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Murray McCully says NZ will have to annoy its friends sometimes now it has a non-permanent seat on the UN Security Council.
Julia Gillard believes leaders of political parties should leave once they are rolled to avoid being a distraction.
RSA President BJ Clark and tech innovator Ian Taylor debate the merits of the proposed two-step referendum on changing the flag.
Lisa Owen wraps up the week in politics with Jon Stephenson, Mai Chen & Trish Sherson.
The panel talks about the proposal to change the NZ flag, and what the alternatives could be.
John Key talks about why he may send troops to fight IS in his first TV interview since being sworn in for a third term.
David Shearer says he's still weighing up throwing his hat in the ring for the Labour leadership but his family opposes a bid.
Labour's would-be leader, MP Andrew Little, tells Lisa Owen that coalition confusion cost the party at the election.
A new star rating system for food is about to hit the supermarket shelves.
Patrick Gower talks to Greens co-leader Russel Norman about the GCSB and his relationship with National.
Torben Akel finds out what the locals in three bellwether booths think about the election campaign.
Former UN staffer and author Jeffrey Laurenti rates NZ's chances of gaining a seat on the UN Security Council.
Lisa Owen wraps up the week in politics with Dr Sue Bradford, Simon Wilson & Matthew Hooton
The Government believes getting people off welfare into work is central to tackling poverty but many workers live below the poverty line.
Te Ururoa Flavell talks up a role for the Maori Party in creating more jobs as it prepares to ink a deal with National.
Andrew Little says he will think about joining the Labour's leadership race if he's confirmed as an MP.
Peter Dunne tells Lisa Owen National wasn’t keen to talk about his Flexi-Super or income splitting proposals.
Epsom MP David Seymour reveals the ACT Party only got about half its wish-list in its agreement with National this week.
Lisa Owen wraps up the week with Willie Jackson, Jessica Williams and Fran O'Sullivan.
David Cunliffe's main rival for the job of rebuilding and renovating the country's oldest political party, Grant Robertson, talks to The Nation about the task ahead.
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