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Lloyd is an online reporter based in Wellington, covering stories from Parliament and across the lower North Island and upper South Island. He joined the 3 News team in 2011.
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European aviation giant Airbus will fly its A350 for the first time today at a special ceremony in Toulouse, France.
Blenheim-based engineering company Safe Air is planning to cut 84 jobs because of a downturn in business, it has been announced today.
Labour MPs are being called hypocrites for accepting Sky City's invitations to watch a match from its corporate box.
A bill aiming to drastically reduce the power of unions during strike action has been pulled from the private member's ballot at Parliament today.
David Carter will consider a request by Labour and NZ First to overturn his ruling allowing United Future to get $187,000 of party funding.
Prisoners used broomsticks, mops, and volleyball net poles to break into a secure staff bunker and start the Spring Hill Prison riot.
CYF has taken legal action against a woman who obtained information in a privacy blunder – and is allegedly using it to blackmail the agency.
NZ First leader Winston Peters says he will slowly "pull teeth" out of the Prime Minister until he releases emails between Peter Dunne and journalist Andrea Vance.
The small East Coast town of Wairoa has been shaken by a moderate earthquake this afternoon.
A New Plymouth man has appeared in court on charges relating to an incident at the weekend where police fatally shot his alleged accomplice.
John Key accepted the resignation of Peter Dunne today, after it was revealed he was the prime suspect in the GCSB report leaking saga.
Peter Dunne has resigned as minister after an investigation into how a top-secret report on the GCSB was leaked to media pointed to his office.
The waka caught in the middle of Tuesday's rough weather in Wellington has finally arrived at the capital.
Scientists are baffled at what might have killed four whales which washed up over two days on a certain section of a West Coast beach.
Eight MPs boycotted Parliament's debating chamber after a controversial decision regarding the existence and funding of United Future.
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