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Surf rescue crew help woman out of Kaitāia floodwater

A surf rescue boat had to be used to rescue a woman from her flooded home, south of Kaitāia, on Thursday afternoon.

A surf rescue boat had to be used to rescue a woman from her flooded home, south of Kaitāia, on Thursday afternoon.

Hill collapses on Nelson home during floods

Yoann Martichon gave 1News a tour around his heavily damaged property.

Yoann Martichon gave 1News a tour around his heavily damaged property.

Helicopter footage captures enormous scale of Nelson flooding

The footage was taken by Nelson Marlborough Rescue Helicopter Trust.

The footage was taken by Nelson Marlborough Rescue Helicopter Trust.

Gaurav Sharma: MP comes out swinging after caucus suspension

Sharma is set to face an expulsion motion on Tuesday.

Sharma is set to face an expulsion motion on Tuesday.

Police investigate man’s death in Auckland’s Otahuhu

A 34-year-old man’s been charged with murder after another man suffered critical injuries at a property on Jane Cowie Avenue.

A 34-year-old man’s been charged with murder after another man suffered critical injuries at a property on Jane Cowie Avenue.

Firefighter union's Joe Stanley says Friday’s strike is about more than just money

He says he wants FENZ to acknowledge firefighters who put their lives on the line.

He says he wants FENZ to acknowledge firefighters who put their lives on the line.

Police confirm two dead children were found in suitcases

The remains of two young children were inside suitcases left at an Auckland storage unit for "a number of years".

The remains of two young children were inside suitcases left at an Auckland storage unit for "a number of years".

Panelbeater dodges a bullet, or four

Panelbeater Mark Connor was working on this 1974 Datsun on Tuesday night when his cutting wheel nicked a round of live ammunition from a 12-gauge shotgun.

Panelbeater Mark Connor was working on this 1974 Datsun on Tuesday night when his cutting wheel nicked a round of live ammunition from a 12-gauge shotgun.

Small town butcher with the big bbq boys

Bryan Lester, owner of the Mokau Butcher, has been recognised by the world-famous BBQ Pit Boys, putting himself and the small rural town on the world map.

Bryan Lester, owner of the Mokau Butcher, has been recognised by the world-famous BBQ Pit Boys, putting himself and the small rural town on the world map.

Nelson’s mayor urges residents to conserve drinking water following flooding

Rachel Reese gave an update on the situation in her city early on Friday morning.

Rachel Reese gave an update on the situation in her city early on Friday morning.

More needs to be done for conversion therapy survivors, charity director says

Inside Out’s Tabby Besley says while a redress service for survivors is a step forward, there’s more that needs to be done.

Inside Out’s Tabby Besley says while a redress service for survivors is a step forward, there’s more that needs to be done.

Human remains in Auckland suitcases are children - police

The remains were found after a family bought the suitcases as part of an auction for abandoned goods in a storage unit, without realising what was inside.

The remains were found after a family bought the suitcases as part of an auction for abandoned goods in a storage unit, without realising what was inside.

Coronet peak celebrates 75 years in operation

There's a looming threat to its long-term future of oldest commercial skifield.

There's a looming threat to its long-term future of oldest commercial skifield.

Christchurch scrap yard blaze expected to burn for days

The fire at the scrap yard has reduced significantly from last night but is expected to burn for days more.

The fire at the scrap yard has reduced significantly from last night but is expected to burn for days more.

More than 200 children listed as living in cars

Those on the ground are blaming rent prices and are pleading with the Government to do more.

Those on the ground are blaming rent prices and are pleading with the Government to do more.

Rain warnings remain as West Coast dodges worst for now

Westport residents are still on edge after past experiences.

Westport residents are still on edge after past experiences.

More than 300 properties evacuated in Nelson floods

A number of those have been red stickered.

A number of those have been red stickered.

Starship Foundation celebrates 30 years

The foundation that supports our national children's hospital has raised $160 million over three decades.

The foundation that supports our national children's hospital has raised $160 million over three decades.

Bodies found in suitcases in Auckland were children, police say

The children appeared to be a primary school age and may have been dead for three or four years, investigators said.

