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Jacinda Ardern says They Are Us film is ‘very raw, very soon’

The prime minister told Breakfast she does not consider the attacks her story, it is the community and families.

The prime minister told Breakfast she does not consider the attacks her story, it is the community and families.

Fire rips through four houses in Newtown, Wellington

Breakfast reporter Abbey Wakefield has this report from the scene.

Breakfast reporter Abbey Wakefield has this report from the scene.

Northland schools dealing with serious offending by pupils and adults

Principals say they need more help.

Principals say they need more help.

Shot putter Tom Walsh says there is plenty left in the tank after back-to-back victories

Walsh has arrived in the United States for his final preparations before the Tokyo Olympics.

Walsh has arrived in the United States for his final preparations before the Tokyo Olympics.

Murder charge laid after person dies in Whangarei brawl

A 20-year-old man will appear in court tomorrow.

A 20-year-old man will appear in court tomorrow.

Investigation underway into death of man in police custody in Auckland

The man was found unresponsive in a custody unit.

The man was found unresponsive in a custody unit.

FMG Rural Weather Outlook: June 13

A look at the weekly weather ahead for rural New Zealand from the 1 News weather team

A look at the weekly weather ahead for rural New Zealand from the 1 News weather team

Time running out for pole vaulter Eliza McCartney's Olympic bid

The Rio bronze medallist has just one chance left to qualify for Tokyo.

The Rio bronze medallist has just one chance left to qualify for Tokyo.

Backlash towards movie about Christchurch terror attacks mounting

Actress Rose Byrne is set to play Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern in the film.

Actress Rose Byrne is set to play Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern in the film.

NZ Rowing announce surprise shake-up of world champion pair for Tokyo Olympics

The two-time world champion partnership of Liv Loe and Brooke Donoghue has been split, with Donoghue now partnering Hannah Osbourne instead.

The two-time world champion partnership of Liv Loe and Brooke Donoghue has been split, with Donoghue now partnering Hannah Osbourne instead.

Mounting calls for ‘unjust’ three strikes law to be canned not being acted upon

The Canterbury Criminal Bar Association is among those concerned that delays are resulting in people being jailed for far longer than is fair.

The Canterbury Criminal Bar Association is among those concerned that delays are resulting in people being jailed for far longer than is fair.

Hamish Bond credits idol Mahe Drysdale for making him world-class athlete

Ahead of his fourth Olympics, Bond said Drysdale had always been the benchmark of elite performance during his time in the NZ rowing team.

Ahead of his fourth Olympics, Bond said Drysdale had always been the benchmark of elite performance during his time in the NZ rowing team.

Skiers queue to be first to try out Mount Hutt’s new eight-seat chairlift

The new Norwest Express could be game changer for Mount Hutt, as the South Island’s first major ski field opens for winter.

The new Norwest Express could be game changer for Mount Hutt, as the South Island’s first major ski field opens for winter.

Government adopts timber-first policy for building industry in bid to combat climate change

Manufacturing steel and concrete sends massive amounts of carbon into the atmosphere, so there are calls for more timber frame building.

Manufacturing steel and concrete sends massive amounts of carbon into the atmosphere, so there are calls for more timber frame building.

March 15 film focusing on Jacinda Ardern ignores real heroes of tragedy – community

There has been a strong reaction to news a movie drama about the aftermath of the Christchurch atrocity is being planned.

There has been a strong reaction to news a movie drama about the aftermath of the Christchurch atrocity is being planned.

'Distasteful' - Muslim community advocate slams film about Christchurch mosque attacks

Guled Mire says They Are Us feeds into a "white saviour mentality" by focussing on Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern rather than the victims.

Guled Mire says They Are Us feeds into a "white saviour mentality" by focussing on Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern rather than the victims.

Australian actress Rose Byrne to portray Jacinda Ardern in film about Christchurch terror attack

But there’s criticism from one Muslim community advocate.

But there’s criticism from one Muslim community advocate.

Brooke Donoghue, Hannah Osborne named as NZ’s Olympics double skulls combination

The pair were among a 32-strong New Zealand rowing squad named for Tokyo.

The pair were among a 32-strong New Zealand rowing squad named for Tokyo.

