ONE News

ONE News

Infobox Television
show_name = ONE News
format = News programme
runtime = "6pm:" 60 minutes (includes advertisments)
"NZI Business/ Breakfast:" 5 min updates every 30 minutes from 6.00am-8.30am
"Good Morning:" 5 min updates at 10am and 11am
"Midday:" 30 minutes (includes advertisments)
":" 25 minutes (including adverts)
"Tonight:" 30 minutes (including adverts)
presenter = Simon Dallow and Wendy Petrie (6pm weeknights)
Peter Williams and Bernadine Oliver-Kerby (6pm weekends)
Peter Williams or Alison Mau"(Breakfast, Good Morning & Midday)"
Neil Waka "()"
Greg Boyed "(Tonight)"
country = flag|New Zealand
first_aired = 3 November 1969
last_aired = present
website = |

ONE News (formerly known as "Network News" and "One Network News") is the news-service produced by Television New Zealand. The service is broadcast live, directly from TVNZ's broadcasting centre in Auckland. The flagship news bulletin is the nightly 6pm news, but "ONE News" also has midday, afternoon and late night news bulletins, as well as current affairs shows such as "Breakfast" and "Close Up".

The 6pm programme is New Zealand's most-watched news programme. As of July 2008, it has a market share of "44%" (651,400+ each night). [ [ "Nine months of growth for One News", "TVNZ"] August 2008.]

The current chief producer is Tony Davenport, and the head of TVNZ News and Current Affairs is Anthony Flannery.

"ONE News" was judged "Best News" in the Qantas Media Awards in September 2008.


"ONE News" was first broadcast as a thirty minute news programme under the name "NZBC Network News" on 3 November 1969, read by Dougal Stevenson. The show featured many other newsreaders until NZBC was dissolved in 1975. The programme was then relaunched under the name "Network News". Judy Bailey and Neil Billington presented the show from 1987, with Richard Long presenting and producing sports news. When Billington passed away later that year, Long started co-fronting "Network News". Bailey and Long would remain as the main news anchors for the next fifteen years.

Until 1990, a regional news programme was broadcast in each of the four main regions: "Top Half", for Auckland and the upper North Island; "Today Tonight", for Wellington and the lower North Island; "Mainland Touch" for Christchurch, Canterbury and the upper South Island; and "The South Tonight" for Otago and Southland. These programmes ran for 20 minutes during the main news programme at 6pm, between the sports and weather news, but were later moved to before the main broadcast to make way for the "Holmes" current affairs show in 1989.

In 1989, "Network News" was relaunched as "ONE Network News", due to competition from new broadcasting station TV3's news programme "3 National News".

In 1995 the show was extended from 30 minutes in length to 60 minutes.

On August 11 1997, the "Breakfast" show was first aired, hosted by Susan Wood and Mike Hosking.

In 1998, TVNZ signed 3 News anchor John Hawkesby to replace Richard Long. But when Haweskby began presenting the "ONE Network News" at 6pm alongside Judy Bailey, there was a public outcry over the separation of Bailey and Long, that lead to Long reinstated as co-anchor at 6pm. Hawkesby later took TVNZ to court, a dispute that he subsequently won.The show was renamed again for the turn of the new millennium, this time to the current name of "ONE News".

2003 saw a major shake up of TVNZ's news and current affairs programming with entering head Bill Ralston making sweeping changes to the formats of all programmes. A new state-of-the-art studio came into use for "ONE News" programmes, but many presenters were culled. The main 6pm bulletin reverted to a single-headed broadcast with Judy Bailey as chief anchor. The changes saw the end of Long and Bailey's partnership after 15 years. Jim Hickey, one of TVNZ's most popular weather presenters, and sports presenter April Bruce also left in 2003. Hickey returned to "ONE News" in 2007.