The children appeared to be a primary school age and may have been dead for three or four years, investigators said.

IRB used to rescue woman from flooded Kaitaia property

Northland is under an orange rain warning as the wild weather continues.

Northland is under an orange rain warning as the wild weather continues.

Chocolate Factory

The dark secret behind some of your favourite chocolate brands

The dark secret behind some of your favourite chocolate brands

Pro Wrestling

Kids love pro wrestling - but who is their favourite wrestling star?

Kids love pro wrestling - but who is their favourite wrestling star?

Local resident had concerns before fire

Woolston resident Phil Campbell says he'd raised concerns about the amassing and crushing of cars at the National Steel site with Environment Canterbury, the city council and his former local MP Ruth Dyson, but nothing came of it.

Woolston resident Phil Campbell says he'd raised concerns about the amassing and crushing of cars at the National Steel site with Environment Canterbury, the city council and his former local MP Ruth Dyson, but nothing came of it.

Hundreds of car bodies involved in blaze at a scrap metal yard

Assistant area commander Dave Berry says up to 60 firefighters worked to extinguish the blaze on Wednesday evening. About 10 fire trucks remained at the scene on Thursday.

Assistant area commander Dave Berry says up to 60 firefighters worked to extinguish the blaze on Wednesday evening. About 10 fire trucks remained at the scene on Thursday.

Nelson's Maitai River overflows as rain continues to bucket down

The footage was taken by Nelson City Council members out delivering emergency food parcels.

The footage was taken by Nelson City Council members out delivering emergency food parcels.

Footage shows multiple slips blocking road in Ruby Bay, Tasman

Video taken by Nick Ferrier shows the damage on Stafford Rd.

Video taken by Nick Ferrier shows the damage on Stafford Rd.

Fire at Christchurch scrap metal yard expected to burn for days

Crews at the site in Woolston say it will take some time to dampen down hot spots.

Crews at the site in Woolston say it will take some time to dampen down hot spots.

Stoke residents muck in as torrent washes down road

People living in Coster St, Stoke, watched on as a torrent of debris came down their street.

People living in Coster St, Stoke, watched on as a torrent of debris came down their street.

Engineers deal with flooding, scouring on Nelson road

Vision filmed by Rob Hunter of Terra Firma Ltd show how badly affected some parts of Nelson are.

Vision filmed by Rob Hunter of Terra Firma Ltd show how badly affected some parts of Nelson are.

Heavy rain, flooding causes disruption in Nelson Tasman and West Coast

Here’s an update from Nelson and Westport at midday on Thursday.

Here’s an update from Nelson and Westport at midday on Thursday.

Wild seas whip up sea foam in Doubtless Bay Northland

A number of roads have also been closed in the region.

A number of roads have also been closed in the region.

Some Nelson and Westport residents forced to evacuate homes amid extreme weather

1News reporters have this update early on Thursday morning as parts of the South Island endure heavy rain, flooding.

1News reporters have this update early on Thursday morning as parts of the South Island endure heavy rain, flooding.

Fire crews remain at site of car scrapyard fire in Christchurch

The large blaze broke out Wednesday night in Woolston.

The large blaze broke out Wednesday night in Woolston.

Christchurch scrap yard fire burning, cordons remain in place

A large fire has engulfed a scrap metal yard on Garlands Rd, in Christchurch.

A large fire has engulfed a scrap metal yard on Garlands Rd, in Christchurch.

Maitai River floods homes in Nelson

The flooded Maitai River in Nelson enters houses in Avon Terrace, Nelson.

The flooded Maitai River in Nelson enters houses in Avon Terrace, Nelson.

Nelson residents warned to keep away from floodwaters

Alec Louverdis from Civil Defence Nelson Tasman says the water could potentially be contaminated by sewage.

Alec Louverdis from Civil Defence Nelson Tasman says the water could potentially be contaminated by sewage.

Cars submerged amid Nelson flooding

Footage shows gushing torrents in central city streets as the Maitai River overflows.

Footage shows gushing torrents in central city streets as the Maitai River overflows.

Scrap metal yard ablaze in Christchurch

Video shows smoke billowing from the Woolston property, with social media reports surrounding homes have been evacuated.

