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The Government may impose tougher ethical obligations on financial advisers to help confused consumers, but doesn't favour dropping commissions paid by providers such as fund managers or insurers to sell their products.
State Services Minister Paula Bennett says there were 35,632 government bureaucrats at the end of June, 474 fewer than in December.
A progress update on the Auckland housing accord says it has so far delivered 23,806 homes consented and new sections created - 1806 ahead of target.
Fisheries officers have raided properties in Tauranga and Motiti Island, busting a blackmarket shellfish operation.
MPs who walked out of Parliament in protest against John Key's "you back the rapists" comment have been handed a petition calling on him to apologise.
The Ministry of Education has decided to close Christchurch's Redcliffs School.
A Government-commissioned report aimed at attracting more investment into NZ's food and beverage sector says about a 1/4 of the sector is already foreign-owned.
Thousands of Indian students are coming to New Zealand to find work, Winston Peters says.
Labour's Grant Robertson says the Treasury has breached its staff cap and pays nearly 50 people more than $180,000 a year.
John Key says there are a number of Kiwis linked to Islamic State, even trying to raise money for them, and is scared there might be more hiding under the radar.
Voting in the New Zealand flag referendum is well underway, but the latest 3 News-Reid Research poll suggests Prime Minister John Key's goal of changing it will fail.
Corrections Minister Sam Lotu-Iiga is urging employers to help reduce reoffending by giving offenders jobs.
New Zealand's largest housing development has clocked up 500 completed new homes and another 389 are under construction.
KiwiSaver HomeStart loans are "surging ahead" as young families realise significant grants are available, the Government says.
Andrew Little's trip to Canberra to advocate for Kiwis getting Australian citizenship could damage warming sentiment to the idea among the country's leaders, John Key warns.
Prime Minister John Key has just returned from the Apec and East Asia summits and he'll soon be off to Malta for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting.
A 3D investigation has discovered the organised, premeditated exploitation of foreign workers is rife, where takeaway workers can be earning less than $4 an hour.
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