The current post-news current affairs programme, "Close Up" came into being in November 2004, when Paul Holmes, host of the "Holmes" programme, resigned following failed contract negotiations. "Close Up" followed the same format as "Holmes", but was hosted by Susan Wood, until her resignation in 2006.

In October 2005, TVNZ announced that it would not be renewing long-standing flagship broadcaster Judy Bailey's contract; some observersWho|date=July 2008 believe this was a direct reaction to the programme's market share decline in Auckland to 3 News. Judy Bailey signed off for the final time at the end of the 6pm "ONE News" bulletin on 23 December 2005 and a video tribute was played. This video can be found on YouTube. She was TVNZ's longest serving newsreader and had been reporting and presenting for 34 years. When "ONE News" returned after the Christmas break of 2005-2006, it reverted back to double-headed presentation with Wendy Petrie and Simon Dallow taking over from Bailey.

The weekend 6pm bulletin remained single-headed until September 2008, when Peter Williams joined Bernadine Oliver-Kirby as co-anchor.

Previous "ONE News" Logos


ONE News

The main "ONE News" bulletin screens nightly at 6pm and is fronted by Simon Dallow and Wendy Petrie on weekdays, and Bernadine Oliver-Kerby and Peter Williams at weekends, with sport from Jenny-May Coffin or Andrew Saville and weather from Karen Olsen or Jim Hickey. The bulletin starts off at 6pm with the weather presenter explaining the current weather situation, standing in front of a map of New Zealand either showing the isobar map or icons displaying the weather in towns that day. The bulletin leads with general news items for the first part of the show, with another weather update at about 6:25, followed by business and sports news, and the main weather bulletin at about 6:55. There is usually one oddspot item before the broadcast ends at 7pm.

On weekdays, "ONE News" screens bulletins right throughout the day. This includes "One News Breakfast", hosted by Peter Williams on Monday-Wednesday and Alison Mau on Thursday and Friday. These are 5-10 minute news and weather updates that screen on the half hour during NZI Business and TV One's Breakfast show (news 6-8.30am, weather 6.35-8.35am). Weather reports during "Breakfast" are presented by Tamati Coffey.

At 10am and 11am, during Good Morning, 5 minute news and weather updates screen and are hosted by the same presenter for "Breakfast" news that day. "ONE News" also produces three half-hour bulletins, which screen at Midday, 4:30pm and 10:30pm. The midday bulletin, "ONE News at Midday" is also hosted by the same presenter for "Breakfast" news, with business news from Corin Dann. "ONE News at 4:30" is presented by Neil Waka, and the late night broadcast, "One News Tonight" is presented by Greg Boyed; it usually screens around 10:30pm.


One News also produces news bulletins for TVNZ's factual channel, TVNZ 7. These bulletins are called "TVNZ News Now", and are screened live on the hour every hour, between 6am-11pm, seven days a week. The bulletins are 10 minutes long, and update the latest in news, sport and weather. Between 6-9am on weekdays, there are rolling bulletins for the whole three hours. The 8pm bulletin, "TVNZ News at 8" is one hour long, and is presented by Greg Boyed and Geraline Knox. This bulletin generally recaps the main stories from the One News 6pm bulletin, but since TVNZ 7 is advertisement free, this enables more time for extended interviews on the day's top stories, and extra international stories are also aired.

TVNZ News Now presenters include: Rochelle Gillespie, Jenny-May Coffin, Tiffany Hardy, Andrew Scott, Fiona Anderson, Ben Christie, Phil McGrath, Sharon Fergusson, Billie-Jo Ropiha, Renee Wright and Glen Larmer.


'For more details on this topic, see Breakfast

* Weekdays between 6:30am-9am.
* Presented by Paul Henry and Pippa Wetzel. News segments presented by Peter Williams Mondays-Wednesdays, and Alison Mau on Thursdays-Fridays. Mau is also Wetzel's backup. Tamati Coffey is the weather presenter and roving reporter.

