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Port plans to extend Auckland wharves into the Waitemata Harbour have fallen foul of Auckland Council, according to a report.
National MP Jami-Lee Ross says the defeated National Party has "received a message" and will work hard to win back the hearts and minds of Northland voters.
3 News political editor Patrick Gower says Winston Peters' victory in Northland was "epic" and a whipping for the Government.
Opposition parties are welcoming the Government's decision to overhaul the way Child, Youth and Family works.
John Banks wants the Court of Appeal to recall its decision ordering a retrial on his charge of falsely declaring donations from Kim Dotcom anonymous.
Almost two-thirds of dairy farms visited by labour inspectors in an operation have been in breach of employment laws.
Labour leader Andrew Little says his party decided to back Winston Peters in the fight for Northland after the first polls came out showing him with a commanding lead.
A raft of changes to entitlements ranging from national super to paid parental leave are in force.
A rare Maui's dolphin has been sighted in an area that's just been opened up for oil and gas exploration.
Winston Peters and John Key squared off in Parliament today as Northland's new MP asked the Prime Minister exactly what National would deliver for the region after losing in its by-election.
New Zealand troops are in Australia preparing for their deployment to Iraq, Defence Minister Gerry Brownlee has confirmed.
Prime Minister John Key says when he claimed Winston Peters had "absolutely zero" chance of winning Northland, it was because he expected Labour to put up a fight.
Labour is offering to look at "sensible changes" to the RMA as the Government takes its proposed amendments back to the drawing board.
The Government and Northland's new MP seem willing to work together to help the region prosper.
Lachlan Forsyth travelled to Northland to hear what voters want to see change and whether they think their newest electorate MP will be able to do anything about it.
Government ally the ACT Party has berated National for the way it tried to bribe Northland voters.
We first met Teina Pora in a car, parked in some side lane off Queen Street, in the rain.
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