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New Zealand First leader Winston Peters has grilled Prime Minister John Key over his "BFF" status with Whale Oil blogger Cameron Slater.
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.
Kiwi diplomats are caught in the middle of the lockdown of central Ottawa, where a gunman killed a soldier before storming Canada's parliament buildings, but all are safe.
Failing to prosecute Shell Todd for drilling illegal wells would send a message that the Government doesn't take environmental protection seriously, says Russel Norman.
NZ First is accusing the Government of using uncontrolled migration to drive down wages.
Outgoing Te Tai Tokerau MP Hone Harawira racked up the most MP expenses during the last three months.
The Government has not yet introduced substantial policy aimed at ending child poverty, says the Child Poverty Action Group.
The Bill, introduced in April last year, contains a raft of changes to employment law which the Government says are needed to create jobs and increase productivity.
Patrick Gower went along to the first Labour leader showdown where hordes of dedicated followers packed the Wellington Girls' College hall.
Labour's leadership contenders are about to start challenging for votes from party members.
Auckland's infamous giant Santa will not be erected in the city this Christmas after a review of Heart of the City's budget.
It's been revealed the country's biggest oil and gas company has breached new environmental laws by drilling two wells off the Taranaki coast.
More than 20 agencies will meet tomorrow to talk about their readiness for Ebola, if and when it should reach New Zealand shores.
New Zealand's population has grown at its fastest rate in more than a decade, largely driven by a boast in migrants.
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