Video shows smoke billowing from the Woolston property, with social media reports surrounding homes have been evacuated.

Whanganui retreat a stairway to heaven for musicians

Like a yoga retreat but for musicians, the experience helps wannabe musos unleash their inner rock star.

Like a yoga retreat but for musicians, the experience helps wannabe musos unleash their inner rock star.

Disabled Kiwis remain untapped labour resource despite worker shortage

New figures show their unemployment rate is almost two and half times that of the general population.

New figures show their unemployment rate is almost two and half times that of the general population.

Fresh push underway to lure overseas tourists back this summer

This time last year we were preparing to start our longest lockdown, plunging the tourism industry into the doldrums.

This time last year we were preparing to start our longest lockdown, plunging the tourism industry into the doldrums.

Te ao Māori mourns death of devoted champion of education

Sir Toby Curtis spent most of his 83 years imparting his knowledge and challenging the crown to improve the lives of his people.

Sir Toby Curtis spent most of his 83 years imparting his knowledge and challenging the crown to improve the lives of his people.

Latest bid to stall inflation sees Official Cash Rate climb to 3%

It's the seventh consecutive time the Reserve Bank has opted for a rise.

It's the seventh consecutive time the Reserve Bank has opted for a rise.

Accusations ARISE mega church trying to bury damning bullying report

The independent review highlights serious cultural problems at ARISE, but lawyers for the church and its former pastors initially threatened 1News with legal action if we published any of it

The independent review highlights serious cultural problems at ARISE, but lawyers for the church and its former pastors initially threatened 1News with legal action if we published any of it

Flooding hits top of the South Island as weather system moves in

A state of emergency has been announced in Nelson.

A state of emergency has been announced in Nelson.

Flooding in Nelson following torrential rainfall

A state of emergency has been declared after the Matai River breached its banks.

A state of emergency has been declared after the Matai River breached its banks.

Flooding on road next to Nelson's Maitai River

Around 70 homes were being evacuated on Wednesday afternoon.

Around 70 homes were being evacuated on Wednesday afternoon.

Tour of flooded Rai Valley farm

Justin Morrison says river levels are rising fast.

Justin Morrison says river levels are rising fast.

Man dead after incident on North Shore

Armed police attend a crime scene on Ocean View Rd, in Auckland's Hillcrest.

Armed police attend a crime scene on Ocean View Rd, in Auckland's Hillcrest.

Flooding, slips hit as 'river of rain' spreads over Tasman

Nelson shows the signs of heavy rain after several warnings were issued by the Met Service, from atmospheric rivers that are hitting the South Island.

Nelson shows the signs of heavy rain after several warnings were issued by the Met Service, from atmospheric rivers that are hitting the South Island.

NZ's monkeypox vaccine rollout plan to be released soon

New Zealand reported its fourth case of monkeypox last week and public health officials say the response is "well underway".

New Zealand reported its fourth case of monkeypox last week and public health officials say the response is "well underway".

Call for drivers to slow down on busy detour after beloved Burmese cat killed by car

Marion James' cat was hit and killed on Rutherford St which is a detour for nearby Waimea Rd. James says cars are ignoring the 30kmh speed limit and worries there will be a serious accident.

Marion James' cat was hit and killed on Rutherford St which is a detour for nearby Waimea Rd. James says cars are ignoring the 30kmh speed limit and worries there will be a serious accident.

West Coast couple call for more support as the region braces for heavy rain

Mike and Jackie Karl have put all their belongings up on blocks in case their home floods.

Mike and Jackie Karl have put all their belongings up on blocks in case their home floods.

Nelson woman shows extent of flooding on street

Simone Thomson has concerns over rising water levels on Waimea Road.

Simone Thomson has concerns over rising water levels on Waimea Road.

Nelson woman gives flooding update as rain buckets down

Simone Thomson shows the situation on Waimea Road.

Simone Thomson shows the situation on Waimea Road.

16 new deaths, 4489 new community Covid cases

Dr Andrew Old said cases are trending downwards.

Dr Andrew Old said cases are trending downwards.

