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Government House pianist recognised for musical legacy

Bruce Greenfield has played the piano for 13 Governors-General, and isn't done yet as he picks up a Wellington Council award.

Bruce Greenfield has played the piano for 13 Governors-General, and isn't done yet as he picks up a Wellington Council award.

10 orca spotted close to shore of Devonport beach

A small crowd gathered to watch the whales play and feed on Friday morning.

A small crowd gathered to watch the whales play and feed on Friday morning.

Labour MP issues 'employment-related', says Ardern

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has disputed the allegations made by Labour MP Gaurav Sharma, but says she was aware of issues.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has disputed the allegations made by Labour MP Gaurav Sharma, but says she was aware of issues.

Emotional scenes as first cruise ship in over two years arrives in Auckland

A woman who’d been overseas since before the pandemic began was reunited with her son.

A woman who’d been overseas since before the pandemic began was reunited with her son.

Labour MPs surprised by Gaurav Sharma bullying claims

The Hamilton West MP took aim at officials and party whips in an opinion piece.

The Hamilton West MP took aim at officials and party whips in an opinion piece.

Leo Molloy pulls out of Auckland mayoral race

The restaurateur ran a colourful campaign but believes he can’t win.

The restaurateur ran a colourful campaign but believes he can’t win.

Former Dilworth teacher Leonard Cave sentenced to eight years in prison for sex crimes

The Crown Prosecutor read out a statement in court from one of Cave's victims.

The Crown Prosecutor read out a statement in court from one of Cave's victims.

Top tips for Covid college kids

Kids are doing it tough at school. Paediatrican Dr Jin Russell has the top tips for parents to help support their struggling children.

Kids are doing it tough at school. Paediatrican Dr Jin Russell has the top tips for parents to help support their struggling children.

Small protest boat meets Pacific Explorer cruise ship on arrival in Auckland

The protesters are trying to draw attention to the cruise industry’s environmental impact.

The protesters are trying to draw attention to the cruise industry’s environmental impact.

Police remain at scene day after at least one body discovered in Clendon Park

Two hearses were seen leaving a house in the Auckland suburb on Thursday August 10.

Two hearses were seen leaving a house in the Auckland suburb on Thursday August 10.

Auckland welcomes first cruise ship in over two years

The Pacific Explorer and 2000 passengers have become the first arrivals to enter Auckland’s harbour since the pandemic began.

The Pacific Explorer and 2000 passengers have become the first arrivals to enter Auckland’s harbour since the pandemic began.

East Auckland businesses want shot at major community rebuild

Companies such as Building Brothers Construction believe those who call Glen Innes and surrounding suburbs home should hold a role in a 900 hectare development.

Companies such as Building Brothers Construction believe those who call Glen Innes and surrounding suburbs home should hold a role in a 900 hectare development.

Former cop says politics shouldn't influence gang policing

Lance Burdett says fixing the issue requires long-term thinking.

Lance Burdett says fixing the issue requires long-term thinking.

Survivor's fight to get sexual abuse injuries covered by ACC

Liv Redman wants ACC to cover the physical effects of her sexual abuse just as it covers her snowboarding injuries.

Liv Redman wants ACC to cover the physical effects of her sexual abuse just as it covers her snowboarding injuries.

Twenty-one spoodles seized from Christchurch home

Firefighters, police and SPCA staff seized 21 spoodle dogs from a "serious" and "unsafe" environment at a Christchurch house on Wednesday.

Firefighters, police and SPCA staff seized 21 spoodle dogs from a "serious" and "unsafe" environment at a Christchurch house on Wednesday.

Researcher: Council nominee shortages open way for disinformation actors

Sanjana Hattotuwa says Kiwis should be "very worried" about their local democracy.

Sanjana Hattotuwa says Kiwis should be "very worried" about their local democracy.

Call for NZ’s age of criminal responsibility to rise

Amnesty International’s Lisa Woods says “we’re playing catch-up”.