Huge crowd gathers in Kaikohe to protest classification of ‘significant natural areas’

The group are upset at what they say are rushed changes to land use rules.

The group are upset at what they say are rushed changes to land use rules.

NZ economy set to face growing pains as world rebounds from Covid-19

That’s according to an economic forecast from ASB.

That’s according to an economic forecast from ASB.

Key takeaways from tandem skydiver’s death, investigation head says

A new report by the Transport Accident Investigation Commission has identified three issues the industry needs to look at.

A new report by the Transport Accident Investigation Commission has identified three issues the industry needs to look at.

Hundreds of Northlanders join hikoi to protest zoning of ‘significant natural areas’ on private land

The goal is to map nearly 700 unique habitats, but those who own the land want more consultation.

The goal is to map nearly 700 unique habitats, but those who own the land want more consultation.

Dunedin-based data company bringing high-tech analytics to the farmyard

Injuries to livestock that go undetected for too long is costing Kiwi farmers up to $500m per year. One company aims to change that.

Injuries to livestock that go undetected for too long is costing Kiwi farmers up to $500m per year. One company aims to change that.

Australia backtracks on comments it’s considering resettling Christmas Island family in New Zealand

The family has been held in detention for three years seeking asylum in Queensland.

The family has been held in detention for three years seeking asylum in Queensland.

Mahe Drysdale hangs up his oars after sensational career

The two-time Olympic gold medallist has decided to retire from rowing.

The two-time Olympic gold medallist has decided to retire from rowing.

Hundreds of Northlanders join hikoi to protest zoning of ‘significant natural areas’ on private land

The goal is to map nearly 700 unique habitats, but those who own the land want more consultation.

The goal is to map nearly 700 unique habitats, but those who own the land want more consultation.

MFAT bosses say they knew military equipment was being sent to countries blacklisted by UN

They told MPs today that they’re upholding New Zealand’s reputation, and argued they’re actually helping protect civilians.

They told MPs today that they’re upholding New Zealand’s reputation, and argued they’re actually helping protect civilians.

Hikoi to protest classification of ‘significant natural areas’ arrives in Kaitaia

Northland iwi are concerned efforts to classify nearly 700 places will take control away from land owners.

Northland iwi are concerned efforts to classify nearly 700 places will take control away from land owners.

Six month extension for working holiday, supplementary seasonal employment visas

Immigration Minister Kris Faafoi says the extension will help manage ongoing labour shortages.

Immigration Minister Kris Faafoi says the extension will help manage ongoing labour shortages.

More than 150 Bay or Plenty workers to lose jobs as paper mill announces closure

Norske Skog, the multinational owner of Tasman Mill in Kawerau, announced in September that it was reviewing its operations.

Norske Skog, the multinational owner of Tasman Mill in Kawerau, announced in September that it was reviewing its operations.

Armed police investigate fatal hit-and-run in Auckland

A gun might have been involved in the incident, authorities said today.

A gun might have been involved in the incident, authorities said today.

Andrew Little met with anger, frustration at nurses strike in Wellington

The end of the Health Minister’s address was drowned out by shouts and chanting of “fair pay”.

The end of the Health Minister’s address was drowned out by shouts and chanting of “fair pay”.

Short staffed and overworked: Hundreds of nurses throughout Auckland strike for better pay

1 NEWS digital reporter Rebecca Moore spoke those walking off the job to fight for the cause.

1 NEWS digital reporter Rebecca Moore spoke those walking off the job to fight for the cause.

Climate change report shows price tag of lack of action and 'steep' road ahead - PM

"It is safer, smarter and cheaper to act now," Jacinda Ardern said.

"It is safer, smarter and cheaper to act now," Jacinda Ardern said.

Person with Covid-19 admitted to Middlemore Hospital from Auckland quarantine facility

The person was transported to hospital from the Jet Park hotel on the night of June 8.

The person was transported to hospital from the Jet Park hotel on the night of June 8.

Dozens of Hawke’s Bay Hospital nurses walk off the job

Nurses around NZ are striking today for eight hours after rejecting a second offer from DHBs.

Nurses around NZ are striking today for eight hours after rejecting a second offer from DHBs.

Association supportive of Commissioner’s call to review retirement villages laws

Retirement Village Residents' Association president Peter Carr says current regulations favoured operators.