Explainer: NZ’s various Covid-19 rules

As our latest poll reveals the majority of Kiwis are ready for Covid-19 restrictions to end, we take a look back at NZ’s changing rules, frameworks and settings.

As our latest poll reveals the majority of Kiwis are ready for Covid-19 restrictions to end, we take a look back at NZ’s changing rules, frameworks and settings.

Poraha resident leaves home due to Golden Bay downpour

Thomas Cox is moving items to his in-laws as flooding hits his property.

Thomas Cox is moving items to his in-laws as flooding hits his property.

Christopher Luxon says he's a 'big fan of diversity'

National's leader says he's "confident" the party will have a diverse set of candidates for the next election.

National's leader says he's "confident" the party will have a diverse set of candidates for the next election.

Police investigate man’s death on Auckland’s North Shore

Police were called to the Northcote house after reports of an altercation Tuesday night.

Police were called to the Northcote house after reports of an altercation Tuesday night.

Buller District Deputy Mayor urges residents to be prepared for possible flooding

Sharon Roche says “we will not be letting down our guard in any way”.

Sharon Roche says “we will not be letting down our guard in any way”.

'Boulder cannon' study shows how Auckland homes would stand volcanic eruption

University of Canterbury researchers built a pneumatic cannon within a shipping container to test how houses would withstand projectiles blasted at 180kph.

University of Canterbury researchers built a pneumatic cannon within a shipping container to test how houses would withstand projectiles blasted at 180kph.

Council candidate hides behind closed door when asked about conspiracy group

Selwyn District Council candidate Elizabeth Mundt is questioned about her alleged links to Voices for Freedom.

Selwyn District Council candidate Elizabeth Mundt is questioned about her alleged links to Voices for Freedom.

Buller mayor gives update on flood preparations

Buller mayor Jamie Cleine says the forecast indicates the West Coast will experience flooding and it is a question of "how big and when".

Buller mayor Jamie Cleine says the forecast indicates the West Coast will experience flooding and it is a question of "how big and when".

Te Aratai College students don't want a white supremacist on the board

A white supremacist jailed for sharing footage of the March 15 terror attack is standing for the board at one of Christchurch’s most multicultural schools. But the students say they'll do everything they can to stop him.

A white supremacist jailed for sharing footage of the March 15 terror attack is standing for the board at one of Christchurch’s most multicultural schools. But the students say they'll do everything they can to stop him.

South Pacific dance troupe Black Grace returns to international stage

The group were invited to the Jacob's Pillow summer dance festival in New York.

The group were invited to the Jacob's Pillow summer dance festival in New York.

Professional firefighters to strike for an hour on Friday

Expect delays in the response to emergencies between 11am and Friday is the warning from Fire and Emergency.

Expect delays in the response to emergencies between 11am and Friday is the warning from Fire and Emergency.

‘Exceptional’ weather event set to soak parts of NZ

It could lead to flooding over the coming days, with more than a month's worth of rain potentially hitting some regions.

It could lead to flooding over the coming days, with more than a month's worth of rain potentially hitting some regions.

Christchurch could face multi-million-dollar bill to fluoridate water supply

Last month, the director general of health ordered councils to add fluoride to all public water.

Last month, the director general of health ordered councils to add fluoride to all public water.

Mortgage owners braced for more pain as rates hike expected

New Zealand's leading banks have given their predictions at where the official cash rate might end up in 2022.

New Zealand's leading banks have given their predictions at where the official cash rate might end up in 2022.

Gaurav Sharma suspended by Labour after bullying allegations saga

“Caucus has determined suspension is the most appropriate response to the repeated breaches of trust from Gaurav over recent days,” Jacinda Ardern said.

“Caucus has determined suspension is the most appropriate response to the repeated breaches of trust from Gaurav over recent days,” Jacinda Ardern said.

Man appears in court accused of murdering health boss wife

Philip John Polkinghorne is accused of killing Pauline Hannah – a senior figure at the Counties Manukau DHB - in April 2021.

Philip John Polkinghorne is accused of killing Pauline Hannah – a senior figure at the Counties Manukau DHB - in April 2021.

