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Soldier with far-right links appears in Palmerston North pre-trial hearing

He’s the first soldier to be charged with espionage in NZ in modern times.

He’s the first soldier to be charged with espionage in NZ in modern times.

Kiwi filmmakers raising mental health awareness with latest work

They’ve released a short video for Mental Health Awareness week.

They’ve released a short video for Mental Health Awareness week.

ACT Party makes big gains in 1News Colmar Brunton Poll

David Seymour has also shot up in the preferred PM rankings.

David Seymour has also shot up in the preferred PM rankings.

Government 'exploring' the introduction of vaccine certificates by summer

However, Jacinda Ardern said the Government would not make the vaccine compulsory.

However, Jacinda Ardern said the Government would not make the vaccine compulsory.

Government to trial self-isolation for small number of business travellers

While final details are to come, Jacinda Ardern said the programme would be open to 150 fully vaccinated people in the private sector.

While final details are to come, Jacinda Ardern said the programme would be open to 150 fully vaccinated people in the private sector.

12 new Covid cases in community, says Dr Bloomfield.

Dr Ashley Bloomfield says “we are making progress”.

Dr Ashley Bloomfield says “we are making progress”.

1News Colmar Brunton poll results revealed tonight

Our latest poll comes as Auckland remains at Alert Level 3 amid a Delta outbreak.

Our latest poll comes as Auckland remains at Alert Level 3 amid a Delta outbreak.

NZ children will live through five times more heatwaves and droughts than older generations

A Save The Children report reveals the devastating worldwide impact of the climate crisis unless there’s drastic action.

A Save The Children report reveals the devastating worldwide impact of the climate crisis unless there’s drastic action.

Jacinda Ardern says Govt has used Sir John Key's 'reasonable' Covid response ideas

Key released a five-point plan to improve New Zealand's pandemic response.

Key released a five-point plan to improve New Zealand's pandemic response.

Prime Minister rules out extending wage subsidy scheme when Auckland moves down alert levels

It comes as calls mount for more financial support for retail and hospitality sectors.

It comes as calls mount for more financial support for retail and hospitality sectors.

Patients who rely on medicinal cannabis fear paying terrible price

Years after legalisation, only a handful of medicinal cannabis products have met our standards, which are among the strictest in the world.

Years after legalisation, only a handful of medicinal cannabis products have met our standards, which are among the strictest in the world.

Sir John Key supports mandatory Covid vaccination in workplaces

The former Prime Minister says people need to have incentives to get the jab.

The former Prime Minister says people need to have incentives to get the jab.

Key calls on Govt to 'take away liberties' to ensure young Kiwis get Covid vaccine

The former Prime Minister said it will help them get to "the truth of the situation".

The former Prime Minister said it will help them get to "the truth of the situation".

Emergency services attend fatal crash scene in Christchurch

Two people died after a car and ute collided in the suburb of Hornby.

Two people died after a car and ute collided in the suburb of Hornby.

Emergency services attend fatal crash scene in Christchurch

Two people died after a car and ute collided in the suburb of Hornby.

Two people died after a car and ute collided in the suburb of Hornby.

Kiwi surgeon hoping to save brave woman with facial tumour

Auckland doctor Zac Moaveni is preforming a marathon surgery on Vea Koloa to save her life.

Auckland doctor Zac Moaveni is preforming a marathon surgery on Vea Koloa to save her life.

Some Marlborough roads won't be open for up to a year because of weather damage

July saw extensive and severe flooding in Marlborough, devastating the region's roads.

July saw extensive and severe flooding in Marlborough, devastating the region's roads.

Make the Break competition calling on Kiwis to remake iconic ads

Seven Sharp’s giving three people the chance to win $5000 each.

Seven Sharp’s giving three people the chance to win $5000 each.

Christchurch woman refused service at VTNZ despite mask-wearing exemption

Lucy Willis' lung condition means she can't wear a mask but was told she couldn't get her warrant of fitness for her car without one.

Lucy Willis' lung condition means she can't wear a mask but was told she couldn't get her warrant of fitness for her car without one.

Search for father, his three children on Waikato coast suspended

Police have been combing inland coastal areas near Marokopa for Tom, Jayda, Maverick and Ember Phillips for 12 days.

