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John Key has landed in Saudi Arabia today, just as its war with rebels in neighbouring Yemen intensifies.
The Productivity Commission says changes are needed to ensure social services are providing for New Zealand's most vulnerable people.
The Minister for Women has rejected a claim she dismissed a complaint by the waitress at the centre of "ponytail-gate" to protect the Prime Minister.
John Banks shouldn't face a retrial because the Crown made an error in failing to disclose evidence showing Kim Dotcom changing his story ahead of a Court of Appeal hearing, his lawyer says.
John Banks will appear in the Court of Appeal asking it to recall its decision ordering a retrial on his charge of falsely declaring donations from Kim Dotcom anonymous.
The Prime Minister's wife will be covering up in the traditional robes rather than taking a moral stand in Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia is a rich country in a very rich part of the world, and Prime Minister John Key is there to talk trade.
NZ and Australian troops didn't know their bravery would help forge the Anzac bond that endures to this day, John Key says.
Huge numbers gathered at the Auckland War Memorial Museum for the city's Dawn Service this morning.
The Gallipoli pilgrims have snuggled up in their sleeping bags as they begin the long cold wait for the Anzac Day dawn service.
The Governor-General joins The Nation to talk about his grandfather who was part of the Maori Contingent that arrived at Gallipoli.
Prime Minister John Key says he's filled with enormous pride and great sadness after walking around memorial sites at Gallipoli.
Winston Peters says the Government is allowing "absolute crap" to settle in New Zealand, a day after record immigration figures were announced.
Labour is criticising the Government's decision to award a financial growth grant to Team New Zealand's America's Cup rival.
Pulling a waitress' ponytail was silly, says a contrite Prime Minister John Key – but a legal expert says it's unlikely he will face any legal consequences.
Nick Smith is happy with the rate of progress made in Christchurch housing but wants to see more affordable houses being built.
The Prime Minister will be hoping the media storm that erupted after his infamous ponytail tugging doesn't follow him to Gallipoli.
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