Amnesty International’s Lisa Woods says “we’re playing catch-up”.

World-class aquatic facility opens in Hawke's Bay

It's hoped the Hawke's Bay Regional Aquatic Centre will foster the next generation of the country's swimming talent.

It's hoped the Hawke's Bay Regional Aquatic Centre will foster the next generation of the country's swimming talent.

Shadbolt makes duo run for Invercargill mayor and councillor

The news comes a day after Marcus Lush also announced his bid for the mayoralty.

The news comes a day after Marcus Lush also announced his bid for the mayoralty.

Collection of stories about Māori gods and legends cleans up at book awards

Gavin Bishop’s book Atua won three of the top six awards at the NZ Book Awards for Children and Young Adults.

Gavin Bishop’s book Atua won three of the top six awards at the NZ Book Awards for Children and Young Adults.

Poll: Majority of voters think Greens should keep open mind on supporting National at next election

Current polling has National in a good position to lead with a support partner.

Current polling has National in a good position to lead with a support partner.

NASA telescope plane SOFIA leaves Christchurch for final time

SOFIA was able to fly above 39,000 feet, surpassing 99 per cent of the Earth's infrared-blocking atmosphere.

SOFIA was able to fly above 39,000 feet, surpassing 99 per cent of the Earth's infrared-blocking atmosphere.

Investing in refugees not just a charitable gesture

Nisa is a clothing company that has a mission of offering refugee and migrant women a chance at financial independence.

Nisa is a clothing company that has a mission of offering refugee and migrant women a chance at financial independence.

Rising sick leave creates employer headache

Nearly three-quarters of small business owners say they’re concerned about growing absenteeism.

Nearly three-quarters of small business owners say they’re concerned about growing absenteeism.

Masterton motorcyclist wrongly blamed for crash demands explanation

Joe Governor, wrongly accused of causing the accident which left him with life-long injuries, still has unanswered questions five years on.

Joe Governor, wrongly accused of causing the accident which left him with life-long injuries, still has unanswered questions five years on.

Fake doctor worked at Middlemore Hospital for over 5 months

Health officials are not yet able to explain how it happened.

Health officials are not yet able to explain how it happened.

Andrew Little says alleged fake doctor who worked at Middlemore ‘worrying’

The Minister of Health says two investigations are underway after a man allegedly used fake documents to get a job at Middlemore Hospital.

The Minister of Health says two investigations are underway after a man allegedly used fake documents to get a job at Middlemore Hospital.

'Pretty yuck' - Nicola Willis addresses women's underwear pic from Uffindell's old flat

The Tauranga MP lived in a student flat in 2004 with a coat hook featuring women's underwear as trophies.

The Tauranga MP lived in a student flat in 2004 with a coat hook featuring women's underwear as trophies.

How a lockdown collaboration turned into a gin world first

Blair Nicholl, co-founder of The National Distillery Company in Napier, with his new Bloody Syrah, a gin that was once a wine.

Blair Nicholl, co-founder of The National Distillery Company in Napier, with his new Bloody Syrah, a gin that was once a wine.

NASA telescope plane leaves Christchurch Airport for the last time

SOFIA was able to fly above 39,000 feet, surpassing 99 per cent of the Earth's infrared-blocking atmosphere.

SOFIA was able to fly above 39,000 feet, surpassing 99 per cent of the Earth's infrared-blocking atmosphere.

What does it take to be a Harlem Globetrotter?

The Harlem Globetrotters are the world’s most renowned

The Harlem Globetrotters are the world’s most renowned

The tiny bugs living on your face might be going extinct!

There are millions of tiny mites living in our skin A recent scientific study has shown that they could be under threat of extinction. Without them, we may end up with more pimples! This is a KEA Kids News special report, direct from our studio, feat

There are millions of tiny mites living in our skin A recent scientific study has shown that they could be under threat of extinction. Without them, we may end up with more pimples! This is a KEA Kids News special report, direct from our studio, feat

Hilary Barry and Jack Tame join Breakfast for 25th birthday celebration

The broadcasters looked back on their time hosting the show.

