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The ACT Party's sole MP could have company in Parliament, lots of it, if the latest 1 News Colmar Brunton poll proves accurate.
It puts the party's support at 7 percent. That translates to nine MPs.
A new, previously unknown case of covid has emerged as likely being the country's first.
The Ministry of Health says it has uncovered the find after a Waikato man returned a weak positive test this… Audio
Our travel wings have been clipped with the borders closed for the foreseeable future but there may be some hope on the horizon. Ponant Yacht Cruises and Expeditions wants to operate 'bubble… Video, Audio
Today marks one year since the discovery of the body of Mason Pendrous in his room at his Canterbury University accommodation.
The 19-year-old lay dead for between two and four weeks at the Sonoda… Audio
Two years after medicinal cannabis was made legal in Britain, many doctors are still not prescribing it.
And although it's early days, with only one medical cannabis product approved for use in New… Audio
News from the business sector, including a market report. Video, Audio
Two companies that imported dangerous toys have been fined a total of $118,000, but one judge says penalties should be much higher.
It was the second prosecution for one retailer, prompting some in… Audio
It was all about New Zealand's farmers on Wednesday as the National and Labour Party leaders hit the campaign trail once again after last night's election debate.
The pressure on the rural sector… Audio
It has been revealed that New Zealand's first Covid-19 infection was actually a week earlier than previously thought.
The Ministry of Health originally recorded our first case of the virus as a… Video, Audio
The Te Awe Team is made up of Curators, Collection Technicians, Conservators, Storage Technicians and a dedicated photographer who care for the incredible variety of taonga Māori housed in the Museum.
New Zealand government to invest $39.7 million to support Pacific learners and families in the regions hit hardest by Covid-19.
Tongan rugby cult hero, Sona Taumalolo, says he is back where he belongs.
Former gymnasts have cast serious doubt over the review into abuse allegations at Gymnastics New Zealand.
The organisation commissioned an independent review in August, after a series of allegations… Audio
New Zealand's domestic spy agency is reviewing the huge leak of data believed to be used by China's intelligence service.
The Security Intelligence Service has obtained the information relating to… Audio
The death of two brothers from Covid 19 in less than a fortnight has prompted a warning from their family for others to take it seriously.
Nigel Huirama Te Hiko died yesterday afternoon at Waikato… Audio
On Thursday New Zealand will officially be in a recession with quarterly growth figures expected to tank.
But the Finance Minister is looking on the bright side, saying the economy is doing better… Video, Audio
The Nelson City Council has deemed a dog, which attacked and killed a sheep, must remain muzzled in public.
Banshee the Husky mauled a sheep in June and was classified as a menacing dog.
Its owner… Video, Audio
The National Party has unveiled an $800 million suite of new health initiatives it's promising to roll out over the next four years if elected.
The plan includes a previously announced independent… Audio
The Finance Minister says he's got a balanced plan to reduce debt and keep services going, despite concerning unemployment forecasts.
The books have been opened ahead of the election today, and they… Video, Audio