Retirement Village Residents' Association president Peter Carr says current regulations favoured operators.

Bringing in the kūmara crop

People of all ages pitch in to harvest kūmara grown for Parihaka.

People of all ages pitch in to harvest kūmara grown for Parihaka.

No drama in theatre upgrade

Eliane Polack, manager of the Theatre Royal Nelson, which was recently repainted as part of an up-grade of the Rutherford St theatre.

Eliane Polack, manager of the Theatre Royal Nelson, which was recently repainted as part of an up-grade of the Rutherford St theatre.

Aitutaki tourism operators are ready to welcome New Zealand visitors

Aitutaki tourism operators are ready to welcome New Zealand visitors back after the Cook Islands reopened its borders.

Aitutaki tourism operators are ready to welcome New Zealand visitors back after the Cook Islands reopened its borders.

Canterbury rivers still running high as rain continues

Canterbury rivers are still running high after another night of rain with evacuation orders in place for nearby homes.

Canterbury rivers are still running high after another night of rain with evacuation orders in place for nearby homes.

How does an mRNA vaccine work?

The Pfizer vaccine enters your body, does its thing, and is then destroyed. It does not alter your DNA.

The Pfizer vaccine enters your body, does its thing, and is then destroyed. It does not alter your DNA.

At home with MC Tali

MC Tali (aka Natalia Sheppard) returned from London to New Zealand a decade ago. A lot has changed in the music industry since then.

MC Tali (aka Natalia Sheppard) returned from London to New Zealand a decade ago. A lot has changed in the music industry since then.

Ruru homes grow 30 jobs in four months

Fran and Daniel Huelsmeyer, who started Ruru Homes, have created 30 jobs and expanded to Motueka to upscale their new business.

Fran and Daniel Huelsmeyer, who started Ruru Homes, have created 30 jobs and expanded to Motueka to upscale their new business.

A free house, if you can move it

The owner of a Lower Hutt villa wants to save his old home from demolition after selling the property to a developer. He is offering it for free to whoever can take it away.

The owner of a Lower Hutt villa wants to save his old home from demolition after selling the property to a developer. He is offering it for free to whoever can take it away.

Supporters trying to raise $1 million to convert church

Supporters of an Auckland church want to turn the building into a music centre.

Supporters of an Auckland church want to turn the building into a music centre.

Scientific buoy recovered from seafloor

The $400,000 buoy, which had been in place since November, sank in March in rough seas and was hauled up a month later.

The $400,000 buoy, which had been in place since November, sank in March in rough seas and was hauled up a month later.

NZ's highest peak

A Nasa astronaut captured images of Aoraki/Mt Cook from space.

A Nasa astronaut captured images of Aoraki/Mt Cook from space.

Countdown’s Kiri Hannifin recounts ‘worst day’ following stabbing at Dunedin store

Four people including two Countdown staff were injured in the attack.

Four people including two Countdown staff were injured in the attack.

Tasmania: the new island Kiwis can fly to

For the first time in 20 years, Air New Zealand has started flying to Tasmania — and it could be the island escape many have been waiting for.

For the first time in 20 years, Air New Zealand has started flying to Tasmania — and it could be the island escape many have been waiting for.

King Country house prices attract buyers

Lower house prices and job opportunities are attracting more property buyers to the King Country.

Lower house prices and job opportunities are attracting more property buyers to the King Country.

Wrongly branded a 'criminal'

Sauni Seleni has a clean record - but not according to the police database

Sauni Seleni has a clean record - but not according to the police database

Help at hand for transgender people to find their real voice

Jennifer Holmes founder of the ReVoice clinic specialises in helping transgender clients find their voice with the help of speech language therapy.

Jennifer Holmes founder of the ReVoice clinic specialises in helping transgender clients find their voice with the help of speech language therapy.

Auckland NFT 'street art' sells for $8000

An Auckland mum makes $6000 after becoming the virtual owner of a mural in South Auckland.

An Auckland mum makes $6000 after becoming the virtual owner of a mural in South Auckland.

Dave Cull, former Dunedin mayor and TV presenter, has died

Dave Cull, former Dunedin mayor and TV presenter, has died aged 71.

