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A Fijian couple were so intent on living and working in New Zealand that they each married Kiwi partners to trick Immigration New Zealand.
Former Pike River deputy Marty Palmer says he would be willing to sign away any corporate liability in order to go into the Pike River drift.
The Labour Party will have a new leader by mid-November, with a timetable for the primary-style contest being confirmed by the party's ruling council.
Labour will release the details of its leadership election this morning.
The fight for Labour's leadership has become bitter and personal, with David Cunliffe's wife caught in the crossfire.
John Key says he would think carefully before committing NZ troops to fight IS militants.
David Cunliffe's wife Karen Price has issued an apology, after being outed as running a Twitter account attacking Labour MPs and critics.
David Cunliffe and Grant Robertson are lobbying for support ahead of the Labour Party leadership election.
Fallout continues from the Pike River disaster, with one of the Royal Commissioners touring the country outlining how the mine had "the worst of everything".
The Labour leadership battle is turning to insults, as Team Cunliffe and Team Robertson square off.
Foreign Minister Murray McCully has used his speech to the United Nations General Assembly to attack the UN Security Council for its failure to act in Iraq and Syria.
The Labour Party has emerged from its caucus meeting with David Parker and Annette King as caretaker leader and deputy leader respectively, with the top job likely filled before Christmas.
Foreign affairs minister Murray McCully has criticised the UN's failure to prevent conflict in Syria, Gaza and Ukraine.
ACT MP David Seymour says he could 'ultimately' take over from leader Jamie Whyte.
The SAS is reportedly on standby to join Australian forces in Iraq supporting the United States-led action against IS.
David Cunliffe is defending his decision to seek re-election as the Labour Party's MPs face another long and difficult caucus meeting.
The ACT Party's David Seymour can look forward to a string of Parliamentary perks and funding worth more than $500,000.
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