The broadcasters looked back on their time hosting the show.

Police investigating allegation doctor faked documents to get Middlemore Hospital job

The person was employed in a clinical research position in February 2022.

The person was employed in a clinical research position in February 2022.

Cultural change needed in schools to address bullying rates - expert

Dr John Fenaughty spoke about the issue following revelations now MP Sam Uffindell attacked a fellow student while at high school.

Dr John Fenaughty spoke about the issue following revelations now MP Sam Uffindell attacked a fellow student while at high school.

Police investigating allegation doctor faked documents to get Middlemore Hospital job

The person was employed in a clinical research position in February 2022.

The person was employed in a clinical research position in February 2022.

Matthew Hooton: Uffindell saga shows Luxon surrounded by 'numpties'

The National-aligned lobbyist says the party is letting its leader down.

The National-aligned lobbyist says the party is letting its leader down.

Air NZ reducing flight schedule over next 6 months due to staff illness

The domestic and international schedule will operate at 90% of the pre-pandemic capacity.

The domestic and international schedule will operate at 90% of the pre-pandemic capacity.

Expert fears Maori unemployment rate dropping for 'perverse reason'

Dr Jarrod Haar says the record-low figure is good news, but he still has concerns.

Dr Jarrod Haar says the record-low figure is good news, but he still has concerns.

Hilarious mishaps during 25 years of TVNZ’s Breakfast

The team tries to keep things professional but live TV don’t always go to plan.

The team tries to keep things professional but live TV don’t always go to plan.

The popular food truck offering $4 meals

Jackie Bannon and Liam Arthur, of the Dunedin Bowling Club, which offers $4 meals from their food truck.

Jackie Bannon and Liam Arthur, of the Dunedin Bowling Club, which offers $4 meals from their food truck.

The best books for young New Zealand readers

Finalist of the he The best books for young New Zealand readers 2022 entertain hundreds of Wellington school children at a series of Books Alive events held at The National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Mātauranga o Aotearoa

Finalist of the he The best books for young New Zealand readers 2022 entertain hundreds of Wellington school children at a series of Books Alive events held at The National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Mātauranga o Aotearoa

Tourism Minister wants to move student summer break

Tourism Minister Stuart Nash says shifting the university break could help with summer worker shortages in the horticultural and tourism sectors

Tourism Minister Stuart Nash says shifting the university break could help with summer worker shortages in the horticultural and tourism sectors

TVNZ whanau wishes Breakfast happy 25th birthday

The early morning show has graced Kiwis’ television screens for a quarter of a century.

The early morning show has graced Kiwis’ television screens for a quarter of a century.

Hundreds learning the ropes of sailing

Generous, hilarious and someone to look up to: Meet the man who believes anyone can be a sailor if they would like to be.

Generous, hilarious and someone to look up to: Meet the man who believes anyone can be a sailor if they would like to be.

First look at cricket legend Ross Taylor’s biography

The former Black Caps captain is releasing his very own biography.

The former Black Caps captain is releasing his very own biography.

Marcus Lush announces he’s running for Invercargill mayor

Local election nominations close on Friday, with one very familiar face running for mayor in one of Aotearoa’s major cities.

Local election nominations close on Friday, with one very familiar face running for mayor in one of Aotearoa’s major cities.

Networks' resilience questioned as extreme weather events become more common

Slips in Wellington are just part of the countless weather events over the past few months, causing unprecedented demand on frontline clean-up crews.

Slips in Wellington are just part of the countless weather events over the past few months, causing unprecedented demand on frontline clean-up crews.

Concern grows for lack of timely medical help in rural NZ towns

Ōmārama’s residents are growing concerned they aren't receiving timely medical help when they need it.

