The number of damaged vehicles has sparked fears that sellers could offload damaged vehicles to unknowing buyers.
The Temporary Accommodation Service (TAS) assists people in need after natural disasters.
Police say the premises has been locked down.
The 3pm post-Cabinet media conference will be livestreamed on the 1News website.
As New Zealand tries to finally fulfil its new refugee quota, concerns are growing over the unaffordable and poor quality housing they're being put in.
A small commercial plane was set alight when it landed in a remote highland area, according to a statement from a Papuan rebel group.
The record rainfall caused a dramatic increase in debris and rubbish going out to sea.
HealthPost Nature Trust chairman Peter Butler says the goal is to return the area to how it used to be.
Discount pharmacies like the Chemist Warehouse and Countdown supermarket stores absorb the usual $5 prescription charges as a loss-leader model.
The 'Famous Five' will swim, run and bike the North Island from top to bottom to raise money for Gumboot Friday.
Eco-anxiety, also known as climate change anxiety (anipā o te huringa āhuarangi), is a chronic sense of fear or worry about the impact of climate change.
1News meteorologist Dan Corbett explains the mechanics behind a tropical cyclone.
During Auckland's extreme weather and flooding on 27 January, the bridge was washed away after bearing the brunt of the overflowing Rangitopuni Stream.
80,000 solar panels will generate approximately 80 GWh a year - enough to power close to 10,000 houses.
Hipkins met Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese at Parliament House in Canberra today.
The trans-Tasman leaders met at the Prime Minister's Courtyard at the Australian Parliament.
A year ago, protesters covered almost every inch of the grounds with tents and stalls while vehicles clogged the surrounding streets for nearly a month.
Two of the 12 barns at the Zeagold farm in Orini were destroyed by the blaze, the cause of which is unknown.
The Crown today called Robert Wynyard the "second most prolific offender" in the abuse at the school.
1News political reporter Felix Desmarais was on the ground in Canberra.