Labour caucus suspends Gaurav Sharma effective immediately – Ardern

Jacinda Ardern says Sharma failed to attend a Zoom meeting to discuss his future.

Jacinda Ardern says Sharma failed to attend a Zoom meeting to discuss his future.

Coastal erosion at Whirinaki, Hawke's Bay

Coastal erosion at Whirinaki, Hawke's Bay.

Coastal erosion at Whirinaki, Hawke's Bay.

Officers put police dog through window during Blenheim arrest

Police taser a man and put a police dog through a window on August 15.

Police taser a man and put a police dog through a window on August 15.

Kieran McAnulty: ‘The whole thing is just a sad, sad situation’

“These claims have been pretty widely rejected, and I stand by that too,” McAnulty told 1News of Gaurav Sharma’s comments.

“These claims have been pretty widely rejected, and I stand by that too,” McAnulty told 1News of Gaurav Sharma’s comments.

Rotorua Luge

Kids put Rotorua’s biggest tourist attraction to the test!

Kids put Rotorua’s biggest tourist attraction to the test!

Showquest

Go behind the scenes with the award-winning kid talent from the first ever all-digital Showquest

Go behind the scenes with the award-winning kid talent from the first ever all-digital Showquest

NZ 'can', 'should be doing more' to support Ukraine - Ukrainian-Kiwi

Lawyer Anastasiya Gutorova says Ukraine can't win the war with Russia without NZ’s continued support.

Lawyer Anastasiya Gutorova says Ukraine can't win the war with Russia without NZ’s continued support.

Afghan refugees settling into life in NZ a year on from fall of Kabul

The Taliban gave foreign troops just two weeks to evacuate residents from the capital.

The Taliban gave foreign troops just two weeks to evacuate residents from the capital.

Boundary-breaking waiata Poi E turns 40

The song is being celebrated by its nearest and dearest – the Patea Māori Club.

The song is being celebrated by its nearest and dearest – the Patea Māori Club.

Growing calls for rules around screen time in schools

New international research shows excessive screen time could damage children’s eyesight.

New international research shows excessive screen time could damage children’s eyesight.

Dame Lynda Topp on council bid, cancer treatment

Dame Lynda spoke exclusively to 1News’ Donna-Marie Lever about her latest challenge.

Dame Lynda spoke exclusively to 1News’ Donna-Marie Lever about her latest challenge.

Afghan refugees settling into life in NZ a year on from fall of Kabul

The Taliban gave foreign troops just two weeks to evacuate residents from the capital.

The Taliban gave foreign troops just two weeks to evacuate residents from the capital.

Urgent caucus meeting called over Sharma bullying claims

It comes as the Hamilton West MP unleashed further claims of bullying on social media.

It comes as the Hamilton West MP unleashed further claims of bullying on social media.

National’s tax plan dealt major blow by latest poll

In a 1News Kantar Public Poll, Kiwis overwhelmingly rejected a tax cut for the wealthiest New Zealanders.

In a 1News Kantar Public Poll, Kiwis overwhelmingly rejected a tax cut for the wealthiest New Zealanders.

Ardern hasn't 'seen anything to substantiate' Sharma bullying claims

The Prime Minister characterised it as a "disagreement".

The Prime Minister characterised it as a "disagreement".

Dame Lynda Topp discusses council candidacy, cancer battle

The famous singer and comedian is running for Ashburton District Council in this year’s local body election.

The famous singer and comedian is running for Ashburton District Council in this year’s local body election.

Ardern hasn't 'seen anything to substantiate' Sharma bullying claims

The Prime Minister characterised it as a "disagreement".

The Prime Minister characterised it as a "disagreement".

Still issues 3 years after review into bullying in Parliamentary workplace

Speaking about the Gaurav Sharma saga Jacinda Ardern said “there will from time-to-time be disagreements”.

Speaking about the Gaurav Sharma saga Jacinda Ardern said “there will from time-to-time be disagreements”.

Good Sorts: Teacher weaves love for dogs into her work

Alice also volunteers for a dog foster and rehoming charity.

Alice also volunteers for a dog foster and rehoming charity.

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.

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.

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.

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