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Judith Collins holds back tears when speaking about farmers' mental health

The National leader said she will always stand up for farmers and the valuable work they do.

The National leader said she will always stand up for farmers and the valuable work they do.

Covid-19 reveals ‘cracks in the seams’ of public health service – doctor

Dr Felicity Dumble says the sector has been underfunded for years.

Dr Felicity Dumble says the sector has been underfunded for years.

Leading epidemiologist says public health funding is ‘short-sighted’

Professor Michael Baker says the lack of funding leaves New Zealand vulnerable to more health “threats”.

Professor Michael Baker says the lack of funding leaves New Zealand vulnerable to more health “threats”.

23 September | Country TV- The Daily Report

Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe.

Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe.

‘I would never encourage anyone to tattoo me on their person’ – Jacinda Ardern

The Labour Party leader was asked about a National fan getting Judith Collins inked on his thigh.

The Labour Party leader was asked about a National fan getting Judith Collins inked on his thigh.

Judith Collins meets supporter who tattooed her image on his thigh

The National leader met Nik Given in Matamata, although his ink wasn’t on display.

The National leader met Nik Given in Matamata, although his ink wasn’t on display.

Police execute search warrants linked to Head Hunters headquarters in Christchurch

The armed offenders squad and canine handlers were also on the scene.

The armed offenders squad and canine handlers were also on the scene.

‘Can I really do this?’ Ashley Bloomfield speaks about struggle with anxiety during Covid-19 response

The Director-General of Health has spoken about how he dealt with his mental health during lockdown.

The Director-General of Health has spoken about how he dealt with his mental health during lockdown.

Temporary strut installed overnight on Auckland Harbour Bridge, allowing two more lanes to open

The morning started, however, with plenty of gridlock as the bridge remained completely closed until 5am.

The morning started, however, with plenty of gridlock as the bridge remained completely closed until 5am.

'I certainly didn't feel like I was losing' - Judith Collins confident after first leaders' debate

1 NEWS political reporter Benedict Collins wraps up TVNZ's first debate of the 2020 election.

1 NEWS political reporter Benedict Collins wraps up TVNZ's first debate of the 2020 election.

Kāpiti locals fighting plans to sell or repurpose airport land

Residents say the airfield is part of the region’s woodwork and must be saved.

Residents say the airfield is part of the region’s woodwork and must be saved.

‘Politics is not a blood sport’ – Jacinda Ardern says debate was about sharing Labour’s policy

The Labour Party leader believed the debate showed Kiwis what plans her party has for the country post Covid-19.

The Labour Party leader believed the debate showed Kiwis what plans her party has for the country post Covid-19.

‘I could do it again’ – Judith Collins happy with her performance during first leaders’ debate

The National Party leader said she could have spoken for another hour about her party’s policies.

The National Party leader said she could have spoken for another hour about her party’s policies.

Judith Collins blames second Covid-19 lockdown for poor 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton results

The poll showed the National Party sitting on 31 per cent and Collins on 18 per cent as preferred prime minister.

The poll showed the National Party sitting on 31 per cent and Collins on 18 per cent as preferred prime minister.

Collins says National would give skilled international workers same treatment Ardern gave the All Blacks

The National leader says the horticultural industry is crying out for staff.

The National leader says the horticultural industry is crying out for staff.

Covid-19: ‘Weak positive test’ identified in a handful of people in New Zealand

These people may have had the coronavirus in their system since the first lockdown in March.

These people may have had the coronavirus in their system since the first lockdown in March.

Latest 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll sees Labour drop but able to govern alone, National flounder

Meanwhile a number of minor parties saw increases in support.

Meanwhile a number of minor parties saw increases in support.

Jacinda Ardern challenged over growing need for food banks

The Labour leader says she needs more than one term to reduce poverty and lift people’s incomes.

The Labour leader says she needs more than one term to reduce poverty and lift people’s incomes.

Dr Ashley Bloomfield rules out a Covid-19 Alert Level 1.5 for Auckland

The Director-General of health says "at this point we're done with the .5s".

The Director-General of health says "at this point we're done with the .5s".

Dr Ashley Bloomfield reveals further details around recent Covid-19 case who arrived in Auckland

Dr Bloomfield said 85 close contacts were identified from the flight.

Dr Bloomfield said 85 close contacts were identified from the flight.

22 September | Country TV- The Daily Report

Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe

Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe

No new cases of Covid-19 in NZ today, Dr Ashley Bloomfield reports

The good news comes as all of New Zealand outside Auckland returned to Alert Level 1 today.

The good news comes as all of New Zealand outside Auckland returned to Alert Level 1 today.

Crown announces it will not appeal decision for Southern Response to pay out homeowners

Earlier this month, a judge ruled the state insurer misled a Christchurch couple about the cost of rebuilding their quake-damaged home.

Earlier this month, a judge ruled the state insurer misled a Christchurch couple about the cost of rebuilding their quake-damaged home.

National’s Gerry Brownlee announces campaign pledge to expand managed isolation

“We cannot afford to isolate ourselves forever,” the party’s deputy leader said.