Police have been combing inland coastal areas near Marokopa for Tom, Jayda, Maverick and Ember Phillips for 12 days.

Calls intensify for more streamlined approach to getting health workers into NZ

Medical recruiters, sector advocates and new arrivals all say Covid-19 is complicating an already lengthy process.

Medical recruiters, sector advocates and new arrivals all say Covid-19 is complicating an already lengthy process.

Police storm property in Auckland's Grey Lynn after tense stand-off

A man was seen allegedly threatening people with a weapon on Friday afternoon.

A man was seen allegedly threatening people with a weapon on Friday afternoon.

Daughter of Auckland bus driver who was attacked says her dad was ‘stomped’ on

Gabi Wildbore says the attack against her 69-year-old dad was “vicious”.

Gabi Wildbore says the attack against her 69-year-old dad was “vicious”.

Assistance Dogs New Zealand issues plea for help as Covid stifles campaign

General Manager Mimi Hooper says the trust is over $50,000 down after lockdown pushed their funding efforts online.

General Manager Mimi Hooper says the trust is over $50,000 down after lockdown pushed their funding efforts online.

One Covid-19 case found via surveillance testing at Clover Park

Dr Caroline McElnay says it shows the importance of additional testing in some Auckland suburbs.

Dr Caroline McElnay says it shows the importance of additional testing in some Auckland suburbs.

Deputy Prime Minister: Upper Hauraki will move to Alert Level 2 from Saturday

Grant Robertson says testing and wastewater results show Covid-19 isn’t spreading in the Waikato.

Grant Robertson says testing and wastewater results show Covid-19 isn’t spreading in the Waikato.

Number of new Covid cases dip below double digits

The latest update on the outbreak was given by Dr Caroline McElney.

The latest update on the outbreak was given by Dr Caroline McElney.

Christchurch woman refused service at VTNZ despite mask-wearing exemption

Lucy Willis' lung condition means she can't wear a mask but was told she couldn't get her warrant of fitness for her car without one.

Lucy Willis' lung condition means she can't wear a mask but was told she couldn't get her warrant of fitness for her car without one.

Dunedin bus drivers protesting after not receiving pay increases

The Otago Regional Council's approved the living wage for drivers in the city but ongoing disputes and negotiations with bus companies means drivers are still out of pocket.

The Otago Regional Council's approved the living wage for drivers in the city but ongoing disputes and negotiations with bus companies means drivers are still out of pocket.

State of the art cancer treatment rolled out in Wellington

The Malaghan Institute hopes the technology will help treat certain types of blood cancers.

The Malaghan Institute hopes the technology will help treat certain types of blood cancers.

Government set to roll out Youth-focused plan for improving Covid-19 vaccine uptake

It comes as age groups under 30 lag behind the national average, with only 60 per cent having at least one dose.

It comes as age groups under 30 lag behind the national average, with only 60 per cent having at least one dose.

Police launch homicide investigation after woman's body found in Auckland

A body believed to be that of Lena Zhang Harrap was found in Auckland on Wednesday afternoon.

A body believed to be that of Lena Zhang Harrap was found in Auckland on Wednesday afternoon.

Concern over large numbers of Pasifika being affected by vax misinformation

Around 68 percent of all the Delta cases are Pasifika, and they have the second lowest vaccination rates after Māori.

Around 68 percent of all the Delta cases are Pasifika, and they have the second lowest vaccination rates after Māori.

Police hunting man 'of interest’ after launching homicide probe in Auckland

Investigators are looking for the man in relation to the death of Lena Zhang Harrap after a body believed to be her was found in Mt Albert.

Investigators are looking for the man in relation to the death of Lena Zhang Harrap after a body believed to be her was found in Mt Albert.

Students in Auckland need more help if schools can't resume by Term 4 - principals

If Auckland schools are not back for term four, principal's say "all bets are off".

If Auckland schools are not back for term four, principal's say "all bets are off".

Middlemore staff stood down after visit from close contact of Covid case

Dr Ashley Bloomfield says four health staff and a “couple of” security guards were stood down as a precaution.

Dr Ashley Bloomfield says four health staff and a “couple of” security guards were stood down as a precaution.

High vaccination uptake ‘matters most’ in fight against Covid-19 – Ardern

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has said improving vaccine efficacy is key to preventing major outbreaks.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has said improving vaccine efficacy is key to preventing major outbreaks.