Dave Cull, former Dunedin mayor and TV presenter, has died aged 71.

Considering Matthew Shepard: A Journey from Hatred to Hope

Christchurch performer James-Paul Mountstevens, 18, is the star of play Considering Matthew Shepard: A Journey from Hatred to Hope.

Christchurch performer James-Paul Mountstevens, 18, is the star of play Considering Matthew Shepard: A Journey from Hatred to Hope.

Trans-Tasman bubble: First flight into Wellington

Cheers and applause as Air New Zealand's first bubble flight from Australia lands.

Cheers and applause as Air New Zealand's first bubble flight from Australia lands.

Epic Brewery team picks up their consignment of fresh hops

Epic Brewery used fresh hops to create a once-in-a-year IPA, here's what they went through to get the hops to the kettles for brewing.

Epic Brewery used fresh hops to create a once-in-a-year IPA, here's what they went through to get the hops to the kettles for brewing.

Stolen car just over 100 metres away

O.G.B bar owner Nick Inkster's rare 1939 model Austin 10 was found several hours - and only 100 metres away - after being stolen in Christchurch on Monday.

O.G.B bar owner Nick Inkster's rare 1939 model Austin 10 was found several hours - and only 100 metres away - after being stolen in Christchurch on Monday.

Is the 'Garden City' ready to 'Explore the Opportunity'?

A new campaign aimed at attracting businesses, investment, visitors, migrants and students to Christchurch invites newcomers to "explore the opportunity". Stuff set out to find how the new slogan rates with Christchurch locals.

A new campaign aimed at attracting businesses, investment, visitors, migrants and students to Christchurch invites newcomers to "explore the opportunity". Stuff set out to find how the new slogan rates with Christchurch locals.

Former addict talks about synthetic cannabis

Gordon Smith thought he wouldn't get addicted to synthetic cannabis. He was wrong.

Gordon Smith thought he wouldn't get addicted to synthetic cannabis. He was wrong.

Kawarau gorge incident remembered

Two people died and several others were injured as drivers did not see a large section of the Kawarau Gorge road had suddenly disappeared in heavy rain.

Two people died and several others were injured as drivers did not see a large section of the Kawarau Gorge road had suddenly disappeared in heavy rain.

High St plans revealed

The Christchurch City Council has released plans for a High St revamp that will extend the tram line.

The Christchurch City Council has released plans for a High St revamp that will extend the tram line.

Christchurch City Council proposes scrapping mobile library service

Russley Village manager Tim Dearsley talks to Stuff about the impact losing Christchurch's mobile library service will have on his retirement village.

Russley Village manager Tim Dearsley talks to Stuff about the impact losing Christchurch's mobile library service will have on his retirement village.

South Auckland students learning skills with hammer and saw

Paige Hoff and Mark Gago are part of a group of south Auckland students rebuilding houses as part of a trades programme.

Paige Hoff and Mark Gago are part of a group of south Auckland students rebuilding houses as part of a trades programme.

Moon Man and the Swan Princess

Where once they called the Magic Garden home, a tiny town at the top of the south is playing host to one of the most colourful characters around.

Where once they called the Magic Garden home, a tiny town at the top of the south is playing host to one of the most colourful characters around.

Conserving New Zealand's fairy tern, one of the world's rarest birds

Auckland Zoo captured the journey of the fairy tern/tara iti chick which was hatched and hand-reared there.

Auckland Zoo captured the journey of the fairy tern/tara iti chick which was hatched and hand-reared there.

Te Maara Kai O Wirihana: school project turned community hub

In a large south Auckland suburb, one school has seized an opportunity to boost its students’ food resilience, support their community and transform valuable but unused land into a productive urban oasis.

In a large south Auckland suburb, one school has seized an opportunity to boost its students’ food resilience, support their community and transform valuable but unused land into a productive urban oasis.

Prosthetic fin could help give sea turtles a better chance at life

A prosthetic fin created by an Auckland researcher could help give sea turtles a better chance at life.

A prosthetic fin created by an Auckland researcher could help give sea turtles a better chance at life.

