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The ACT party has released details of its plan to extend its three strikes and you're out policy to include burglary. Leader Jamie Whyte says there needs to be a greater deterrent.
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South Korea's President Park Geun-hye says the behaviour of the captain and some of the crew on the ferry that sank last week was "tantamount to murder".
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Two men are in custody following a shooting at Makara Beach in Wellington, while a third is in hospital in a serious but stable condition.
The Financial Services Council said New Zealand has the most hostile environment worldwide for retirement savings and tax rates on KiwiSaver funds should be cut.
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