Ōmārama’s residents are growing concerned they aren't receiving timely medical help when they need it.

Calls for Māori to run for positions on 35 councils bringing in Māori wards

Nominations close on Friday and will bring up to 50 Māori councillors to the governance table.

Nominations close on Friday and will bring up to 50 Māori councillors to the governance table.

Ex-Nats MP went 'kamikaze' after missing out on top job, court hears

Former National leader Simon Bridges has been giving evidence against former MP Jami-Lee Ross after their explosive falling out in 2018.

Former National leader Simon Bridges has been giving evidence against former MP Jami-Lee Ross after their explosive falling out in 2018.

Sam Uffindell stood down pending investigation into further investigations

The bullying claim is from a former flatmate from his university days.

The bullying claim is from a former flatmate from his university days.

National Party board member’s job on the line after Uffindell saga

There are calls for former party president Peter Goodfellow to quit the board entirely after overseeing a series of botched candidate selections.

There are calls for former party president Peter Goodfellow to quit the board entirely after overseeing a series of botched candidate selections.

Christopher Luxon staff made 'mistake' not telling him about Sam Uffindell school bullying

National leader Christopher Luxon says his staff knew about the Sam Uffindell bullying, and they made a "mistake" not telling him.

National leader Christopher Luxon says his staff knew about the Sam Uffindell bullying, and they made a "mistake" not telling him.

Luxon was 'completely unaware' of latest Uffindell allegations

The National leader launched an investigation after more allegations emerged last night.

The National leader launched an investigation after more allegations emerged last night.

Air NZ working to get desert-bound planes back in the skies

Some planes have been in mothballs in California since the pandemic hit.

Some planes have been in mothballs in California since the pandemic hit.

Hawke’s Bay nurse celebrates 50 years on the job

For five decades Margaret Norris has worked in almost every corner of the region’s hospital.

For five decades Margaret Norris has worked in almost every corner of the region’s hospital.

Involving young people key to tackling bullying in schools - expert

Karla Sanders, CEO of Sticks 'n' Stones, says bullying is "really complex" and has advice for concerned parents.

Karla Sanders, CEO of Sticks 'n' Stones, says bullying is "really complex" and has advice for concerned parents.

Standing Sam Uffindell down is the right move – Christopher Luxon

National’s leader said the allegation about Uffindell’s behaviour towards a female flatmate in 2003 are “serious and concerning”.

National’s leader said the allegation about Uffindell’s behaviour towards a female flatmate in 2003 are “serious and concerning”.

Seven years a prisoner of his own home

Michael Stewart speaks out about his experiences with ACC.

Michael Stewart speaks out about his experiences with ACC.

Well-known Wellington boat sinks

Harbour master Grant Nalder talks about the sinking of the Sealion vessel in Wellington.

Harbour master Grant Nalder talks about the sinking of the Sealion vessel in Wellington.

Lawyer by day, professional wrestler by night

A man of two distinct disciplines: Maximilian is in the ring, in the courtroom and a champion in the making.

A man of two distinct disciplines: Maximilian is in the ring, in the courtroom and a champion in the making.

National Symphony Orchestra plays with female principal conductor for first time

Gemma New was appointed to the role in February and has now had her first concert with the orchestra.

Gemma New was appointed to the role in February and has now had her first concert with the orchestra.

Mounting concern local government roles will go uncontested

Roles will not be filled if there isn't a flood of late nominations by the Friday deadline.

Roles will not be filled if there isn't a flood of late nominations by the Friday deadline.

Wild weather in Wellington continues to cause disruption

Further north in the Wairarapa, heavy flood waters have inundated several communities, and there's more rain on the way.

Further north in the Wairarapa, heavy flood waters have inundated several communities, and there's more rain on the way.

National in damage control after new MP admits being bully at school

Sam Uffindell had earlier admitted violently attacking a younger student while at boarding school.

Sam Uffindell had earlier admitted violently attacking a younger student while at boarding school.

