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Ngapuhi leader Sonny Tau has been charged with killing and smuggling native kereru.
Two new Special Housing Areas, in Glenbrook and Drury, will provide up to 1800 new homes in Auckland.
Helen Clark says the $11.4 million the Ministry of Foreign Affairs spent on a New York apartment is "definitely money well-spent".
Helen Clark has hinted at reforming the UN should she take on the top job from 2017, but she's remaining cagey on whether she'll put her hat in the ring.
Former Carterton Mayor turned New Zealand First MP Ron Mark has taken over as the party's deputy leader.
Opposition parties are piling pressure onto Housing Minister Nick Smith after the average Auckland house value rose by $74,000 in just three months.
The Press Council has upheld a complaint about an article written about the woman at the centre of the ponytail controversy involving Prime Minister John Key.
The Green Party's blaming the quick expansion of dairying and the Government's support of it for falling dairy prices.
The Greens want a parliamentary inquiry into the equality of access to justice, but the Government isn't interested.
Labour's not happy with the Government's decision to disestablish the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority, saying it just looks like a rebrand.
There's been a rowdy clash in Parliament over the falling price of dairy products, with opposition MPs blaming the Government.
A Bill that aims to reduce unnecessary trauma and better protect sexual violence victims during the court process has passed its first reading.
Moves are afoot to allow the use of medicinal cannabis following the death of Nelson teenager Alex Renton who was undergoing experimental treatment using the product.
Boozing up in local and regional parks could be back in full force if residents don't provide enough evidence to keep alcohol bans.
A new inner-city development in Christchurch will see 940 townhouses put on the market over the next decade at prices between $400,000 and $900,000.
The Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA) will wind down next year and be replaced by a number of Government departments.
New Zealand is about to outline what it wants to do during its month-long stint at the helm of the United Nations Security Council.
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