in US air strikes in Iraq

Neil Prakash, 24, was dubbed Australia's most wanted terrorist.

01:02
The English side are taking on Spanish giants Real Madrid, but won't lack for motivation after this effort.

'Cry baby Ronaldo' – youngster delivers epic Manchester City pep talk

The English side are taking on Spanish giants Real Madrid, but won't lack for motivation after this effort.

01:18
Hectares of a scenic reserve on the Port Hills have been destroyed.

Fireworks possible cause behind Christchurch scrub fire

A large blaze ripped through hectares of scenic reserve at Port Hills.

01:58
Kasich is expected to formally announce that he is leaving the race today, following Ted Cruz's withdrawal yesterday.

Door wide open for Donald Trump after John Kasich plans to end bid for Republican nomination

Donald Trump should have no problem collecting all the delegates needed to win.

02:08
US Secretary of State John Kerry says foreign powers are close to reaching an understanding in Syria.

Deal reached to extend Syria truce to Aleppo, but fighting continues

How important the partial truce proves will depend on its durability.

01:42
Eric Murray and Hamish Bond are not getting ahead of themselves after winning gold at the London Olympics.

NZ rowing champions not taking Rio Olympics lightly – and say Tokyo could even be on the cards

Eric Murray and Hamish Bond are not getting ahead of themselves after winning gold at the London Olympics.

02:07
The government is giving Pharmac an extra $39 million allowing funding for the melanoma drug Opdivo.

'Relief isn't something I feel much': Patients react to Opdivo funding

Jeff Paterson says patients need this drug now and others will be dead before they get help.

02:17
A group of Nobel Prize winners are getting a rare chance to talk to some of the country's young.

North Korea allows dozens of foreign journalists into the country for political congress

What exactly is in store during the congress remains a well-kept secret.

02:05
The 2010 FIFA World Cup was a highlight for many of his teammates but for Sigmund this was not the case.

Retired All White Ben Sigmund opens up about playing career

The 2010 FIFA World Cup was a highlight for many of his teammates but for Sigmund this was not the case.

03:52
There are girls here in NZ that charities say are missing school because they can’t afford products they need.

Kiwi mother and daughter campaign for cheaper sanitary pads

A woman will get her period an average of 450 times, which may result in a sanitary pad bill of more than $11,000.

01:49
Labour will have a second crack at introducing a bill for tougher standards around home insulation and heating in rentals.

Labour takes another shot at tougher housing standards

The government, however, says any costs of getting properties up to standard will inevitably be passed on to tenants.

Police car

Missing man found at Lake Rotorua

A man missing at Lake Rotorua is being treated for hypothermia

Scrub Fire in Christchurch's Port Hills

A large fire that burned through tussock is being treated as suspicious.

04:05
Students at one of Auckland’s top cooking schools were put to the test to create the ultimate mash up.

The ultimate Kiwi food mash up: Weetbix and whitebait fritters?

Students at one of Auckland’s top cooking schools were put to the test to create the ultimate mash up.

01:29
NZ has plummeted back into depression after Mandela’s bodyguard claimed the All Blacks were poisoned at the 1995 World Cup final.

Time to let go of our grudges? The 7 moments Kiwis might need to get over

NZ has plummeted back into depression after Mandela’s bodyguard claimed the All Blacks were poisoned at the 1995 World Cup final.

02:23
A resurgence of fighting in Aleppo is threatening to derail the partial truce with Syria and Russia.

John Kerry warns Syrian leader about breaking ceasefire agreement

A resurgence of fighting in Aleppo is threatening to derail the partial truce with Syria and Russia.

01:48
The Behind the Wheel programme is aimed at helping young people get skilled and legal behind the wheel.

Frightening number of unlicensed drivers on the road in south Auckland

The Behind the Wheel programme is aimed at helping young people get skilled and legal behind the wheel.

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