National labels distraction of Sam Uffindell scandal ‘frustrating’

It comes in the wake of our 1News Kantar public poll, showing the party could govern with act alone.

It comes in the wake of our 1News Kantar public poll, showing the party could govern with act alone.

Swollen Ruamahunga River in Wairarapa

The Waihenga Bridge to Martinborough on State Highway 53 was closed due to flooding.

The Waihenga Bridge to Martinborough on State Highway 53 was closed due to flooding.

Lightning strikes crackle across Auckland skies amid heavy rain

The light show was filmed from Northcross, near Torbay.

The light show was filmed from Northcross, near Torbay.

Slip on The Terrace, Wellington

Wellington City Council chief infrastructure officer Siobhan Procter at the site of a slip on The Terrace in Wellington.

Wellington City Council chief infrastructure officer Siobhan Procter at the site of a slip on The Terrace in Wellington.

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'I was a bully': Sam Uffindell speaks after school assault revealed

'I was a bully': Sam Uffindell speaks after school assault revealed

'I was a bully': Sam Uffindell speaks after school assault revealed

Initiative helping undo stigma around men's mental health among Christchurch students

Flat Chats meets at a different flat every Wednesday for kai and a korero.

Flat Chats meets at a different flat every Wednesday for kai and a korero.

Sam Uffindell: ‘I was a bully’

The under-fire National MP says he’s not proud of the person he used to be, and apologised to anyone he may have hurt.

The under-fire National MP says he’s not proud of the person he used to be, and apologised to anyone he may have hurt.

Accountant Luke Kemeys on how to check unclaimed money from the IRD

Kemeys runs a TikTok account for financial advice called Keepthechangenz.

Kemeys runs a TikTok account for financial advice called Keepthechangenz.

Frances Cook explains why people should pay with cash

Cook is a financial journalist with more than 87,000 followers on TikTok.

Cook is a financial journalist with more than 87,000 followers on TikTok.

KEA Kids News: Check out the coldest school fundraiser in the North Island, complete with dress ups

KEA Kids News covers the Waiheke Ocean Swim event, where kids raced adults in several swim categories.

KEA Kids News covers the Waiheke Ocean Swim event, where kids raced adults in several swim categories.

KEA Kids News: A young girl’s journey escaping the war in Ukraine

Ksneiia, who is living in the UK, talks about her experience of the war in Ukraine, her time in a bomb shelter and what it felt like

Ksneiia, who is living in the UK, talks about her experience of the war in Ukraine, her time in a bomb shelter and what it felt like

Current systems failing Aotearoa's single parents - advocate

Tania Domett of Project Gender wants to hear from solo parents about their experiences.

Tania Domett of Project Gender wants to hear from solo parents about their experiences.

New National Party president tight-lipped over Uffindell

Sylvia Wood would not comment when 1News asked her about his selection.

Sylvia Wood would not comment when 1News asked her about his selection.

Academic 'tokenism' discouraging Māori and Pacific students, lecturer says

AUT's Dr Leilani Walker says society is missing out on a more diverse research workforce.

AUT's Dr Leilani Walker says society is missing out on a more diverse research workforce.

National Party has let Sam Uffindell down - Jessica Mutch McKay

1News' political editor says National leader Christopher Luxon now has a "tough call" to make about Uffindell's political future.

1News' political editor says National leader Christopher Luxon now has a "tough call" to make about Uffindell's political future.

Food Bank operating out of Christchurch home receives charitable status

Corrin Webster and his partner Nicole Sutherland packed food parcels for years from their Hoon Hay home. Now they've received charitable status and hope to expand their operation - and get their lounge back.

Corrin Webster and his partner Nicole Sutherland packed food parcels for years from their Hoon Hay home. Now they've received charitable status and hope to expand their operation - and get their lounge back.

'Dead man walking' feels let down by ACC

Darren Moore talks about being poisoned while employed to work in a toxic work environment and then disregarded by the Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC).