“We cannot afford to isolate ourselves forever,” the party’s deputy leader said.

Thousands of Auckland commuters stuck in long lines of traffic for second morning

Lane closures on the damaged Auckland Harbour Bridge are again to blame.

Lane closures on the damaged Auckland Harbour Bridge are again to blame.

New Zealand wakes up to relaxed Covid-19 alert levels today

All regions outside of New Zealand are back to Alert Level 1 for the first time in six weeks.

All regions outside of New Zealand are back to Alert Level 1 for the first time in six weeks.

TVNZ’s first televised party leaders debate of 2020 to be held tonight

Labour leader Jacinda Ardern and National leader Judith Collins will go head-to-head.

Labour leader Jacinda Ardern and National leader Judith Collins will go head-to-head.

TJ Perenara speaks about using Te Reo Māori in camp with All Blacks

The Hurricanes and NZ halfback has been learning te reo, saying he wants his daughter to hear it at home.

The Hurricanes and NZ halfback has been learning te reo, saying he wants his daughter to hear it at home.

Two extra lanes of damaged Harbour Bridge could re-open by end of this week – PM

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says testing is underway for a temporary fix, with the bridge currently at 50 per cent capacity.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says testing is underway for a temporary fix, with the bridge currently at 50 per cent capacity.

Bloomfield says recent Covid-19 case 'should be commended' for vigilance

The man had finished his 14 days of isolation and returned two negative tests before falling ill.

The man had finished his 14 days of isolation and returned two negative tests before falling ill.

‘I made a mistake’ – Jacinda Ardern admits error in Palmerston North selfie

Ardern has admitted her maskless selfie with a group in Palmerston North wasn’t a great idea.

Ardern has admitted her maskless selfie with a group in Palmerston North wasn’t a great idea.

Cabinet agrees to buy vaccines for up to 50 per cent of NZ and protectorates’ populations

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says it won’t be the only agreement New Zealand enters into.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says it won’t be the only agreement New Zealand enters into.

21 Sept | Country TV: The Daily Report

“Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe”

“Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe”

Auckland moving to Alert Level 2 on Wednesday night, rest of country goes to Level 1 tonight

Cabinet is moving on the provisional plans made a fortnight ago.

Cabinet is moving on the provisional plans made a fortnight ago.

No new cases of Covid-19 in NZ

Dr Bloomfield provided an update on the man who tested positive after leaving managed isolation.

Dr Bloomfield provided an update on the man who tested positive after leaving managed isolation.

Survivors of abuse in state care to give evidence today as hearings on redress process begin

The hearings have been described as a major milestone for the investigation.

The hearings have been described as a major milestone for the investigation.

Traffic moving freely with periods of congestion on Auckland’s Harbour Bridge

The bridge remains at half capacity after strong winds tipped a truck into the structure on Friday.

The bridge remains at half capacity after strong winds tipped a truck into the structure on Friday.

Education sector head says he wants to see cannabis legalised in NZ

Perry Rush says young people shouldn’t be criminalised for using the drug.

Perry Rush says young people shouldn’t be criminalised for using the drug.

Siouxsie Wiles says Jacinda Ardern's group selfie at Massey University 'really does' frustrate her

The Auckland University microbiologist says there's an expectation for everybody to follow Covid-19 rules.

The Auckland University microbiologist says there's an expectation for everybody to follow Covid-19 rules.

Traffic chaos expected on damaged Auckland Harbour Bridge this morning

Strong winds tipped a truck into the structure on Friday, bending a strut and forcing the closure of the middle lanes.

Strong winds tipped a truck into the structure on Friday, bending a strut and forcing the closure of the middle lanes.

Cabinet to make decision on Covid-19 alert level moves

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has signalled a move down current restrictions.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has signalled a move down current restrictions.

Judith Collins launches National’s virtual election campaign

Conducted slightly differently this year, the launch was largely held online due to Covid-19.

Conducted slightly differently this year, the launch was largely held online due to Covid-19.

Concerned Tauranga residents call for national guidelines to make school routes safer

It comes after a bus crashed into a power pole bringing down live wires outside an intermediate.

It comes after a bus crashed into a power pole bringing down live wires outside an intermediate.

Early fire season in New Zealand sparks further warnings around reignition

A number of blazes in the wider Canterbury region have re-ignited over the past few weeks.

A number of blazes in the wider Canterbury region have re-ignited over the past few weeks.

Rent bills pile up for restaurant owners in Auckland as Covid-19 fallout continues

Some now owe their landlords thousands of dollars in rent.

Some now owe their landlords thousands of dollars in rent.

Police seeking witnesses after Christchurch shooting left man with serious injuries

A man has been taken to hospital in critical condition following the incident this afternoon.

A man has been taken to hospital in critical condition following the incident this afternoon.

SPCA staff facing 'brutal' online criticism, abuse from the public

Sunday spoke to staff at the animal welfare charity about the mental toll of the public’s criticism.

Sunday spoke to staff at the animal welfare charity about the mental toll of the public’s criticism.

