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Cannabis has been legalised in Canada for people over the age of 18. It’s the second country in the world to legalise the sale of the recreational drug.
Who's Annabel Langbein collaborating with for her latest cookbook? Hint: she's keeping it in the family.
Trust is one of the most written about and researched topics when it comes to relationships. But can you repair and rebuild it once it's been broken?
A customised van is hitting the streets of Auckland this week, equipped to help the city's rough sleepers with washing machines and showers. Our reporter Andrew Macfarlane went and caught up with the Orange Sky team, which is aiming to help the homelessness crisis.
Silver Ferns coach Noeline Taurua says the team will have to put everything on the line to win tomorrow's Constellation Cup decider - and that Maria Folau is crucial if they want to upset the Aussies again.
Australia's buzzing with royal fever! Kimberlee Downs told us what the Duke and Duchess will be getting up to today.
National Deputy leader Paula Bennett stands by her claims about the outgoing National MP, but denies accusing him of sexual assault.
Outgoing National MP Jami-Lee Ross’ allegations raises questions about leader Simon Bridges’ leadership
1 NEWS political editor Jessica Mutch McKay spoke to Breakfast this morning about the explosive allegations and its threat to Mr Bridges leadership.
Paula Bennett has stood by National leader Simon Bridges in a tense interview with Jack Tame.