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A residential building in New York has exploded and collapsed, killing two women and injuring 18 other people, as a serious fire engulfed the area in thick smoke.
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Prime Minister John Key is disappointed with Justice Minister Judith Collins, who has been embroiled in controversy about an alleged conflict of interest.
Analysts say it's all but certain the Reserve Bank will raise interest rates on Thursday morning. Radio New Zealand's economics correspondent looks at the Official Cash rate, what it does and where it's headed.
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