No community cases of Covid-19 for four days in a row

On September 18 zero cases were reported in the community and zero at the border.

On September 18 zero cases were reported in the community and zero at the border.

Staff at Weta Digital hopeful investigation into misconduct allegations will improve workplace conditions

The investigation was ordered by the owners of the visual effects studio.

The investigation was ordered by the owners of the visual effects studio.

Jacinda Ardern tipping Labour’s Wairarapa candidate to cause upset at general election

The Labour leader visited the traditionally National electorate on September 18.

The Labour leader visited the traditionally National electorate on September 18.

Young cousins taking internet by storm with Te Reo Māori music videos

Te Haakura and Atareta are spreading their love for te reo with their infectious music.

Te Haakura and Atareta are spreading their love for te reo with their infectious music.

18 September | Country TV- The Daily Report

Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe.

Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe.

End of Life Bill - what's in the details & how will it affect Māori?

End of Life Bill - what's in the details & how will it affect Māori?

End of Life Bill - what's in the details & how will it affect Māori?

Sustainable construction practices used for $42bil spend on job creation

Sustainable construction practices used for $42bil spend on job creation

Sustainable construction practices used for $42bil spend on job creation

Waihoroi Shortland

Waihoroi Shortland

Waihoroi Shortland

Ngahuia Harawira

Ngahuia Harawira

Ngahuia Harawira

Finney Davis

Finney Davis

Finney Davis

Anaha Hiini

Anaha Hiini

Anaha Hiini

Oranga Tamariki & Iwi in Te Waiariki reach new contractual agreement

Oranga Tamariki & Iwi in Te Waiariki reach new contractual agreement

Oranga Tamariki & Iwi in Te Waiariki reach new contractual agreement

17 September | Country TV- The Daily Report

Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe

Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe

PieFee bakery, Auckland: Kiwi bakery invents French toast pie

What do you get when you combine bacon, banana and egg inside a pie? Some would call it genius.

What do you get when you combine bacon, banana and egg inside a pie? Some would call it genius.

16 September | Country TV - The Daily Report

Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe.

Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe.

15 September | Country TV - The Daily Report

Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe.

Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe.

14 September | Country TV - The Daily Report

Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe.

Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe.

Ministers Andrew Little and Phil Twyford announce Living Wage policy

Labour ministers Andrew Little and Phil Twyford have pledged that all government contractors will be paid a living wage.

Labour ministers Andrew Little and Phil Twyford have pledged that all government contractors will be paid a living wage.

Greens unveil $297m to support sustainable food and farming

Green Party co-leaders James Shawn and Marama Davidson outlined the fund at an organic farm near Leeston in Canterbury on Saturday.

Green Party co-leaders James Shawn and Marama Davidson outlined the fund at an organic farm near Leeston in Canterbury on Saturday.

'Free Range Māori' runs a zero waste household to connect her sons with tikanga

Shirley Simmonds is a single mother of two, te reo advocate, public health researcher, chicken owner, and has every kind of fruit you can think of preserved in her pantry.

Shirley Simmonds is a single mother of two, te reo advocate, public health researcher, chicken owner, and has every kind of fruit you can think of preserved in her pantry.

11 Sept | Country TV: The Daily Report

“Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe”

“Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe”

10 September | Country TV - The Daily Report

Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe.

Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe.

90-year-old former New Plymouth dental clinic moved to new address

A small crowd gathered to watch on Tuesday night as the two-storey building on Vivian St began its journey to a new, rural site in North Taranaki.

A small crowd gathered to watch on Tuesday night as the two-storey building on Vivian St began its journey to a new, rural site in North Taranaki.

Grant Robertson announces tax policy

Finance minister Grant Robertson announces Labour Party's new tax policy.

Finance minister Grant Robertson announces Labour Party's new tax policy.

Aotearoa in 20: Claire Millar reflects on surviving abuse

Claire Millar reflects on her life surviving multiple violent and abusive relationships, to see her kids grow up and become independent adults.

Claire Millar reflects on her life surviving multiple violent and abusive relationships, to see her kids grow up and become independent adults.

Justin Gregory, 75, at his Napier home, which the local council is selling

Justin Gregory, 75, at his Napier home, which the local council is selling.

Justin Gregory, 75, at his Napier home, which the local council is selling.

Wanaka birthing unit

The Wanaka community is pushing for a primary birthing facility in their growing town.

The Wanaka community is pushing for a primary birthing facility in their growing town.

New state houses in Nelson near completion

Associate Housing Minister Kris Faafoi and Nelson Labour candidate Rachel Boyack inspect state housing under construction in Richmond on Wednesday.

Associate Housing Minister Kris Faafoi and Nelson Labour candidate Rachel Boyack inspect state housing under construction in Richmond on Wednesday.

Should we give people the choice to die?

Doctors at Waikato Hospital speak out about the euthanasia referendum.

Doctors at Waikato Hospital speak out about the euthanasia referendum.

Traumatic Brain Injury rehab to close

Pauline Dawson, a registered nurse with 40 years' experience, never thought she would be made redundant.

Pauline Dawson, a registered nurse with 40 years' experience, never thought she would be made redundant.

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