Ardern claims 'no qualms' about bringing up climate but says she'll focus on trade with Trump, Johnson

The PM has several topics she hopes to discuss at the UN General Assembly and her meetings with world leaders in New York.

Lime not responding to claim it removed scooter from scene after fatal Auckland crash

"We are co-operating fully with the authorities on their investigation and this includes providing the scooter and its data to them," the company said.


The power of 'Beau’unga', and an Ireland-Boks quarter-final? Five things we learned from RWC opening weekend

Brodyn Knuckey makes five observations after the first seven games of this year's World Cup in Japan.

Unvaccinated staff, students at Wellington school ordered to stay home after measles diagnosis

Students who were in any of the affected classes were told to urgently provide a copy of their immunisation record to the school.


NZ’s population has grown at fastest rate in over 50 years, newly released Census results reveal

Statistics New Zealand says it suggests the population is expected to reach five million next year.


Truckie opens up about son's suicide, and his own struggle, as Mental Health Awareness Week begins

His best advice to those struggling is to actually seek professional help.

Auckland landlord fined nearly $25k after failing to lodge tenancy bonds on 32 occasions

Rinal Kumar was also fined after failing to provide documentation in compliance with tenancy law.

End of New Zealand's golden weather as heavy rain, gale force winds set to sweep in

The first official day of spring was over the weekend, and it felt like it. But it won't last.


Full video: Jacinda Ardern takes media questions while in New York for UN meeting

The Prime Minister has just met with United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres.


Australian PM Scott Morrison announces plans to join space race

The PM announced NZ$162 million to help Australians latch on to NASA's plans to head back to the moon by 2024.

Bullying in the police: Victim asked if she had 'period troubles'

The comment was made after the former detective constable complained about a coworker.


Deaf advocates help celebrate International Day of Sign Languages

New Zealand sign language is one of 300 recognised across the globe.


Spark confident streaming service up to task for remaining Rugby World Cup following glitches

CEO Jolie Hodson joined Breakfast to discuss customer complaints regarding the All Blacks game.

Backstreet Boys announce additional New Zealand show for world tour

The legendary boyband have added a second Auckland show for Sunday, May 17 next year.

Protestors trample Chinese flag, vandalise subway as violence returns to Hong Kong

A hardcore group of protestors says the extreme actions are needed to get the government’s attention.


Christchurch mayor bans councillor from events involving young people after complaints

A councillor allegedly sent "grossly inappropriate" messages to three people, then aged between 13 and 21, over a three-year period.

Cadbury's Caramilk chocolate is set to return to NZ shelves after 'overwhelming fan requests'

The chocolate makers also announced another prize which involves an immersive pop-up Caramilk Café experience.


Jacinda Ardern's meeting with Trump to be a 'main attraction' of UN General Assembly

1 NEWS US correspondent Rebecca Wright talks about what to expect from the PM’s New York visit this week.

US presidential candidates find inspiration in New Zealand for gun buyback proposals

The question, though, is how? The number of AR-15 and AK-47s in the US is estimated at a staggering 16 million.


Statistics New Zealand to release 2018 Census data today after series of delays

Today’s data set will include electoral boundaries and population numbers.


UK's Boris Johnson heads to UN, urging world to see beyond Brexit

The British PM is likely to be dogged by Brexit throughout his three-day trip to the General Assembly in New York.


Japanese fans queue for hours to meet their All Black heroes

Over 200 fans queued outside the Mori Art Museum Minato City in Tokyo for the opportunity.


Iran's president warns Western powers to leave Persian Gulf as tensions heightened

"The farther you go from our region and our nations, the more security would come for our region," Hassan Rouhani says.


Billy Vunipola sent flying by ex-Waikato enforcer Zane Kapeli in emphatic RWC hit

England's Vunipola looked to find a linebreak against Tonga but all he discovered was the Sapporo turf.

Youngest local body election candidate in Auckland says youth 'neglected'

Nineteen-year-old Isaac Mercer is standing for a seat in the Ōrākei Local Board in central Auckland.


Kids get a taste of Antarctica at Young Explorers Summit in Christchurch

Twenty school children were selected to attend the Young Inspiring Explorers summit.


England beat courageous Tonga to open their RWC campaign

Relive 1 NEWS Now's live updates of Pool C's second game in Sapporo, Japan.


Ireland likely dodge meeting All Blacks in RWC quarter-final after win over Scotland

Joe Schmidt's men will almost certainly finish top of Pool A with a 27-3 victory.

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