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Thousands of South Africans joined world leaders at a packed a stadium in Soweto on Tuesday to honour the life of Nelson Mandela.
Updated 30 minutes ago
Labour Party leader David Cunliffe has offered to give his place at the Nelson Mandela memorial service to the Maori Affairs Minister, saying it is important that a New Zealand Maori is represented.
Updated 3 minutes ago
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand has been congratulated for dropping new lending restrictions on loans to build new houses.
Updated about 1 hour ago
United Future leader Peter Dunne says he will be seeking an assurance from the Finance Minister that the Government is not trying to weaken the Commerce Commission.
A criminal investigation is underway into an Auckland teacher after complaints involving primary school children. The teacher has been stood down in the meantime.
Updated 32 minutes ago
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