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NZ First is basing its policies on what Winston Peters calls the "New Kiwi Deal" - he likens it to measures used to recover from the Great Depression.
NZ First leader Winston Peters has told his party's annual conference the Government is sabotaging rural New Zealand.
Trade Minister Tim Groser has tackled his critics with a promise New Zealanders won't pay more for medicine if the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) goes ahead.
Trent Brown-Marsh says he was proud when his 16-year-old friend was picked to ask John Key a question, but says he was shocked by the Prime Minister's response.
Winston Peters says Sam Lotu-Iiga is qualified to run our prisons because he's a Polynesian and therefore can relate to most prisoners.
Former Conservative Party leader Colin Craig is talking up his chances of becoming Mayor of Auckland.
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters says he will be more powerful than ever by the next election and will decide the next government.
Members of the Indian community have gathered in Auckland this afternoon to send a strong message to the Immigration Minister about cracking down on so-called "witch doctors".
There has been no agreement reached in Hawaii on the Trans-Pacific Partnership after debate over dairy markets stalled talks.
John Stringer is at a loss to explain how former Conservative Party leader, Colin Craig, came up with the six-figure sum he's seeking for alleged defamation.
More than a dozen small island nations have made an urgent appeal to the UN Security Council for help in combating climate change, which they say poses a threat to their very existence.
All Blacks fans worried about whether they'll be able to head down to the pub to watch Rugby World Cup matches may have an unlikely ally in ACT leader David Seymour.
Mega founder Kim Dotcom says he no longer trusts the cloud storage service he launched with great fanfare in 2013 because the Government now controls it.
A failure to strike a deal on the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement this weekend could see it delayed by up to two years.
Labour MP Clare Curran has apologised for directly copying paragraphs of The Economist and pasting them into a research paper on Labour's "Future of Work Commission".
Mana Party leader Hone Harawira has written an open letter the President of the United States asking him drop a major global trade deal.
Police are struggling to cope with the overwhelming number of Official Information Act (OIA) requests which flood their offices every day.
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