Covid-19 hasn’t spread further in Waikato's upper Hauraki — Bloomfield

The Director-General of Health says only one household has tested positive in the area.

The Director-General of Health says only one household has tested positive in the area.

Professor Shaun Hendy releases new Covid modelling data

The alternative of not reaching over 90 per cent vaccination rate in New Zealand is bleak.

The alternative of not reaching over 90 per cent vaccination rate in New Zealand is bleak.

Fifteen new community cases of Covid-19 in Delta outbreak - Bloomfield

The Director-General of Health said most of the new cases were household contacts.

The Director-General of Health said most of the new cases were household contacts.

Mt Wellington named 'suburb of interest' for Covid testing

Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield made the announcement on Thursday.

Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield made the announcement on Thursday.

Government set to roll out Youth-focused plan for improving Covid-19 vaccine uptake

It comes as age groups under 30 lag behind the national average, with only 60 per cent having at least one dose.

It comes as age groups under 30 lag behind the national average, with only 60 per cent having at least one dose.

State of the art cancer treatment rolled out in Wellington

The Malaghan Institute hopes the technology will help treat certain types of blood cancers.

The Malaghan Institute hopes the technology will help treat certain types of blood cancers.

What are synthetic fertilisers?

Synthetic fertilisers are used to grow the grass which feeds cows.

Synthetic fertilisers are used to grow the grass which feeds cows.

New Zealand planning to reopen borders from early 2022

New Zealand sets out a roadmap to reopen its borders but says the priority is completing its vaccine rollout.

New Zealand sets out a roadmap to reopen its borders but says the priority is completing its vaccine rollout.

Eastwoodhill Arboretum: Inside NZ's Noah's Ark ready for nuclear war

Eastwoodhill Arboretum was the brainchild of Douglas Cook, who bought a scruffy piece of land 30 kilometres from Gisborne in 1910.

Eastwoodhill Arboretum was the brainchild of Douglas Cook, who bought a scruffy piece of land 30 kilometres from Gisborne in 1910.

Riwaka pies are dynamite

Brad Dalton of Ginger Dynamite at Riwaka, which struck gold in the national pie awards with its Puy lentil and potato curry creation.

Brad Dalton of Ginger Dynamite at Riwaka, which struck gold in the national pie awards with its Puy lentil and potato curry creation.

NZ's tiny towns with amazing treats

From eclairs to pāua pies — and even a town that runs on gin — here are some of the best things to eat in New Zealand's tiny towns.

From eclairs to pāua pies — and even a town that runs on gin — here are some of the best things to eat in New Zealand's tiny towns.

Suzy Amis Cameron plans to move the needle on climate change

Suzy Amis Cameron advocates swapping out one meal per day to a plant-based one everyday for a year to move the needle on climate change.

Suzy Amis Cameron advocates swapping out one meal per day to a plant-based one everyday for a year to move the needle on climate change.

New Zealand apologises for 1970s ‘Dawn Raids’

Government expresses ‘sorrow, remorse and regret’ over historic immigration crackdowns targeting Pacific communities.

Government expresses ‘sorrow, remorse and regret’ over historic immigration crackdowns targeting Pacific communities.

Taranaki garage project giving our Tokyo cyclists an edge

Glenn Catchpole's designs will now feature on Kiwi bikes at the Games, as well as on some rivals' rides.

Glenn Catchpole's designs will now feature on Kiwi bikes at the Games, as well as on some rivals' rides.

How do you train like a Warriors player? Four fans have won the opportunity to improve their fitness.

How do you train like a Warriors player? Four fans have won the opportunity to improve their fitness.

How do you train like a Warriors player? Four fans have won the opportunity to improve their fitness.

Like a bird in a choir

A pet starling called Matisse will lend her song to the world premiere of Motet for a Starling, written for her by her adopted mum, composer and choir member Mary Celeste.

A pet starling called Matisse will lend her song to the world premiere of Motet for a Starling, written for her by her adopted mum, composer and choir member Mary Celeste.

Let there be light: Te Ramaroa wows crowds in Nelson

Te Ramaroa the Light Nelson festival is brightening up the winter nights. It runs until Tuesday July 13.

