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Kim Dotcom has had disputes a number of his former staff. He's settled with some of them, but not yet with three of his Filipino staff. The workers spoke with 3rd Degree.
3rd Degree visited the mansion to confront Dotcom about the allegations made by his employees.
David Cunliffe and John Key say there have been too many distractions in this year's election taking away from talking about the major issues in New Zealanders.
John Campbell asked journalist Glenn Greenwald and Prime Minister John Key whether spies are tapping into our data link with the rest of the world, the Southern Cross cable.
John Key is comfortable the US is not watching New Zealanders, but he can't rule it out, and refuses to seek any assurances.
The music supplier who provided the National Party with a track for their campaign advertising has asked its clients to delete it.
New Zealand is tightening its borders by increasing scrutiny of yachts arriving in Northland.
For the Clutha-Southland electorate candidates, the biggest challenge is getting out and meeting potential voters.
Otago University politics lecturer Bryce Edwards says although it appears John Key is lying about the GCSB's activities, it's hard to tell if there will be an impact at the polls.
Steven Joyce says documents declassified by the Government prove accusations that New Zealanders are being subjected to mass surveillance are "absolutely false".
Public transport has slipped under the radar this election campaign, despite parties campaigning hard on the issue.
Metiria Turei says there's no reason New Zealand can't have more than one Deputy Prime Minister, just like how companies have more than one vice-president.
Conservative Party leader Colin Craig says his party's rise in the polls is down to the public's lack of trust in the current Government.
Paula Bennett has announced a plan to get more people off the dole and into work by way of offering incentives for people who stay in work for a set period of time.
Winston Peters says although he knows where American spies have set up bases in New Zealand, he's not going to tell anyone where they are.
Wayne Tempero joined Paul this evening to discuss why Dotcom would expose himself to the risk of having people see an email that might be fake.
The GCSB bill is now 13 months old, and NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden says if you live in New Zealand, you are being watched.
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