Darren Moore talks about being poisoned while employed to work in a toxic work environment and then disregarded by the Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC).

National’s Sam Uffindell ‘really wants to stay on’ as an MP

The Tauranga MP says he was transparent with National over as assault he carried out while a high school student.

The Tauranga MP says he was transparent with National over as assault he carried out while a high school student.

ACT jumps and can form Govt with National, latest poll shows

The latest 1News Kantar Public Poll sees both major party leaders take a hit in the preferred PM ratings.

The latest 1News Kantar Public Poll sees both major party leaders take a hit in the preferred PM ratings.

Ardern and Robertson chuckle when asked curly All Blacks question

"You took great joy in asking that question," Ardern told a journalist.

"You took great joy in asking that question," Ardern told a journalist.

Te Kuiti man tell story of homelessness and disability through dance

After the shows this week at Auckland's Q Theatre, Rodney Bell will take his performance to the world, starting with Australia.

After the shows this week at Auckland's Q Theatre, Rodney Bell will take his performance to the world, starting with Australia.

Work to clear Christchurch stench a month ahead of schedule

The foul odour began after the wastewater treatment plant was damaged in a fire.

The foul odour began after the wastewater treatment plant was damaged in a fire.

Train driver, Napier accident survivor meet

KiwiRail shunt driver Jamie Kauika thought Ishaan Prasaad was dead after the accident in Napier last year.

KiwiRail shunt driver Jamie Kauika thought Ishaan Prasaad was dead after the accident in Napier last year.

Snow disrupts travel in parts of South Island

Seven other roads in Canterbury and Otago closed on Monday morning.

Seven other roads in Canterbury and Otago closed on Monday morning.

David Seymour and ACT riding high, poll shows

Seymour says the public are concerned by the three cs, cost of living, crime and co-governance.

Seymour says the public are concerned by the three cs, cost of living, crime and co-governance.

National's Sam Uffindell admits to attacking younger pupil while at school

The Tauranga MP says he punched the younger boy multiple times and was forced to leave King’s College.

The Tauranga MP says he punched the younger boy multiple times and was forced to leave King’s College.

Ardern comments on Sam Uffindell's schoolboy assault

The 38-year-old Tauranga MP admitted to attacking a younger boy while in Year 11 at King's College.

The 38-year-old Tauranga MP admitted to attacking a younger boy while in Year 11 at King's College.

Landslide blocks part of Wellington's The Terrace, evacuations possible

The council says two homes could be evacuated after a landslide blocked part of The Terrace.

The council says two homes could be evacuated after a landslide blocked part of The Terrace.

National's Christopher Luxon on Welfare that works policy

National's Christopher Luxon talks to media about his "welfare that works" policy.

National's Christopher Luxon talks to media about his "welfare that works" policy.

Police investigate a grey Mitsubishi in Te Aroha

Police investigate a grey Mitsubishi in Te Aroha as part of a manhunt in the Waikato town

Police investigate a grey Mitsubishi in Te Aroha as part of a manhunt in the Waikato town

Snow blankets Hanmer Springs

It’s a very cold and white start to the week in the Canterbury thermal resort town.

It’s a very cold and white start to the week in the Canterbury thermal resort town.

Homicide investigation launched after woman’s death in Cambridge, Waikato

It comes after people were warned not to pick up hitchhikers in the Te Aroha area.

It comes after people were warned not to pick up hitchhikers in the Te Aroha area.

Auckland vape store loses $5000 worth of product in smash and grab

The Birkenhead store was raided in the early hours of Monday morning.

The Birkenhead store was raided in the early hours of Monday morning.

Hawke's Bay mum describes being beneficiary, living in van

A “domino effect” saw Brianna Hihaki lose her home and turn to Work and Income for help in 2021.

A “domino effect” saw Brianna Hihaki lose her home and turn to Work and Income for help in 2021.

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