"Breakfast" is a two-and-a-half hour long magazine style news and current affairs programme, which looks at the days headlines and events happening around New Zealand. News, sport and weather are updated every half hour, with business news being updated at around 6:40am, 7:10am and 8:10am.

NZI Business

* Weekdays at 6.00am
* Presented by Corin Dann"NZI Business" (formerly "Breakfast Business" and "ASB Business") is a half-hour business news programme, with insights into issues affecting the business sector. In September 2006, "NZI Business" began podcasting segments of its programme.

Close Up

* Weekdays at 7pm
* Presented by Mark Sainsbury, Paul Henry"Close Up" is a half-hour current affairs programme, which features mostly local human interest stories.


* Sundays at 7.30pm
* Presented by Cameron Bennett"Sunday" is an hour-long current affairs programme, featuring local and international stories.


* Sundays at 10.00am
* Presented by Rawdon Christie with political interviews conducted by Guyon Espiner.Each week Christie and Espiner are joined by members of New Zealand's Political Media.


* Saturdays at 9.30am
* Presented by Willie Jackson"Eye-to-Eye" is an interview programme with featuring Maori-related stories.

Te Karere

* Weekdays at 3.45pm
* Presented by Scotty Morrison"Te Karere" is a twenty-minute news programme broadcast entirely in Maori.

=Team [cite web | title=ONE News Team | publisher=TVNZ |date=UNKNOWN accessdate=2008-07-17 | url=] =

Gallery (Political)

*Guyon Espiner Editor.
*Francesca Mold Deputy Editor.
*Kris Faafoi Reporter.
*Jessica Mutch Reporter.


*Lisa Owen Reporter.
*Garth Bray Reporter.
*Melissa Stokes Reporter.
*Beth Roche Reporter.
*Rawdon Christie Reporter.
*Nicole Bremner Reporter.
*Hayden Jones Reporter.
*Adrian Stevanon Reporter.
*Grace Edwards Tonight Reporter.
*Diana Vezich Reporter.
*Hannah Ockleford - Reporter.

Breakfast Reporters

*Amy Kelly Breakfast Reporter.
*Jay Harkness Breakfast Reporter.
*Rachel McGregor Breakfast Reporter.

ports Reporters

*Toni Street Sports Reporter.
*Antony Stevens Sports Reporter.
*Martin Tasker Sports Reporter.
*Craig Stanaway Sports Reporter.
*Stephen Stuart Sports Reporter.
*Andrew Morrison Sports Reporter.

Midday & Tonight Reporters

*Krissy Moreau Midday Reporter.
*Grace Edwards Tonight Reporter.


*Simon Bradwell Reporter.
*Heather du Plessis-Allan Reporter.
*Shalleen Hern Reporter.
*Alexi O'Brien Reporter.
*Micheal Parkin Reporter.
*Abby Scott Reporter.
*David Young Reporter.
*Julie Ash Sports Reporter.
*Matt McLean Breakfast Reporter.


*Daniel Faitaua Reporter.
*Brent Fraser Reporter.
*Arrun Soma Reporter.
*Vicki Wilkinson-Baker Reporter.
*Blair Norton Sports Reporter.
*Julia Hilligan Reporter
*Jack Tame Breakfast Reporter.


*John McDermott Reporter.
*Megan Martin Reporter.

Other Bureaux

*Tshai Tiffen Freelance Reporter. Queenstown
*John Newton Reporter. Palmerston North/Central Nth. Island


*Mark Crysell (London)
*Hannah Hodson (Sydney)
*Tim Wilson (New York)
*Barbara Dreaver (Pacific)

Topic Reporters

*Owen Poland Business Correspondent- Auckland.
*Tini Molyneux Maori Affairs Correspondent- Auckland.
*Lorelei Mason Health Corespondent- Christchurch.

External links

* [ Television New Zealand corporate website] .
* [ ONE News website]
* [,2406,111544-247-252,00.html History of New Zealand Television] .


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