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John Key vows to push ahead with National’s privatisation plans and says “all hell will break loose” if Serco doesn’t meet the terms of its prison contract.
Labour MP Kelvin Davis reveals new allegations about rape and extortion from inside Mt Eden prison and says they have been referred to police.
Lisa Owen reveals allegations that a Mt Eden prisoner was wrongly released before the end of his sentence.
Trade ministers from the Asia-Pacific are gathering in Hawaii for what's being billed as the end game of the negotiations for the controversial trans-Pacific trade deal.
Lisa Owen wraps up the political week with Patrick Gower, Helen Kelly & David Farrar.
Patrick Gower wraps up the week with Tova O’Brien, Annabelle Lee & Ben Thomas.
Jeremy Corbett & Paul Ego poke fun at the only political story in town this week.
NZ First leader Winston Peters says negotiations about Maori water rights shouldn’t be going on behind closed doors.
Jeremy Corbett & Paul Ego limber up for the politics of the Rugby World Cup.
Jeremy Corbett and Paul Ego sift through the entrails of an important international summit in politics in sixty seconds.
Jeremy Corbett and Paul Ego take a circumspect approach to politics this week.
In February last year, Housing Minister Nick Smith launched a trial Warrant of Fitness scheme for state houses.
Jeremy Corbett and Paul Ego poke fun at this week's political shenanigans.
Lisa Owen talks to housing researcher Professor Philippa Howden-Chapman, Jason and Jess Holdaway from Frank Stationery.
Patrick Gower asks Housing Minister Nick Smith if the Government is making any dent in Auckland’s housing shortage.
Freshwater Iwi Leaders Group co-chair Mark Solomon talks about the bigger role that Maori want to play in managing our lakes and rivers.
Lisa Owen wraps up the political week with Sudhvir Singh, Jessica Williams & Matthew Hooton
Are New Zealanders really engaged in the process of choosing a possible replacement flag?
As winter bites, the high price of keeping warm is once again a hot topic.
Epsom MP David Seymour responds to the new leaked figures indicating the extent of Chinese buying in the Auckland property market.
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