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Tony Marryatt was New Zealand's highest paid local government executive, on a salary of more than $500,000.
A Wellington sportswoman says she wasn't picked for the national roller derby team because she's deaf.
Trade Minister Tim Groser will leave for Sydney today for the next round of Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement talks.
The Prime Minister says there is no clear answer to the question of whether our police officers should be armed.
Labour senior whip Chris Hipkins says whoever wins the party leadership will have to reverse a 10-year decline in the opinion polls.
Armed guards in Parliament are the only way to counter the sort of attack that happened in Ottawa, Police Association president Greg O'Connor says.
Tony Marryatt received an $800,000 payout after resigning as chief executive of the Christchurch City Council last year.
Security around Parliament building in Wellington has been tightened since the firefight in Canada's parliament, but questions are being raised about whether enough is being done.
Christchurch City Council says it thinks an upgrade of waterways and gravity-piped diversion is the best way to protect houses from regular flooding caused by the 2011 earthquakes.
An Eketahuna grandmother is taking on the authorities over her right to make and sell old fashioned farmyard cheese.
As Northland faces its latest high-profile sex case, 3 News can reveal the alleged offender had been working for Hone Harawira and paid by the taxpayer.
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters has grilled Prime Minister John Key over his "BFF" status with Whale Oil blogger Cameron Slater.
Outgoing Te Tai Tokerau MP Hone Harawira racked up the most MP expenses during the last three months.
Auckland Council says the ball is now in Penny Bright's court, after it put forward a postponement payment option for more than $33,000 in unpaid rates.
Dirty Politics author Nicky Hager is taking the police to court following the raid on his Wellington home earlier this month.
Access to parliament building in Wellington has been restricted following the shootings in Ottawa.
3 News political editor Patrick Gower says Labour's leadership battle is a two-horse race between Grant Robertson and Andrew Little.
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