Te Ramaroa the Light Nelson festival is brightening up the winter nights. It runs until Tuesday July 13.

Kiwi lawyer says her appearance on racy reality show is to help break boundaries

Palmerston North-based lawyer Larissa Trownson says she appeared on Netflix's racy reality competition, Too Hot To Handle, to help change perceptions and break boundaries.

Palmerston North-based lawyer Larissa Trownson says she appeared on Netflix's racy reality competition, Too Hot To Handle, to help change perceptions and break boundaries.

Winter makes its presence felt in Golden Bay

A grader escorts traffic over the Takaka Hill, which was earlier closed because of snow and ice.

A grader escorts traffic over the Takaka Hill, which was earlier closed because of snow and ice.

'Blown away': Volunteers transform house and garden for wheelchair user

Wheelchair user Rebekah Smith says work carried out on her home and back yard has been life-changing. About 80 volunteers have helped - including workers from Mitre 10 Mega's Helping Hands and Youth With a Mission members.

Wheelchair user Rebekah Smith says work carried out on her home and back yard has been life-changing. About 80 volunteers have helped - including workers from Mitre 10 Mega's Helping Hands and Youth With a Mission members.

A look at Auckland Museum's new sea monsters exhibit

A look at Auckland Museum's new sea monsters exhibit, featuring fossils and realistic casts.

A look at Auckland Museum's new sea monsters exhibit, featuring fossils and realistic casts.

The Kiwi makeup and prosthetic artist behind Netflix hit Sweet Tooth

Stefan Knight is a hair and makeup specialist who recently worked on the popular Netflix show Sweet Tooth.

Stefan Knight is a hair and makeup specialist who recently worked on the popular Netflix show Sweet Tooth.

NZ’s first leak detection puppies

Watercare is training New Zealand's first leak detection puppies: Collie crosses Flo, Piper and Awa.

Watercare is training New Zealand's first leak detection puppies: Collie crosses Flo, Piper and Awa.

The best hand-built MTB tracks in the world?

The Wairoa Gorge Mountain Bike Park near Nelson, which claims to have some of the best hand built tracks in the world.

The Wairoa Gorge Mountain Bike Park near Nelson, which claims to have some of the best hand built tracks in the world.

Affordable housing accelerates

Nelson Tasman Housing Trust director Carrie Mozena says the trust had an “ambitious” plan to increase its current housing stock of 44 to 100 by 2026.

Nelson Tasman Housing Trust director Carrie Mozena says the trust had an “ambitious” plan to increase its current housing stock of 44 to 100 by 2026.

Family move into new home

Natalie Gates, Buster Dutch, Zaylah, 1 and family will move into their new Habitat for Humanity home in Motueka over the weekend.

Natalie Gates, Buster Dutch, Zaylah, 1 and family will move into their new Habitat for Humanity home in Motueka over the weekend.

Drone footage shows damage caused by tornado in Papatoetoe

Drone footage shows the damage caused by the tornado in Papatoetoe on the weekend.

Drone footage shows the damage caused by the tornado in Papatoetoe on the weekend.

Tornado ripped roofs off Auckland homes

Ashna Rohit has been left picking up the pieces after a tornado ravaged south Auckland on the weekend.

Ashna Rohit has been left picking up the pieces after a tornado ravaged south Auckland on the weekend.

Green fairies say they provide relief for people who can't afford prescriptions

Jason Tong is currently facing one charge of possession of cannabis with intent to supply, and two charges of supplying a class C controlled drug.

Jason Tong is currently facing one charge of possession of cannabis with intent to supply, and two charges of supplying a class C controlled drug.

A comforting home is the perfect retreat

A comforting home is the perfect retreat for a couple who are often offshore

A comforting home is the perfect retreat for a couple who are often offshore

Waikato garden helps heal after quake devastation

Waikato garden helps heal after quake devastation

Waikato garden helps heal after quake devastation

Nature TTL Photographer of the Year 2021

Over 8000 images were entered into the competition this year, here are some of the winners and runners-up.

Over 8000 images were entered into the competition this year, here are some of the winners and runners-up.

Should a road trip be an annual event?

The Fastier family epic South Island road trip in the VW Grand California.

The Fastier family epic South Island road trip in the VW Grand California.

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.

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