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More than 30 Melbourne suburbs will go into a four-week lockdown tonight in an attempt to bring an outbreak of Covid-19 cases across the city back under control. Video, Audio
New Zealanders can travel to the European Union from tomorrow, when its external borders are reopened to people from select countries.
But the Government is warning anyone who takes up that… Audio
Elections are just around the corner - here's what you want to know but have been too embarrassed to ask. Audio
One headline called it an "enormous" recovery for the National Party, another said the Labour Party had been brought "back down to earth".
The latest 1 News Colmar Brunton poll shows gains and… Audio
The National Party leader, Todd Muller, says New Zealanders deserve to know how many people were allowed out of managed isolation early without being tested.
Two women tested positive after they had… Audio
The Health Minister says he relied on assurances from Ministry officials that routine testing of people in managed isolation and quarantine was taking place.
David Clark has been under fire this… Audio
There have been promises to do better but no apology from the Prime Minister for the latest bungle at the border.
The blame game is heating up after the revelation two women were allowed to leave… Audio
There're still conflicting views on what sisters who have Covid-19 did on their trip from Auckland to Wellington.
It's now emerged the two women did, as National MP Michael Woodhouse said, have… Audio
The government is facing a fierce backlash after the bungled quarantine of two returning New Zealand citizens - including calls for the Health Minister to resign.
The Prime Minister has announced she… Video, Audio
New Zealand has averted a health crisis but now heads for an economic downturn. Audio
Focus on politics looks at coalition wrangling as the election draws nearer. Audio
New Zealand First is flexing its muscles within the coalition, now publicly criticising some of the commercial rent measures its partner Labour had been pushing for - which it ended up blocking.
Nationwide protests attended by hundreds of people here over the weekend have drawn political condemnation for flouting level 2 rules, but there's little appetite for prosecutions.
Deputy Prime… Audio
National Party under fire for its whitewashed front bench, iwi oppose a proposed landfill north of Tamaki Makaurau and push back from iwi chairs over tough new rules to clean up the country's… Audio
New National leader Todd Muller talks about the leadership spill, his caucus and the upcoming election. Audio
For a second day straight, National has found itself in controversy about colour - specifically, the colour white.
Tensions over race relations have boiled over again today with one senior National… Audio
National's ousted deputy leader, Paula Bennett, has somewhat unexpectedly thrown her support behind the party's new leadership team.
Leader Todd Muller and his deputy Nikki Kaye blundered their first… Audio
New National Party leader Todd Muller is wasting no time putting his stamp on the party's front bench with a caucus reshuffle expected to be unveiled today.
It's understood Muller spent last night… Audio
National MPs have chosen Todd Muller to lead the party into the general election. RNZ's Political Editor, Jane Patterson, speaks to Jesse Mulligan. Audio
National MPs are meeting on the third floor of Parliament, ready to cast their votes for the party leadership.
Simon Bridges called the vote after it became clear Todd Muller and Nikki Kaye wanted to… Audio