New Zealand approves paid leave after miscarriage

Employers in New Zealand will now be required to give couples who suffer a miscarriage three days of paid leave

Employers in New Zealand will now be required to give couples who suffer a miscarriage three days of paid leave

The Covid Diaries: Totally Tourism boss Mark Quickfall talks about future in New Zealand tourism

Totally Tourism director Mark Quickfall talks about Tourism industry in New Zealand after Covid-19.

Totally Tourism director Mark Quickfall talks about Tourism industry in New Zealand after Covid-19.

Off the Ladder: Home ownership changing things for future generations

Holly Tipene says home ownership was her life-long dream, but she was stuck in a "generational rut".

Holly Tipene says home ownership was her life-long dream, but she was stuck in a "generational rut".

Jacinda Ardern on the speed of climate action

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on calls from young people that her Government isn't acting fast enough on climate change.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on calls from young people that her Government isn't acting fast enough on climate change.

Cup Wrap: A day out on the water with Team NZ

Cup Wrap: Todd Niall heads out on the chase boat to follow Team NZ's Te Rehutai

Cup Wrap: Todd Niall heads out on the chase boat to follow Team NZ's Te Rehutai

Harvard aircraft fly over Wellington

A group of Harvard aircraft flew over Wellington in formation on Friday.

A group of Harvard aircraft flew over Wellington in formation on Friday.

B-52 Stratofortress wows crowds at Wings Over Wairarapa

A Boeing B-52 Stratofortress flying past the crowd at Wings Over Wairarapa in Masterton.

A Boeing B-52 Stratofortress flying past the crowd at Wings Over Wairarapa in Masterton.

The leader of the women's chapter of the Mongrel Mob addresses their claim at the Waitangi Tribunal.

Paula Ormsby speaks at a Waitangi Tribunal hearing in Waikato about the plight of women in New Zealand.

Paula Ormsby speaks at a Waitangi Tribunal hearing in Waikato about the plight of women in New Zealand.

Police scene at Northcote where a youth was shot on Friday night

Police scene at Northcote where a youth was shot on Friday night

Police scene at Northcote where a youth was shot on Friday night

Neighbour describes moment shots were fired in Papatoetoe shooting

Tracey Rose heard gun shots, a lady screaming and men shouting during the police shooting in Papatoetoe on Thursday evening.

Tracey Rose heard gun shots, a lady screaming and men shouting during the police shooting in Papatoetoe on Thursday evening.

Auckland apartment rental costs decrease, in contrast to rest of country

Auckland apartment rental costs decrease, in contrast to rest of country

Auckland apartment rental costs decrease, in contrast to rest of country

One of the first international students let back into the country

Lincoln University PhD student Karla Lopez Reyes is studying the vision of thrips, a type of minute insect.

Lincoln University PhD student Karla Lopez Reyes is studying the vision of thrips, a type of minute insect.

From city life in Sydney to farming in Taupō

Nicola Harvey and Pat Ledden exchanged life in Sydney to begin a new venture, farming a 130ha lease property north of Taupō about three years ago.

Nicola Harvey and Pat Ledden exchanged life in Sydney to begin a new venture, farming a 130ha lease property north of Taupō about three years ago.

Independent review into Wellington City Council's governance

Wellington Mayor Andy Foster has called for an independent review into Wellington City Council's governance.

Wellington Mayor Andy Foster has called for an independent review into Wellington City Council's governance.

Nelson Airport terminal officially open

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern attends the formal opening of the new Nelson Airport terminal in October 2019.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern attends the formal opening of the new Nelson Airport terminal in October 2019.

Airport workers get Covid vaccination

About 40 border workers at Christchurch International Airport are among the first in the city to be vaccinated against Covid-19.

About 40 border workers at Christchurch International Airport are among the first in the city to be vaccinated against Covid-19.

Fergburger celebrates 20 years in Queenstown

Fergburger general manager Steve Bradley marks 20 years in Queenstown by giving out free original Fergburgers to happy locals.

Fergburger general manager Steve Bradley marks 20 years in Queenstown by giving out free original Fergburgers to happy locals.

$175,000 fireworks display

Andrea Jewell with her children Otto, 7, and Thea, 5, who were roused from bed by the fireworks display that cost Wellington more than $175,000.

Andrea Jewell with her children Otto, 7, and Thea, 5, who were roused from bed by the fireworks display that cost Wellington more than $175,000.

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