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An independent inquiry has found a series of major failings in New Zealand's approach to domestic violence.
The Auckland Council has voted against holding a public referendum on how to pay for the multi-billion dollar shortfall in the region's transport budget.
Chris Finlayson has apologised for dismissing Parliament's select committee process as "chit chat".
John Key is refusing to apologise for misleading the public by denying he was texting Whale Oil blogger Cameron Slater, even though he was.
Convicted murderer and child molester Phillip Smith was able to claim $26,700 in student living costs while he was in prison.
Parts of the Government's proposed anti-terrorist legislation substantially interfere with human rights and individual liberties, the Law Society says.
John Key has blamed confusion and loud noises in the House for having to officially amend the record about having text conversations with Cameron Slater.
Prime Minister John Key was forced to correct the record after misleading Parliament when questioned on a text exchange with Whale Oil blogger Cameron Slater.
Labour wants an investigation into whether the Prime Minister revealed details of an embargoed report to blogger Cameron Slater.
The Greens want to change the rules around donations to political parties and lower the limit for undisclosed donations.
Kim Dotcom is heading back to court in a bid to stay out of jail and face new allegations he breached his bail conditions.
The Prime Minister's office has released the text messages between Whale Oil blogger Cameron Slater and John Key.
People wanting to submit on the Government's anti-terrorist bill only have until tomorrow to do so.
The National Party pocketed more than $3 million in undisclosed donations over the past three years, the Green Party says.
Labour leader Andrew Little has told the Prime Minister to "cut the crap" and apologise for running a "smear machine" out of his office.
A third of New Zealand schools have been moved to a lower decile rating, meaning they'll receive increased funding from next year.
Gone are the days of lavish parties, super yachts and helicopter rides: Kim Dotcom is officially broke.
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